Client Gets All Charges For Drug Possession Dismissed (California HS 11377a), Represented By David E. Wohl, Criminal Defense Attorney at Wallin & Klarich.

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A Wallin& Klarich client no longer is living in fear of losing her job as a registered nurse, after David E. Wohl of Wallin & Klarich helped her get her all charges for drug possession without a prescription dismissed.

David E. Wohl, Associate attorney at Wallin & Klarich

David E. Wohl, Associate attorney at Wallin & Klarich

We dig deep into the rules of evidence and criminal procedure to find a way to give our clients the upper hand. In this case, we were able to save the client’s career by taking the legal fight to the next level. This is something we do for all...clients.

A Wallin & Klarich client recently had all charges pursuant to California Health and Safety Code 11377(a) and Business and Professions Code 4060 for possession of narcotic drugs without a prescription dismissed. The client, a registered nurse, no longer faces the loss of her job after seeking the assistance of David E. Wohl, experienced Los Angeles criminal defense attorney of Wallin & Klarich.

“We dig deep into the rules of evidence and criminal procedure to find a way to give our clients the upper hand. In this case, we were able to save the client’s career by taking the legal fight to the next level. This is something we do for all Wallin & Klarich clients,” said Mr. Wohl.

According to court record from South District Long Beach Courthouse, the client was pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence. After the client was arrested, law enforcement officers searched the client. The officers found hundreds of prescription painkillers of all different types in the client’s purse. The client had a prescription for a few of the drugs found in her possession. However, the client did not have a prescription for a vast majority of the other drugs that the officers found in her possession. The client was charged under California Health and Safety Code section 11377(a) and California Business and Professions Code 4060 for possession of a controlled substance. The client is a registered nurse and if she had been convicted of the charges would have lost both her job and career. In addition to the possibility of losing her job and career, the client faced up to one year in jail if convicted.

The client sought the assistance of Mr. Wohl, who is experienced in dealing with drug possession cases. Mr. Wohl was able to find legal flaws relating to the search and seizure procedure followed by the officers when they found the client to be in possession of painkillers at the time of the arrest according to court documents. In addition, Mr. Wohl found that there were legal issues relating to the breath and blood test the client was required to perform at the police station. After pointing out the substantial errors made by law enforcement during the client’s arrest, Mr. Wohl was able to convince the court to dismiss the serious drug charges against the client. As a result of the dismissal, the client no longer faces the threat of losing her job or the possibility of serving a jail sentence.

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As a premiere criminal defense and family law firm based in California, Wallin and Klarich ( http://www.WKLaw.com and http://www.WKFamilyLaw.com) has been assisting clients from across the country for over thirty years. The firm believes that every person is entitled to the highest quality legal assistance when it comes to facing difficult situations and has committed all of its resources to aggressively defending its clients. The firm has established itself as one of the most successful in the nation when it comes to defending against charges of DUI, criminal matters and sex crimes, and is acknowledged for successfully handling divorce and child custody cases. By making certain that our clients’ legal rights are always protected, we take the “fear” out of the legal fight.

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