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40 Year Old Restaurant Employee Avoids Jail, Sees Cocaine Charge Dismissed

10 May 2018 | Case Results,  Drug Charges,  

Attorney Sean Hessler

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Sean Hessler

10 May 2018

Case Results,  Drug Charges,  

Recently, a man was charged with a Level 5 habitual traffic violator (HTV) after having his license suspended a number of times. In addition to this traffic offense, he was also facing a charge for Level 6 possession of cocaine. These charges came about after the man was stopped for a traffic violation and the police found a white substance they believed to be cocaine in the man’s vehicle. With a potential sentence of over seven years looming, he retained the help of Indiana drug lawyer Sean Hessler.

The client admitted to the HTV charge and was sentenced to two years suspended to non-reporting probation. The cocaine charge was dismissed.

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