Now that Mr. Shane White has been sentenced, we now want to focus our attention on the drug dealers supplying Mr. White. Tom Richards and John Smith were named as

Now that Mr. Shane White has been sentenced, we now want to focus our attention on the drug dealers supplying Mr. White. Tom Richards and John Smith were named as two of Shane White’s drug dealers during the debriefing of Shane White. We know that Tom Richards lives at 66 ½ 62 Street, Brooklyn, NY. We need to build our case so your supervisor has agreed to dispatch surveillance officers to watch his residence. As we are conducting surveillance of the residence, we notice Tom Richard step out his front door. A car pulls into the driveway and we see what appears to be drug/money exchanges occur. So, one of the surveillance vehicles (you and your partner) decide to follow the car, while another watches the residence. We notice that the vehicle has a license plate that does not match the vehicle, so we pull the car over without incident. You find out the John Smith is the driver of the vehicle. You ask for consent to search, and he says no. You decide to search the vehicle anyway. Your partner pulls you aside and tells you this could be civil rights violation. You ignore him and continue to conduct the search. You find 1 pound of marijuana stashed in the seat. You seize the drugs and take it to the evidence room for processing. Assume John Smith has decided to enter into a guilty plea. s attorney advised him that entering a guilty plea will reduce his sentence and promised the judge would only sentence him to 6 months in the prison system since he would be eligible for judicial release. John Smith decides to enter the plea of guilty, but was sentenced to the maximum sentence possible. On the record the judge asked if the statement of facts in the case was correct and if anyone promised him anything in exchange for the plea. Mr. Smith stated no and agreed that the statement of facts was true and accurate.

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