start attacking the law..see if the charge is written out properly if it is not file an immediate motion..i did with my son...took them a year and they finally dropped all 3 charges.. they are all part of organized crime...check the information....make sure it spells out what specific charge was made out...you need a sworn affidavit from the police officer..remember only under oat and affirmation can the charge stand..the charge as written on paper is very broad but now you need to go on the attack...read what the charge is as written by the legislature and see if it applys to you if it doesnt make a motion to dismiss on the grounds that the accusatory instrument is defected on its face..in my sons case one of the charges was a public nuisance a 154.11 but that is not a crime unless the da specify what specific subsection of a public nuance he committed ie 152.1 to 154.10.. the legislature says whats is a public nuisance not the da or the cop...the da could not and would not amend the charge and specify which one of the nuisance he committed because he didnt commit any..same with the disorderly conduct...again what is disorderly conduct it tell you in the cpl...look up your charge and see what the law says then attack the law..do not argue facts you will lose 100 percent of the time..file probable cause motions i did for my son it easy...motion these fuckers to death until they are on their knees begging you to get lost...if you dont object you have nothing to appeal. object to everything...wish i where their i would coach you all the way thru. the system is corrupt if you dont come at it hard with the law they will abuse you...if you do it the right way they will shit their pants..the law is very powerful and on the side of the citizen but only if you exert your constitutional rights.
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