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Girlfriend’s Prescription Not Sufficiently Argued (access required)

Defendant is not entitled to reversal of his conviction for possession of methadone based on his girlfriend having a prescription, the Court of Appeals holds; defendant’s appellate brief significantly omits legal authority or argument required by Rule 5A:20(e) and the record evidence establishes constructive possession. Police found methadone in defendant’s car after he drove his car ...

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