Does your prescription match what you had in your possession. For example, you were prescribed 5 mg and had10 mg in your possession, it is not likely it will be dismissed. If what you had in possession matches your prescription, it is likely an assertive attorney can make your case and convince the prosecutor to dismiss hydrocodine. The marijuana is a separate matter, but not as serious of a charge. Your attorney should review why you were stopped, searched or even questioned. Often, drug cases are the result of bad stops or illegal searches.
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