REDUCED | Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale / Possession of Dangerous DrugsState vs. Mr. S. (DMC No. 9611) (Maricopa County Superior Court No. CR2010-127523): Mr. S. was attending ASU and living in the Vista Apartments which is an apartment complex managed by the University. Anonymous calls were made by a gentleman angry at Mr. S. claiming that he was selling drugs out of his apartment unit. Police intercepted Mr. S. as he was pulling out of a parking garage and physically restrained him and searched his car and apartment. Originally detectives routed the case to the County Attorney’s office for charging on possession of dangerous drugs for sale. We were able to convince the prosecutor to simply charge it as a possession of narcotics drugs (2 counts) and then we were later able to convince them to plea the entire thing to the lowest level felony of possession of drug paraphernalia with probation and no jail. Originally Mr. S. was potentially facing years in prison, but he ended up doing no days in jail.