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Criminal Practice – Crack Cocaine Distribution — Conspiracy – Confidential Informant – Prior Contacts (access required)

U.S. v. Edmonds A defendant convicted of distribution of crack cocaine for sale of drugs to a confidential informant also can be convicted of conspiracy to traffic crack cocaine, based on his interactions with the confidential informant before he started working as a government agent after his arrest; the 4th Circuit affirms defendant’s convictions and his life sentence.

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