State v. T. T.

Motion to Suppress: MOTION GRANTED

1st degree drugs and unlawful possession of a weapon dealing with an individual’s 4th Amendment right to be free from illegal search and seizure

T.T. was a man with no prior record was facing up to 20 years in prison on a 15 count indictment will now have the opportunity to pursue his dreams as a firefighter. Through affective cross-examination the court granted the motion to suppress and found that the police officer could not have seen what he allegedly said he had seen from his vantage point. Additionally, the police officer blatantly violated T.T.’s 4th Amendment rights by entering into his home and illegally obtained alleged evidence.

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