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Criminal Practice – Heroin Possession – Substance Identification – Defendant’s Admission – Misdemeanor Child Abuse (access required)

Even though (1) defendant admitted that she had ingested heroin, (2) drug paraphernalia that can be used to ingest heroin was found in her hotel room, and (3) a field test indicated that a rock-like substance found in the same hotel room was heroin, the state failed to prove heroin possession because it did not ...

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