According to police, the Defendant and a female were parked in a vehicle. They were acting suspicious, so the officer made contact with the individuals. Upon making contact with the female, he saw in plain view a baggie containing pills. Upon further search of the car, more pills were found. The Defendant eventually admitted that some of the pills were his and that he was meeting someone in the parking lot to sell them to. He was arrested and charged with a second degree felony, punishable by up to 15 years in prison. The attorney for the firm investigated the case and filed a Motion to Suppress the evidence that was obtained. On the day that the motion was set to be heard, the State agreed to reduce the charge to a 3rd degree felony and to allow the Defendant to enter into a program for first time offenders who have minor charges. Upon completion of the program, the attorney for the firm was able to get the prosecutor to drop the case completely.