Possession of a Controlled Substance
26th & California, Chicago
Chicago Police claimed that Mr. S and another person were selling drugs in the area of 11 S. Whipple. Without seeing any drugs, the police pulled over the car Mr. S was driving and searched him. They found 18 bags of heroin. At a motion to suppress evidence, Attorney Levinsohn proved that it was a violation of Mr. S’s 4th Amendment rights to pull him over. The judge agreed and the heroin could not be used at trial. With out any evidence the case was dismissed.
Tags: 4th Amendment, Cook County Criminal Courthouse, drug case, Drugs, Motion to Suppress Evidence, no probable cause