John Doe was arrested in Brighton, Massachusetts after the police observed what they believed to be a drug transaction. After a search of the motor vehicle police found 20 plastic bags of white powder believed to be cocaine. In addition to seizing the powder, the arresting officers confiscated four iPhones and all of the cash found on Mr Doe.
Veronica White of White & Associates P.C. filed extensive motions for discovery of a wide array of information arising from the storage, testing and maintenance of the alleged cocaine. She further sought a rule 17 subpoena for all information connected to the ongoing investigation of Annie Dookhan and the Hinton State Laboratory.
The Court immediately froze all proceedings after receiving the Rule 17 subpoena for discovery and on the next Court date, the Commonwealth moved to dismiss all charges against Mr Doe. By order of the Court, the iPhones and money were returned.
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