Our Greensboro Law Firm has a word of advice this holiday season. If you’re up to no good, it’s probably best not to violate traffic laws to give law enforcement a reason to stop you.
A convicted felon was pulled over for speed 108 in a 70 MPH zone. What started as a mere speeding ticket case, turned into something far more. While looking into the vehicle, the officer saw a glass smoking device which gave him probable cause to search the car.
While searching the car the officer found meth and a sawed off shotgun. The man had previously been convicted of felony breaking and entering and therefore was not allowed to possess a firearm. Our lawyer found out that the man has been given a $25,000 bond.
The law firm of Garrett, Walker, Aycoth & Olson is here to help you and your family. Our criminal lawyer handles possession of firearm by felon cases, and we’re prepared to file a suppression motion to help!