An attorney has been charged with bringing drugs into a jail in downtown Los Angeles.

Michael Inman, a criminal defense attorney at Inman & Associates in Beverly Hills, was charged on Friday. The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office alleged that Inman intended to sell 14.25 grams of heroin when he entered a secure lockup to visit two clients in a burglary case. He was arrested on June 15 after drug-sniffing dogs found heroin in an area where he had been waiting.

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