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Drug Possession Charges: Common Defenses
Drug Possession Charges: Common Defenses

Criminal law is heavily centered around the idea of intent. This is true even if you are unmistakably in possession of a controlled substance. Just because you may have been found with drugs on your person does not automatically mean you intended to break the law. ...

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