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Criminal – Drug Conspiracy – Defendant's Misidentification – Officer's Grand Jury Testimony (access required)

Where the officer admitted at trial that he wrongly told the grand jury of a drug co-conspirator who the agent inadvertently called by defendant's name, this testimony does not require reversal of defendant's conviction. The agent unintentionally confused the other person with defendant in his grand jury testimony. Accordingly, the grand jury heard testimony about ...

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