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Criminal – Cocaine – Constructive Possession – Lockbox Under Bed (access required)

A defendant who identified a bedroom as his when he called police to report a home invasion and theft of a lockbox from under his bed, cannot credibly disclaim any connection to the bedroom when police discover drugs and drug paraphernalia seven weeks later when they arrive to execute a search warrant, and the Court ...

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