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Criminal – Morphine Possession – Pills In Purse (access required)

Although a woman testified that pills found in a prescription bottle with the witness's name in defendant's purse belonged to the witness, who said she suffered from migraine headaches and other ailments, the trial court could reject the witness's testimony as not credible, and convict defendant of possession of morphine. Clearly, the trial court disbelieved the ...

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