Criminal Defense

Marijuana Possession Case

Motion to Quash and Dismiss

COMES NOW the Defendant JLA by and through her attorney James V. Murray, Esq., and moves the Court to quash and or dismiss the District Court Information herein pursuant to 21 O.S. 504.1 for the reason(s) and ground(s) that sufficient evidence does not exist in this Court to establish that a crime has been committed, or that threre was reasonable cause to believe Defendant had committed a crime.

Alcohol Felony Charge

Case Dismissed

James V. Murray was successful in defending a client by causing the State of Oklahoma to dismiss a serious felony and refiling as a misdemeanor. By doing so our client was able to pursue her chosen career due to the felony being dismissed. Murray Law firm works hard to serve all clients with the best legal care in Payne County and Central Oklahoma.

Ecstasy Possession Case

Motion to Quash and Dismiss

COMES NOW the Defendant LJS by and through her attorney James V. Murray, Esq., and hereby state and allege in support of Defendants to Dismiss the follow:

GENERAL FACTS

On or about 4th day of April, 2010, the Defendant was a patron of the Tumbleweed, in Payne County, City of Stillwater at approximately 12:30 AM. Mr. K, a private security guard as well as an off-duty police officer of the Crescent Police Department was working at the front door. Mr. K had been an police officer for approximately 11 months previous to this day. Mr. K took the Defendant's purse and searched the contents. He testified at the Preliminary hearing that he found a pill box. He opened it up and discovered dozens of pills. He went through all the Defendant's pills. Mr. K. testified that he had never personally identified ecstasy pills before but had seen them in pictures. During the course of the search of the purse and the pill box, Mr. K. sifted through a large number of pills until he discovered the ecstasy pills. The pills were placed in Mr. K's pant pockets and surrendered to P. F., deputy sheriff of Payne County.