Kodak’s Lawyer Exposes Alleged Police Fabrication
Kodak’s Lawyer Uncovers Alleged Police Fabrication. In a shocking twist to the ongoing legal battle involving rapper Kodak Black, his lawyer has recently exposed what appears to be a case of police fabrication. The allegations suggest that law enforcement officers may have falsified evidence against the artist, raising serious concerns about the integrity of the criminal justice system. As the investigation unfolds, legal experts shed light on the potential misconduct and its implications for Kodak’s case and the broader fight for justice.
Alleged Police Misconduct In Kodak’s Arrest
Kodak’s Lawyer Exposes Alleged Police Fabrication.
According to XXL Mag, Kodak’s attorney, Bradford Cohen, has released a statement about his arrest.
In the statement, Cohen claims police made a mistake in saying Kodak had Cocaine in his possession.
Upon further investigation, the substance that was found on Kodak was Oxycodone.
The rapper was arrested in December 2023 when the side of the road allegedly found him.
Police searched Kodak’s vehicle and found a white powder and several white rock-like objects.
A test was provided to see if the white powder was allegedly Cocaine.
However, the problem with the presumptive test is it turns blue.
Once, there was further testing by the police; the white powder was Oxycodone, not Cocaine.
And the Oxycodone was a prescription by Kodak’s physician.
“As stated when this new case first was filed, this was not cocaine and the officer was lying about his observations,” Cohen’s statement reads. “We finally got the lab report. It’s Oxycodone that Kodak had a prescription for and not an illegal substance.”
He continues by saying,
“Knowing that the officer substantially misrepresented his observations, the Broward State Atty Office still filed the charges. Unbelievable and it will not be tolerated. This level of abuse of power by the arresting officer is disgusting. We will be seeking a new bond hearing and addressing these unethical practices by the police department.”
So, it appears that Broward County police may have framed Kodak.
Was Kodak A Victim Of Police Arrest?
However, whether the possession charges will be lifted from his current case is unknown.
But this newfound information could be good news for the Florida rapper.
As far as we know, Kodak is still behind bars and waiting for his day in court.
Kodak asked for the judge to allow him to go to rehab, as stated by TMZ.
That did not happen, mainly because Kodak is already on probation for other charges.
At this point, Kodak is facing considerable prison time.
That is if he is not given a lower charge for the current charges.