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POSSESSION OF HYDROCODONE, POSSESSION OF OXYCODONE, POSSESSION OF ALPRAZOLAM, POSSESSION OF A DRUG WITHOUT A PRESCRIPTION

Lake County – Client and his 2 passengers were pulled over for a minor traffic violation, while he was driving a borrowed car. The 2 passengers were searched and found to have several drug related convictions in the past. One of the passengers even had a needle on her person. Law enforcement searched our client and found nothing. After searching the car, however, they found a pill bottle containing various pills, that was concealed under some papers in the center consol. Inexplicably, law enforcement decided to charge the driver with possession of the pill bottle… despite having utterly no evidence that the driver even knew that this bottle was inside the car. Board Certified Criminal Trial Expert, Benjamin Jones used the principles explained in his article (that was recently published in the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyer’s magazine, and can be found here) to convince the prosecution to drop the charges.