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Criminal Law: Constructive Possession-Sufficiency of Evidence-Accomplice Liability

Where a defendant, who was convicted of charges of possession of drugs and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, argued that the state failed to prove constructive possession, the defendant’s proximity as a passenger in the vehicle to drugs found during ...

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Criminal Law: Closing Argument-Accomplice Liability-Sufficiency of Evidence

(1)Where a defendant challenged her conviction based on accomplice liability for first-degree assault,  jurors could consider the defendant’s behavior during the incident and toward doctors and could draw numerous inferences from the circumstances surrounding the injuries to the child victim, ...

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