Armed Habitual Criminal
Unlawful Use or Possession of a Weapon by a Felon
Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon
26th and California Room 307
Chicago Police Officers Johnson, Chinchilla, and their team got a search warrant for 9147 S. Wentworth. When the officers arrived at the location they found out that the building contained 2 apartments which made their warrant unconstitutional because it did not state which apartment to search. The officers searched both and found guns and charged my client with Armed Habitual Criminal and UUW. At a motion to suppress I proved to the judge that the search was bad and was not allowed by any good faith exception. The judge finally agreed and granted my motion.
Motion Granted, Case Dismissed
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