Client charged with possession of methamphetamine, a class 4 felony, and faced up to 6 years in prison. Police came to our client’s house looking for a person who had a warrant out for their arrest. The police officer indicated he detected the odor of marijuana when he entered the residence and told our client to give up the marijuana. Our client opened a drawer to get out a pipe and the officer saw a baggie inside the drawer. The officer seized the baggie and it contained methamphetamine. Our attorneys contested the officer’s entry and search of our client’s residence. The deputy district attorney agreed to grant our client a 2-year deferred sentence with no jail and no conviction will enter upon his record.