Thomas C. Brandstrader Chicago Criminal Defense Attorney
I cannot recommend strongly enough a video montage created by the Marshall Project and the New Yorker…an intimate and different perspective of the many sides of our criminal justice system
Five things you should do if you are pulled over by the police:
- Be polite
- Identify your self with license and insurance
- Listen to any question being asked
- Answer only that question in the fewest words as possible;
- Be aware of your rights as a free citizen protected from unreasonable search and seizure (to be discusses in later post).
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Attorney Thomas C. Brandstrader Wins Case for Client Found with $6.75 Million of Cocaine
Criminal defense attorney Thomas C. Brandstrader wins not-guilty finding for client accused of possession with intent to distribute cocaine worth an estimated $6.75 million.
CHICAGO, IL (PRWEB) JUNE 01, 2016
Thomas C. Brandstrader, a Chicago criminal defense attorney, recently won a case in the Circuit Court of Cook County Illinois (Case No. 15 CR 3480) for a client who was accused of possession with intent to distribute cocaine. According to court documents, the defendant was charged with one felony count of possession of a controlled substance after $6.75 million worth of cocaine was found in his car, following a police narcotics investigation when the defendant was allegedly witnessed placing two heavy suitcases into his vehicle before driving off.
Read more: http://www.prweb.com/releases/tbrandstrader/cocaine/prweb13449168.htm
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