In 2013, our Client was charged with transportation of methamphetamine and cocaine for sale. A large quantity of drugs was located in a secret/hidden compartment of a large cooler that contained food items. Our Client was not given a fair grand jury process. Griffen & Stevens filed a motion to remand, challenging the grand jury indictment process. Upon winning the motion, the case was remanded, and Griffen & Stevens convinced the prosecutor not to re-charge our Client due to his lack of knowledge of the drugs. Case dismissed.
(Navajo County Superior Court, Holbrook, AZ)