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The Facts

Case #: 2016-CF-XX04XXAXX


The Results

A FHP Tropper was following our client's car as he was driving but not maintining his lane of travel. Upon stopping the vehicle and approaching the driver's side, the Trooper noticed that our client had passed out and was non responsive. Fire Rescue arrived and transported our client to the hospital. Inside the car was a prescription bottle with several open capules containing a brown substance. The substance was determined to be Heroin, based on the chemical test performed by the Trooper. At the hospital, after Miranda Warnings, the Defendant admittted that the substance was Heroin. After being retained, our office contacted the State Attorney's office, pointing out some deficiencies with their case. After their review, the State decided to drop the Possession of Heroin charge.