Possession of a Controlled Substance
26th and California Room 207
Chicago Police executed a search warrant at an apartment located at 6837 S. Perry. Officer Higgins decided to search a different apartment at that location were he found drugs. At a motion to suppress evidence, we proved to the judge that the search was illegal and not allowed as a protective sweep. The state was not allowed to use the drugs found and the case was DISMISSED
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