My juvenile client was charged with robbery along with two other juveniles. The other two juveniles pled guilty, while my client maintained his innocence. Diligent defense investigation revealed the likelihood that the robbery victim--who was the sole eyewitness to the crime--misidentified my client as his attacker. Due to unlawfully suggestive and improper police procedures, I filed a motion to suppress the identification by the victim of the robbery. The court granted the motion and suppressed the evidence, agreeing that the police had acted unlawfully in violation of my client's constitutional rights. The court's ruling left the prosecutor without the evidence they would have needed to convict my client, forcing them to drop the charges.