The simplest answer is, "absolutely not"! It would help to know more about your case. Where is it, what is the charge, and when did the offense allegedly occur? I might be able to offer a little more advice with the additional information, but it's never a good idea to meet with law...View More
All evidence in a criminal trial is either admitted, or excluded, pursuant to The Texas Rules of Evidence, The Texas Penal Code, and The Texas Rules of Criminal Procedure. It's the obligation of the court, as gatekeeper, to determine the admissibility, or inadmissibility, of all evidence which...View More
If someone calls police claiming they found less than a G of meth outside of a hotel room in the hallway is that enough PC for drug task force and police to kick my door in and raid my room? The search warrant said they had reason to believe that I was trafficking meth and cocaine. They only found... View More
IF, and I stress, IF, thats all they have, it's doubtful that it would stand as adequate probable cause. You might want to look a little closer at the pc affidavit and see what other facts law enforcement included to convince a judge to sign the search warrant.
I'm still out on bail on that charge, but I have not yet received a court date.. And then I was in a accident on May9th, 2023 and the result of that I was arrested for a indictment of possession of a dangerous drug is it possible to get this drug case dropped even though I was parked in the... View More
It is certainly possible - how probable it is depends on several factors which were not included in your post. I suggest you contact a criminal defense attorney in your jurisdiction so that all the relevant issues can be discussed. You may, or may not, have to pay a consultation fee. Every criminal...View More
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