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We got all of the documentation together proving that Max legally owned the vehicle and presented it to the prosecutor. The prosecutors were unable to prove the car was stolen so they dismissed the charges within the first 30 days of us showing them the proof of purchase.
Max A. bought a car from a junkyard in Miami in order to fix it up. A month later he got stopped by the cops and was arrested for Grand Theft Auto. Max explained to the police that he had recently bought the car and had registered it, and tried to show them the paperwork, but the cops didn’t care and arrested him anyway saying that the car came up in the system as stolen.
Strategy of Attack on Miami Grand Theft Auto Case:
We wanted to attack early and prove that the cops didn’t bother to investigate at all before arresting Max, and that he did legally own the vehicle.
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