Q: If there are mistakes in the paperwork & in the discovery packet in my criminal case, could that be cause for dismissal?
There are multiple issues with my paperwork... Starting from the time I was arrested, warrant that was filed (while I was in custody), and officers' statement. Also, there is another defendant's evidence report in my discovery packet, even though I do not have any co-defendants.
A: The court is not going to just dismiss the case. A skilled lawyer could possibly use these errors to your advantage. Your case will not magically disappear.
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Sean McIlhinney agrees with this answer
A: This is an excellent question. Unfortunately, the Court is not likely going to Dismiss the case based on the errors that you have described.
I would advise you to also contact an experienced Georgia criminal defense attorney who can provide a detailed case evaluation and fee quote based on many known facts that make up your case.
I have been practicing law in GA for over 20 years and regularly handle criminal cases all over GA.
Please feel free to call me to discuss your specific situation and I can give you my complete case evaluation and fee quote after discussing the case with you in detail.
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Sean McIlhinney, Esq
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