Ryan’s client was investigated for nearly a year, and the prosecutor’s office charged the case as a felony. Ryan represented to the detective and prosecutor that there was no need for a warrant to accompany the complaint as his client was cooperative with no criminal history. Prosecutor issued a warrant for Ryan’s client anyway. Ryan filed a motion with the Judge to quash the warrant given his prior representations. A day later, the Judge quashed the warrant which avoided Ryan’s client’s arrest.