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Commonwealth v. E.A. (Plymouth Superior Court, Sept. 2020)
EA was charged with trafficking in heroin. After successful negation, the charges were dismissed when the Commonwealth was persuaded the EA was merely a passenger in the vehicle.

Commonwealth v. J.R. (Brockton Superior Court, Nov. 2017)
JR was the driver of a car that was stopped based on an anonymous trip that it was engaged in drug trafficking. JR was charged with trafficking in heroin. Attorney Caramanica filed a motion to suppress the warrantles stop of the motor vehicle and subsequent search. The motion to suppress was allowed the charged were dismissed.

Commonwealth v. J.C. (Attleboro District Court, June, 2016)
JC was charged with possession of a class B susbstance after he was seized while leaving the passenger seat of a vehicle that had pulled into a private apartment complex parking lot. JC was taken back to the vehicle, where drugs were found inside the passenger side door storage compartment. Attorney Caramanica filed a motion to suppress, challenging the stop and seizure. The motion to suppress was allowed and the case was dismissed.

Commonwealth v. J.C. (Fall River Superior Court, April, 2014)
JC was charged with trafficking in cocaine after a warrantless motor vehicle stop. Attorney Caramanica filed a motion to suppress, challenging both the stop and search. The motion to suppress was allowed and the case was dismissed..

Commonwealth v. A.C. (Attleboro District Court, Jan., 2012)
AC was charged with trafficking in heroin and cocaine after he was stopped by the state police in Attleboro, MA for a civil motor vehicle infraction. The vehicle was seized and taken the state police barracks. The vehicle was ultimately searched, uncovering substantial amounts of heroin and cocaine. Attorney Caramanica filed a motion to suppress, challenging the stop and warrantless search. The motion to suppress was allowed and the case was dismissed.

Commonwealth v. C.B., (Waltham District Court, Oct. 2011)
CB was charged with possession of a Class D substance with intent to distribute, and violation of the controlled substances act in a school zone. CB was a tenant in an apartment building owned by the father of a police officer. The police officer was checking on the apartment when he noted excessive water and electric usage. A search warrant was obtained and a marijuana grow operation was uncovered. After a 2 day jury trial, CB was found not guilty. The defense was that CB was in the process of moving out of the premises and did not knowingly possess or intent to possess the contraband.

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