Our client, a professional truck driver, was arrested at the border after his laptop was searched by border officials and child pornography was located. He retained another law firm to represent him but he was dissatisfied with the advice and representation he received. Our firm was retained and we promptly set the matter for trial. Before the trial date we had extensive discussions with the prosecutor regarding their inability to prove that our client even knew this material was on his computer. Before the trial date, the prosecutor agreed to drop the charges against our client, who was not even required to attend court. RESULT: No criminal record
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