After a traffic stop resulted in a search and arrest for drug possession, N.M. was separately tried and charged for illegal use of food stamps. Other-acts evidence admitted at Client’s food stamp trial resulted in a guilty verdict and prison sentence. On appeal, Atty. Harris argued the other-acts evidence was prejudicial and should have been excluded. The Fifth District Court of Appeals sustained the error and reversed Client’s conviction. (State v. N.M., 2020)