POSSESSION, MANUFACTURE/WITH INTENT TO DELIVER: COCAINE 400 + GRAMS/ HABITUAL OFFENDER: SUPPRESSION MOTION GRANTED
STATES OFFER: 25 YEARS
PUNISHMENT RANGE: 25 years to 99 years
My client, a citizen living in the city of Houston, was driving home one evening when he stopped to visit a friend of his, who was staying at a cheap motel.
The night manager saw something he found objectionable. My client and the night manager of the cheap motel argued, then my client drove off from the motel.
The manager called the police, and shortly thereafter, my client was pulled over and arrested for disorderly conduct.
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The arresting officer did not personally witness the disorderly conduct, thus the arrest was illegal, and the evidence along with the case was thrown out via a suppression hearing.
When my client was pulled over it was discovered that he had multiple kilo’s of cocaine in his possession, however, being that the initial arrest was illegally conducted, we attained favorable results in the suppression hearing.
A Texas citizen accused of being a habitual felon will face a sentence of 25 years to life, confined to imprisonment at the Texas Department of Corrections.
CASE RESULT: Dismissed
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