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Proximity Insufficient for Possession (access required)

Defendant is entitled to reversal of her conviction for felon possession of ammunition, the Court of Appeals says; no record evidence shows defendant was even aware of the ammunition concealed in a magazine within a holster pouch; defendant had only known the car owner a few days and no evidence shows she had ever been ...

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