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Matthew Marin
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Providing those facing criminal prosecution in Rhode Island with experienced and aggressive criminal defense representation.
Providing those facing criminal prosecution in Rhode Island with experienced and aggressive criminal defense representation.

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First Offense DUI Charge Reduced to Reckless Driving

We are extremely pleased to report that last week we were able to successfully negotiate the reduction of a charge of driving under the influence to reckless driving in the Kent County District Court. The amendment allowed our Client to avoid a criminal conviction and save thousands of dollars in fines, costs, and fees.

To read more about the case and the resolution reached this week, follow the link below to our website:

http://www.matthewtmarin.com/rhode_island_dui_defense_lawyer.html

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Excellent review by Travis,

Matt was the best. He is quick experienced accommodating and experienced and truly made a terrible ordeal a lot easier than I even thought was possible. Thank you very much matt.

Read all reviews @ http://birdeye.com/law-offices-of-matthew-t-marin-esq-inc-144665790947476
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Innovative Drug Defense Argued by Attorney Marin is featured in the February 8th Issue of Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly

As Pat Murphy wrote in the most recent issue of Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly, "A District Court judge is poised to answer a question that has been on the minds of defense attorneys and prosecutors since the state decriminalized the possession of an ounce or less of marijuana in 2013: Does detection by police of a small quantity of marijuana still provide probable cause for a search?"

The argument, put forward by Attorney Marin in the case, states that "Evidence of some marijuana — whether it be the odor of marijuana or small, decriminalized quantities of marijuana — alone cannot establish probable cause to conduct a search to determine if there’s a criminal amount of marijuana present in a particular location."

The full RI Lawyers Weekly article can be found using the link below: http://rilawyersweekly.com/blog/2016/02/04/legality-of-pot-searches-weighed-by-district-court/

The case is scheduled for a decision later this month on February 19th in the Newport District Court.

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