Juvenile Client Charged with Felony Possession for Sale gets Case Completely Destroyed
Felony Possession of Ecstasy For Sale
DEJ - Case Destroyed
My juvenile client was charged with possessing ecstasy for sale at Homestead High School in Cupertino. School authorities had suspected that he had been selling both ecstasy and marijuana. One day in class my client's math teacher said that he saw a pill bottle in my client's unzipped backpack. He retrieved the pill bottle (after a brief struggle with my client), sent my client to the Principal's Office, and the police were called. It turns out that there were four pills of ecstasy, six plastic bags, text messages regarding sales, and three students who came forward alleging that my client had sold them ecstasy in the past. Yet, despite this information, my client was still a first time offender and a very good young man. He presented well and was admitted to the Deferred Entry of Judgment program. He recently completed the DEJ program and therefore this juvenile case against him will be completely destroyed. He can truthfully tell any employer that he has never been arrested or adjudged a ward of the court for possessing ecstasy for sale.