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State v. Mr. P. (DMC No. 5002)

REDUCED | POSSESSION of DRUGS FOR SALE (1 pound marijuana; 17 grams of methamphetamine)/MONEY LAUNDERING/MISCONDUCT with WEAPONS and POSSESSION of DRUG PARAPHERNALIA REDUCED to SOLICITATION with PROBATION and ZERO DAYS in JAIL – State v. Mr. P. (DMC No. 5002) (Pinal County Superior City Court CR2004-01175): Detectives had been working with an undercover confidential informant who stated that Mr. P. had been selling drugs out of his house.  Police executed a search warrant, and then found 1 pound of marijuana, 17 grams of meth and a 9 mm handgun at Mr. P.’s location.  Mr. P. was questioned and made admissions, and then he was read his Miranda rights and made the same admissions again on tape.  Due to the improper questioning of Mr. P. pre Miranda, we were able to negotiate a plea agreement to a mere “solicitation to possess drugs”, which included probation with zero days in jail.  Originally Mr. P. was facing mandatory prison time for being above the threshold and having a gun on his possession while committing a drug crime.

 

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