In 2015, federal agents came to Young Thug's Sandy Springs, Georgia home and took him in for making terroristic threats against a mall cop.
While he was being bonded out, cops raided the home again and found weapons and drugs. He was charged with felony cocaine possession, felony marijuana possession and 3 counts of felony gun possession.
Since then, Thug's lawyer has been getting the charges thrown out on the basis of an illegal search warrant.
A judge had already removed the gun and cocaine charges, and Thugger's attorney was just able to get the final marijuana charge tossed.
It certainly pays to have a good lawyer.