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Criminal – Child Endangerment – Drugs In Household (access required)

Although the commonwealth could not convict a woman of possession of drugs found in a wardrobe in her home’s master bedroom, which would have required proof that she knew about the drugs, she nevertheless could be convicted of three counts of child endangerment, says the Supreme Court of Virginia. Because the jury acquitted defendant of ...

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