Drug Case Dismissal
At the pretrial level or hearing level, a presiding magistrate or judge rules that the government prosecution has not supported its drug charge allegation and that the proceeding cannot go forward. At the trial level, the judge or jury finds based on the evidence provided in the proceeding that the drug charge allegation is dropped or the defendant absolved of the drug charge. Drug Case Dismissal has also occurred through the use of the company proprietary Weighing Service.
- Pretrial or Hearing Case Reference: United States v. Zhenli Ye Gon, United States District Court for the District of Columbia, File No. 07-181, Judge Emmet Sullivan
- Trial Reference: United States v. Bryan Omar Reed and Defendant(s), United States District Court for the District of Columbia, Criminal No. 00-252-28(RMU)
- Trial Reference (Weighing Service): United States v. Gregory Jenkins, CR. No. 03-195(ESH), United States District Court, Washington, D.C., Criminal Division