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Drug Case Wins

Illinois Law prohibits people from selling or possessing cocaine, heroin or any number of drugs listed in the Statute. As you can see below, we win most of these cases by showing that the police search was unconstitutional.

DISMISSED

26th & California

Chicago Police received a call of a man with a gun. When the police approached our client he walked away, and they detained him, and eventually charged him with possession of cannabis. The Court granted our Motion to Suppress, and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. B.
Possession of Cannabis

DISMISSED

26th & California

Chicago Police stopped our Client for a traffic violation. Despite having a valid license and insurance, police searched the vehicle and discovered narcotics. The Court granted our Motion to Suppress, and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. V.
PCS with Intent (Ecstasy)

DISMISSED

26th & California

Chicago Police observed our client double parked and approached him, arrested him, and searched his car where drugs were found. The Court granted our Motion to Suppress, and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. W.
PCS

DISMISSED

26th & California

Chicago Police pulled our client and another individual over for failure to use a turn signal. A search of the vehicle resulted in police finding two kilos of cocaine. We filed a Motion to Suppress and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. J.
PCS with Intent to Deliver

DISMISSED

26th & California

Chicago Police stated they saw our client selling drugs on a street corner.  As the police approached, they state they saw our client run to a backyard to retrieve drugs.  After a bench trial the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. B.
PCS with Intent to Deliver

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police executed a search warrant at our client’s house and found a large amount of cannabis, scales, packaging materials and a gun. After a bench trial the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. R.
Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Deliver

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police reported that they saw our client place a large package in the trunk of a car which was later found to have three ounces of heroin.  After a bench trial the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. T.
PCS with Intent to Deliver

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police video and audio recorded a delivery of heroin to an undercover police officer, and stated that our client took part in the sale of drugs.  After a bench trial the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. E.
Delivery of a Controlled Substance

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police reported they saw our client selling marijuana at an elementary school to another individual.  After a bench trial the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. J.
Delivery of a Cannabis on School Grounds

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police stated that our client sold heroin to an undercover police officer by directing that officer to a seller of the drugs. After a bench trial the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. H.
Delivery of a Controlled Substance

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police were watching a corner with high drug sales activity.  The police reported they saw our client sell drugs to another individual at that corner.  After a bench trial the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. W.
PCS with Intent to Deliver

NOT GUILTY

Skokie Court

Chicago Police executed a search warrant at our client’s home address and found approximately 1.5 pounds of marijuana, scales, packaging material and a large amount of cash. After a bench trial the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. J.
Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Deliver

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police observed our client handing a small package to a woman from his driver’s side window.  Police reported that the package was six grams of cocaine.  The woman was arrested a short time later with the cocaine.  After a bench trial the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. W.
PCS

DISMISSED

Maywood

Maywood Police stated they saw our Client selling drugs out the side of his car. The police approached and found him in possession of narcotics. We filed a Motion to Suppress and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. D.
PCS

DISMISSED

26th & California

Chicago Police pulled our client over for a minor traffic violation. The police reported that our client acted nervous and suspicious, and because of that, pulled him out of the car and searched him finding cocaine. We filed a Motion to Suppress and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. W.
PCS with Intent (Class X)

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police observed our client trying to hide something near the side of a house. The police approached him and stated they found him trying to hide five grams of heroin in the aluminum siding. After a bench trial, the Court found him NOT GUILTY.

People v. W.
PCS

DISMISSED

Maywood

Maywood Police attempted to pull our client over for an investigation into an armed robbery. Our client fled the police and was caught later that evening with half of a pound of Marijuana. After a bench trial, the Court found our client NOT GUILTY of possessing the Cannabis.

People v. S.
Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Deliever

NOT GUILTY

McHenry County

McHenry County Sheriff’s Police raided our client’s house and found an ounce of Cocaine in a wall safe. After a bench trial, the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. M.
Possession of Controlled Substance with Intent to Deliever

NOT GUILTY

Skokie Court

Chicago Police accused our client of selling rocks on a street corner. After a bench trial, the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. J.
PCS with Intent to Deliver

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police executed a search warrant at our client’s house and found three pounds of marijuana. After a bench trial, the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. T.
Possession of cannabis with Intent to Deliver

DISMISSED

Skokie

Des Plaines Police and a confidential informant set up our client for a drug deal. When our client arrived on the scene, Des Plaines Police immediately arrested him and searched his car. We filed a Motion to Suppress and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. B.
Possession of Meth with Intent to Deliver

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Police executed a search warrant at a house and found more than half of a kilo of heroin with which they charged our client. After a bench trial, the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. H.
Possession of Heroin

DISMISSED

Skokie

Des Plaines police set up an undercover buy of one pound of marijuana from our client. Police arrested our client with the marijuana when he arrived at the buy location. We filed a Motion to Suppress, and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. A.
Delivery of Cannabis

DISMISSED

Maywood

Maywood Police and the U.S. Marshalls Service went to our clients’ house searching for a wanted murderer where they found more than 100 grams of heroin. We filed a Motion to Suppress, and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. S.
Possession With Intent to Deliver

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago police reported that our client and a group of his friends sold cocaine to an undercover police officer. After a bench trial, our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. T.
Delivery of Controlled Substance to Police Officer

DISMISSED

26th & California

Chicago Police and the U.S. Marshalls Service came to our client’s apartment looking for a fugitive. During the search two ounces of cocaine were found by authorities. We filed a Motion to Suppress, and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. B.
Possession w/Intent to Deliver

DISMISSED

26th & California

Chicago Police pulled our client over for a minor traffic violation at which time they stated that they saw cocaine in plain view. We filed a Motion to Suppress, and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. W.
Possession w/Intent to Deliver

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police executed a search warrant at a house where they found cocaine and charged our client. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. R.
Possession of Controlled Substance

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Chicago Police accused our client of selling drugs on a street corner. Police stated they saw our client passing drugs to an individual through a fence. After a bench trial our client was found NOT GUILTY.

People v. R.
Delivery of Controled Substance

DISMISSED

26th & California

Chicago Police stated they saw our client conducting hand to hand drug transactions with people on the street corner. Upon seeing this, the police searched our client and her car finding drugs. We filed a Motion to Supress, and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. S.
Possession w/Intent to Deliver

DISMISSED

26th & California

Chicago Police arrested our client as he was walking into a building because he was in a high crime area. We filed a Motion to Supress and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. N.
Possession of Cocaine

DISMISSED

Bridgeview

State Police pulled over our client for a “safety check”, searched his truck, and found marijuana.  We filed a Motion to Suppress and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. F.
Possession of Marijuana

DISMISSED

Skokie

Chicago Police entered a house on a search warrant and charged our client with the narcotics they found. We filed a Motion to Suppress the search warrant and the case was DISMISSED.

People v. D.
Possession of Cocaine

NOT GUILTY

26th & California

Police accused our client of dropping cocaine to the ground in their presence. After a bench trial the Court found our client NOT GUILTY.

People v. G.
Possession of Cocaine

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