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State v. MK

MK was charged with Maintaining a Drug Trafficking Place, facing the potential of 3 1/2 years in prison. After MK was arrested for a probation violation, an officer asked another party to go back inside the client's residence to "get rid of any paraphernalia." At the suppression hearing, Attorney Kaehne was able to get the officer to admit that what he asked the person to do was in direct violation of their bail bond, and illegal. The Judge granted Attorney Kaehne's motion asserting the other party was searching my client's apartment at the expressed prompting of the officer, thereby making the search an unlawful government intrusion. After two motion hearings, and briefing, the case was dismissed entirely.

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