Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon
Chicago Police Officers claimed that they saw Mr. F engage in a hand to hand drug transaction in the parking lot of a gas station located near 79th and State Street. They stopped Mr. F’s car and searched his vehicle after he could not give the officers a driver’s license. At the motion to suppress, Attorney Levinsohn cross-examined the police officer and proved that the officer did not have probable cause to stop Mr. F’s car. The officer did not see any small objects in Mr. F’s hands. He did not hear Mr. F calling out that he had drugs. No drugs were found in Mr. F’s car. We proved that Mr. F spoke to his friend and then left the gas station. There was no probable cause – case dismissed.
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