People v. L.S.

Client charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance. Although the amount of the substance was significant – it was deemed for personal consumption. Because it was on the borderline for achieving a “deferred prosecution” – Mr. LaScola had to be very creative in negotiations to achieve the State’s Attorney Drug School program in lieu of prosecution. Once our client satisfied the requirements, we returned to court in Maywood and the charge was dismissed.