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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: Sentencing-Firearm Enhancement-Constructive Possession

Where a defendant who pleaded guilty in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine challenged her sentence, the district court did not err by finding that the defendant had constructive possession of a gun, so the court properly added a two-level enhancement ...

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Criminal Law: Unregistered Firearm-Constructive Possession-Sufficiency of Evidence

Where police found an unregistered firearm in a duffle bag in a bedroom closet at defendant’s parent’s home, evidence that the defendant stayed in the room when visiting and had clothes there, and that a train ticket in his name ...

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Criminal Law : Drug Possession – Constructive Possession – Knowledge

State v. Clark (MLW No. 69366/Case No. SC94959 – 23 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Breckenridge, J.; Stith, Draper and Teitelman, JJ., concur; Wilson, J., concurs in result in separate opinion filed; Fischer and Russell, JJ., concur in opinion of Wilson, J.)

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