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Melissa's client was arrested and charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance after law enforcement searched his vehicle as it was leaving a state park. First, Melissa filed a motion to exclude evidence of the odor of marijuana being present during the traffic stop. The judge agreed that any testimony regarding the odor of marijuana coming from her client was highly prejudicial and irrelevant and must be excluded. After losing the motion, the prosecution tempted the client with an offer to resolve the case with a fine only. The client maintained his innocence and Melissa kept fighting. After Melissa filed additional motions, the prosecution was left with no choice but to dismiss the case outright.

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