PWID and Use of Firearm in Drug Trafficking Crime Dismissed

Posted by Thomas Brown | Sep 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

On September 6, 2012, in the Circuit Court for Cecil County, MD I was able to convince the State to dismiss felony cocaine charges including possession with the intent to distribute (PWID) and the use of a handgun in a drug transaction (mandatory 5 years) in exchange for a plea to simple possession of marihauna. The client received Probation Before Judgment with a year of supervised probation.

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Thomas Brown

Mr. Brown has been a trial attorney for his entire legal career. He appears in court on a daily basis representing criminal defendants in trials, preliminary hearings, violation of probation and bail reviews in District and Circuit Court. In addition to his extensive jury trial experience in Ceci...


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