As long as the information was in the original police report and they reasonably should have known of the existence of the second crime, yes - it should have been filed together and Kellett appears to apply.
Nobody can give you odds - you'll need to discuss this further face to face with a criminal defense attorney that routinely practices in the court where your case is pending.
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Kellet applies. But Kellet issue is whether facts of one are part and parcel of the other. You can possess without being under the influence, and vice versa. Need to look at the totality of the facts to see likelihood of success. Suggest you contact a lawyer for a free consultation.
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Kellett applies if you are successively prosecuted for the same course of conduct that should be done in one case. You need an lawyer to make the motion.
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