When a 55-year-old federal employee was charged with possession of meth and a syringe after a traffic stop, criminal lawyer Sean Hessler stepped in to help keep him out of jail and save his job. We negotiated to enroll him into treatment and agreed to one year of probation. This kept a felony off his record, spared him from between six months and two years in jail, and almost guaranteed termination.
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