California Appellate Court Rules Fairfield Police Conducted Illegal Search of Honeychurch & Boyd Client

The California Appellate Court published an opinion agreeing police performed illegal search of  a Honeychurch & Boyd client, which resulted in his conviction being vacated and all charges dismissed against him. The system actually works for justice from time to time if you can believe it. Read the article here:

Appellate court rules Fairfield officer conducted illegal search

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