No Probable Cause for Felony Stealing

Client was charged with stealing over $750 for allegedly stealing numerous items from her employer. At the preliminary hearing, Attorney Brian Cooke forced the detective to admit he couldn’t recall any details about the stolen items and couldn’t say for certain what the items were worth. As a result, the judge found no probable cause at the preliminary hearing and the case was dismissed.

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