Category Archive: Possession of Paraphernalia

Mar 16

Assault and Possession of Marijuana and Paraphernalia Case

September 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was charged with assault for causing facial fractures to another patron during a bar fight. Client was also charged with possession of marijuana and paraphernalia Result: Client pled to the assault and the remaining charges were dropped. State was asking for 90 days in jail. Client was prepped with …

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Mar 06

Multiple Counts of Possession of Marijuana and Paraphernalia Case

October 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was cited on several occasions for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia in client’s vehicle. Client’s greatest concern was the mandatory minimum 6-month license suspension on each of the charges. Client was also charged with No License Plate Light. Result: During this time, the legislature was thought to do away …

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Jan 11

Possession of Marijuana and Paraphernalia Case

October 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was a passenger of a vehicle that was stopped for expired tags. The officer smelled burnt marijuana and client was acting very nervous. Ultimately, client was cited for possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. Client’s greatest concern was the mandatory minimum 6 month license suspension on each of the charges. …

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Jan 04

OVI, Speed, DUS, Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of Marijuana Case

October 2016 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped for doing 81mph in a 55mph zone. The officer smelled the odor of burnt marijuana. The officer found marijuana in the car along with a prescription (indicating not to take and drive). The client admitted to taking the medication recently. During the eye test, the officer indicated …

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Apr 13

Pills, Marijuana and Paraphernalia Case

September 2013 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped for having not having 2 working headlights. Client had passengers. Officers ordered all the people out of the car. Client found that the 2 passengers who were under age were under the influence. Officer searched the vehicle and found pills and marijuana and paraphernalia in the vehicle. …

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Aug 04

Paraphernalia and No Front License Plate Case

August 2013 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped for not displaying front license plate.  During the course of the encounter with the client and the passenger, the officer decided that he wanted the drug dog brought to I-75 to search the vehicle because the client looked nervous.  The officer dragged out the encounter with small …

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May 26

Possession of Paraphernalia and Obstructing Official Business Case

August 2013 Violation and Citation: Vehicle that client was riding was stopped for driving without headlights. Passengers were ordered to exit the vehicle. While the passengers were out, the vehicle was searched. After the vehicle was searched, all of the passengers were searched. Marijuana and a pipe were found on client during the search. Client …

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Apr 07

Possession and DUS – Driver-Passenger Double Case

August 2013 Violation and Citation: Client’s license plate was randomly checked by the Highway Patrol. The registered owner came back as suspended. The officer investigated and found client to be driving without a license as a result of a Physical Control conviction. Client’s passenger (who also became a client) had Marijuana and a Marijuana Pipe …

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Mar 10

Two OVIs in One Night Case

June 2013 Violation and Citation: Officers found client backed into a pole in a parking lot. Client smelled of alcohol and was administered and failed the sobriety tests. Client tested .158 on the breath test. Client cited for OVI, Improper Backing and Possession of Marijuana and Paraphernalia. 4 hours later, police responded to the scene …

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Oct 07

Pills and Paraphernalia Case

March 2013 Violation and Citation: Client was stopped when the license plate came back registered to a different vehicle. Client opened the glove box and the officer saw a baggie of pills. Further search of the vehicle found pliers with marijuana residue on the end. Client admitted that the pliers were used to smoke marijuana. …

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