KIRK OBEAR ATTORNEY AT LAW
603 South 8th Street,Sheboygan, Wisconsin 920-395-2200 email@example.com
I have been an outspoken
activist for decriminalization of marijuana for the past 10 years. I helped revive Wisconsin NORML as a member of
the legal steering committee and I'm an active member of National NORML. I advocate the decriminalization of marijuana
and I welcome cases that bring the issue to the forefront of the legal system.
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US Constitution Fourth Amendment: The right of the people to be
secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and
no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place
to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
Marijuana & Drug
Cases I have handled:
-Convinced prosecutor that
police violated client's Fourth amendment rights in drug seizure case. Prosecutor agreed to dismiss possession
-Successfully argued that police unlawfully searched
client's vehicle, resulting in suppression of drug evidence and dismissal of criminal charge.
challenged the ability of the State to prosecute a client for allegedly driving with marijuana in his system. Prosecutor conceded
-Successfully argued motion to suppress
all evidence obtained as a result of a search warrant after convincing judge that the warrant was improperly issued.
-Established that police executed a warrant in an unreasonable
manner, resulting in suppression of all evidence obtained in a drug raid of client’s house.
-Persuaded prosecutor to dismiss drug charges against college student, preserving his eligibility to receive financial
-Convinced judge to grant motion suppressing evidence seized in a marijuana grow operation
after establishing that police coerced consent to search.
-Manufacture of THC charge dismissed
after motion to suppress evidence based on lack of probable cause for issuance of search warrant.
argued for dismissal of drug manufacture charges based upon state's noncompliance with jurisdictional statute.
-Jury found defendant not guilty in federal marijuana case.
found defendant not guilty in federal cocaine case.
* The above examples are real client cases handled by me, Attorney
Kirk Obear. They are intended only as examples of past successful casework and are not intended to be an indication of
the likelihood of success in any other particular case. Just because you have been charged with a similar offense, you should
not assume that the result in your case would be the same as any of those listed above. However, these examples are given
to demonstrate the level of commitment and dedication to your case that you should expect from my firm.