According to Judge Barbara Duffy, the prosecutors did not “refute or negate the material fact that the defendant had an oxycodone prescription filled by a pharmacy.”
To refresh your memory, Kodak’s car was searched after he was found napping inside. His attorney, Bradford Cohen, pushed for a dismissal, citing the rapper did not have cocaine on him.
“Motion to Dismiss @kodakblack new case for possession of ‘cocaine’ that was actually oxycodone….GRANTED,” Cohen wrote on Instagram. “I will leave that right here. We have moved to have his bond reinstated. With my friends for over 20 years, @skywriter.esq and Fred Haddad.”