People v. JS
Dismissed. Client had a CDL and worked for the municipality, and had no chance of saving his job without CDL privileges. The Judge didn’t suspended pending prosecution, so motions were filed and the hearing was held in late 2017. The delay was due to several miscommunications between DA’s and our office. Our attorney, Robert Clark, argued the Trooper’s “welfare check” was improper because it was actually a Debour level four arrest based on insufficient facts not surmounting to reasonable suspicion and all evidence should be suppressed accordingly.