Possession of Cannabis with Intent to Deliver
26th & California, Chicago
Chicago Police Officers were in the area of 95th and Princeton and claimed that they saw a person come up to Mr. G., who was a passenger in a car. Officer Jose Lopez testified that he saw an unknown person give an unknown amount money to Mr. G for an unknown object. Mr. G then drove away. Officer Lopez and Morsi then pulled Mr. G over, searched him and found cannabis. At a motion to suppress, Attorney Levinsohn proved that the officers had no probable cause to stop Mr. G or search him. Case Dismissed.
Tags: 4th Amendment, cannabis, Cook County Criminal Courthouse, Drugs, Motion to Suppress Evidence, no probable cause, search and seizure