On December 9, 2014, I helped two clients in two different cities get dismissals of their charges in Norfolk General District Court and Chesapeake General District Court.  See below.

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  • December 9th, 2014 – Norfolk GDC, Charge: Possession of Marijuana. Outcome: Dismissed. (A dismissal means no conviction and no court costs or fines.) Reason: Officer did not give proper notice to client that he could have material tested.

Norfolk GDC - 2014.12.09

  • December 9th, 2014 – Chesapeake GDC, Charge: Petit Larceny. Outcome: Dismissed. (A dismissal means no conviction and no court costs or fines.) Reason: Loss prevention officers did not show up.

Chesapeake GDC - 2014.12.09

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