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Criminal Practice  – Prisons & Jails – Possession of Controlled Substances – Double Jeopardy Challenge (access required)

  When she was taken to jail for driving while impaired, defendant was found to be in possession of both marijuana and Clonazepam. Although these possessions occurred at the same time, they were nonetheless two separate crimes, and the separate judgments entered as to two convictions do not violate the Double Jeopardy Clause. We find no error ...

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