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Speaking truth to power

In a criminal case involving a juvenile who was charged with dealing drugs, our investigator discovered that the police officer had lied on both his affidavit for a search warrant and on the arrest warrant. Specifically, the police officer claimed that the juvenile had walked out of a building that had been bricked-up for a decade, that the juvenile’s brake lights did not work when they actually did, and that the juvenile had run three stop lights on a stretch of road that had only one stop light. Upon hearing our investigator’s testimony, the judge threw the case out of court during an evidentiary hearing.