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Criminal Practice – Possession of Meth Precursor – Constructive Possession – Insufficient Proof (access required)

The state did not present evidence that defendant lived in the home where a methamphetamine precursor (pseudoephedrine) was found, nor did the state show that defendant was in proximity to the pseudoephedrine. Defendant’s only suspicious behavior was failing to answer the door when law enforcement officers knocked and announced their presence, but the state failed ...

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