The client was charged with possession of a Class B Substance after a motor vehicle stop for speeding and a registration sticker violation in Worcester, Massachusetts. The State Police Officer who stopped my client requested to search the client’s vehicle and the client consented to the search. The client was requested to step from his vehicle and was pat frisked. The officer found nine Oxycodone Pills on my client’s person. He did not have a prescription for these pills. During the Motion To Suppress Hearing at Worcester District Court, it was argued that the warrantless search of the client was not justified. The Court agreed and the search was ruled to be invalid. As a result, the charge of Possession of a Class B Substance was dismissed and the client was found to be not responsible for the registration sticker violation.