The police made a traffic stop, and gained consent to search the vehicle from the driver. The client was a passenger in the car. Drug paraphernalia – needles and spoons – were found in a bag near the backseat of the car, where the client was seated. There was no proof that he possessed the bag containing the contraband. Though he did not own the car and had not been driving the car, he was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Bryan got the charge was retired in just one court appearance, with no penalties assessed against client. The entire case will be subject to dismissal and expungement.