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Criminal – Superseding Indictment – Drug Charge – Quantity

A defendant indicted in 1999 for possession of “more than five grams of cocaine base,” who went missing until 2008, loses his motion to dismiss a superseding indictment that charged him with possession of “50 grams or more” of cocaine base in violation of 21 U.S.C. §§ 841(a)(1) and (b)(1)(A), which the Danville U.S. District Court says relates back to the 1999 indictment.
U.S. v. Brown (USDC-WD) (VLW 008-3-440) (9 pp.)

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