State v. J.J. (FELONY POSSESSION CHARGE DISMISSED)
Client was charged with Felony Possession of a Controlled Substance (Methamphetamine) in Superior Court. The illegal drugs had been discovered on client's person pursuant to law enforcement's use of a warrant. Client had previously been convicted of 5 Felonies (each occurring on different dates). After extensive investigation and negotiation, the prosecutor conceded that the warrant wasn't properly executed, and agreed that a judge would likely suppress all subsequently obtained evidence. Thus, the State dismissed what would have been client's 6th Felony conviction.