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Client charged with possession of crack cocaine and was facing up to 6 years in prison

Our client was charged with possession of crack cocaine a schedule II drug as a class 4 felony and faced up to 6 years in prison as well as a mandatory revocation of his driver license (Mandatory in Colorado on many drug related charges). Our client was contacted during a routine traffic stop and allowed the police to search his vehicle. During the search the police found a baggie containing several grams of crack cocaine. Our attorneys contacted the deputy district attorney pointing out our client’s lack of prior criminal history and his cooperation with the police on this occasion. They were able to negotiate a plea to a misdemeanor drug paraphernalia charge, $150 in court costs, 36 hours of public service and no loss of drivers’ license.