Defending client against felony arrest, felony drug possession.
My client had been charged with felony drug possession, felony obstruction of an officer, and misdemeanor marijuana possession.
At that time, I waved arraignment and had the matter reset for a later date.
I had the opportunity to negotiate with the prosecutor, and the court agreed to probation.
This relieves the burden from my client about having to go to prison for these charges.
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