BB had three separate felony cases pending, two violations of probation and a new case, selling drugs within 1,000 feet of a convenience store. BB was set up by an undercover detective who recorded BB selling him drugs inside a 711. The detective was relying on information from a confidential informant. We filed a motion to disclose the identity of the informant and the motion was granted. The detectives and the prosecutor refused to tell us who the informant was. He was facing close to 7 years in prison at the bottom of the sentencing guidelines, but we were able to negotiate a plea of time served and BB went home a free man.
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