Possession of a Controlled Substance
Chicago Police claimed that Mr. E did not stop at a stop sign. After they learned that he did not have a driver’s license they arrested him him and found he had 16 ecstasy pills on him. At a motion to suppress evidence, I used Google Maps to prove that a stop sign did not exist at the intersection the police claimed the traffic offense tool place. The search of Mr. E was illegal and the case was dismissed.
Tags: 4th Amendment, drug case, Drugs, Motion to Suppress Evidence, no probable cause, Police Misconduct, search and seizure, Skokie Courthouse, unconstitutional