Steven Knecht won another dismissal of felony drug dealing charges for his client with a successful motion to suppress the evidence obtained from an illegal search and seizure. This is the second dismissal of felony drug dealing charges in less than a month for Knecht.
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Steven Knecht won the dismissal of felony drug dealing charges for his client with a successful motion to suppress the evidence obtained from an illegal search and seizure.
Can you be convicted of possessing marijuana found in your companion’s pants? In Indiana, the answer is that you can if you make incriminating statements to the police.
Steven Knecht won a reversal of possession of marijuana and maintaining a common nuisance convictions on appeal because the evidence obtained as a result of the illegal warrantless entry by the police into his client’s apartment should have been suppressed.
How drug free zones affect sentencing and how an experienced attorney can get them reduced.