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Hey Paul, Long time no talk to. Update finally after reporting 2 public defenders the third got us to view the evidence. They don't have anything they said they did. The pill boxes they said she bought from Mosers doesn't even sell that brand of pills. They didn't have any receipts they said they did. It was all lies. Now they have offered to drop it to a misdemeanor with everything suspended and no probation. Refused it Motion to suppress is on 09-02-2013. Looking good though. Thanks to all your help and putting up with me. You the man, couldn't have got this far without ya. Will let you know the outcome. Thanks
The part that scares me is, if this is dismissed by the court, like it should be. They arrested her twice, a total of 52 days. Wrongfully. It won't look good for the first two attorneys they gave her. I will seek charges on the officer for total disregaurd for the truth, a number of times. State has to pay all fees. Just bad all around for them. Just how far will they go to prevent this? How high up does this crap go?
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