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State v. Mr. S (DMC No. 10042)

REDUCED | POSSESSION of DANGEROUS DRUGS (Methamphetamine) REDUCED to POSSESSION of DRUG PARAPHERNALIA/POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA class 6 open/misdemeanor with PROBATION and ZERO DAYS in JAIL – State v. Mr. S. (DMC No. 10042) (Yuma County Superior Court S1400CR2010-00990): Mr. S and his wife were returning from California when they went through a Border Patrol check point in Yuma, Arizona. A Border Patrol K9 gave an “alert” to Mr. S’s car, and the car was subsequently searched. Marijuana and Methamphetamine were found inside of the vehicle and Mr. S was arrested. Because Mr. S was a combat veteran suffering PTSD, we were able to negotiate a deal with the Prosecutor to reduce the charges to a class 6 open/misdemeanor with zero days in jail. At the conclusion of probation, the charge was designated a misdemeanor and Mr. S has no conviction on his record.

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