State of Florida vs. E.C.
Case No. 23-CF-010XX
Our client, a 23 year combat veteran and Army Green Beret with the highest level of security clearance was charged with Domestic Battery by Strangulation. We were able to show that this isolated incident was triggered by his PTSD after interviews with witnesses and the production of records. The State declined to file any formal charges.
State of Florida v R.M.
Case No. 22-CF-120XX
Our client was arrested for Possession of Cannabis and Possession of Cocaine. He was facing a mandatory prison sentence as he was on drug probation in the State of Virginia. He was a passenger on a boat where Cannabis and Cocaine were found in a backpack along with his driver’s license. We provided the prosecutor cases and a memorandum of law arguing that our client was unaware of the contents of the backpack, that the backpack was within reach of other passengers and that the Coast Guard had no probable cause to search the boat. No charged were formally filed.
State v C.B.
Case No. 22-CF-133XX
Our client was arrested for Possession of Drug without Prescription, Delivery of Cannabis and Possession of Cannabis. She was alleged to have delivered a controlled substance to an individual at a convenience store. She was stopped by police and searched. Additionally, drugs were found in her pockets. We successfully argued to the prosecutor that case law states that the drug delivery at the store could not have been cooberated by any testimony and therefore there was no probable cause to arrest and search her. No formal charges were filed.
State v L.M.
Case No. 22-CT-036XX
Our client was charged with DUI with Property Damage after crashing her car into an apartment complex concrete wall. We suggested in argument that our client crashed while taking evasive action due to a car crossing over into her lane. We further argued that her field sobriety test showed little to no signs of impairment. The State reduced the DUI to Reckless Driving.