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J.R was charged with multiple felonies and misdemeanors related to the possession of narcotic drugs and paraphernalia. Upon initial review of the police reports, Attorney Kaehne immediately determined R.J.'s constitutional rights were violated.

Spending the night at a friend's house is usually nothing to worry about. If the cops show up and raid the place, it might be a different story. J.R. was sleeping over when the police arrived and obtained "consent" to search the premises from a tenant, including a bag that was clearly marked as belonging to J.R.

Attorney Kaehne filed a motion and brief asserting the tenant did not have the authority to consent to the search of J.R.'s bag, and the search was unlawful. After several hearings, including cross-examination of law enforcement and oral argument, Attorney Kaehne was successful in suppressing all evidence obtained from the bag.

As a result, several felony and misdemeanor charges were dismissed, and J.R. was release from custody days later.

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