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Criminal Law: Possession of Methamphetamine-Motion to Suppress Evidence-Sufficiency of Evidence

Defendant appealed the denial of his suppression motion and conviction for possession of more than 500 grams of methamphetamine, after officers conducted a canine sniff during a welfare-check traffic stop of defendant’s truck. Defendant challenged the sufficiency of evidence that ...

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Workers’ Compensation: Death Benefits-Sufficiency of Evidence-Substitution of Party

Where an employer challenged an award of death benefits to a deceased worker’s son after he was substituted as a personal representative after the worker’s husband died, the evidence was sufficient to support the finding that the work-related ankle injury ...

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Criminal Law: Possession of a Controlled Substance-Motion for Judgment of Acquittal-Sufficiency of Evidence

Defendant was convicted of felony resisting arrest and felony possession of a controlled substance. Defendant appealed his conviction on the possession charge, arguing that the trial court erred in denying his motion for judgment of acquittal because the evidence at ...

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