A man called police to report that his stolen wheels and rims were on a car being driven by D.S. The car was stopped by police and impounded. The Major Crimes Auto Squad determined that the wheels and rims were in fact stolen, as were several other parts to the vehicle. D.S. made statements to the police that he had purchased the parts on the street and was then arrested. At the preliminary hearing this top criminal defense lawyer in Philadelphia successfully argued that the Commonwealth failed to establish that D.S. in fact knew or should have know that the parts in question were stolen.