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Constructive Possession for Cocaine in Tin (access required)

There was sufficient evidence to convict defendant of cocaine possession based on an officer’s observation of defendant, whom he recognized from a previous encounter, questioned him about his revoked driver’s license, observed a syringe in his waistband, obtained consent to search defendant’s vehicle, and found cocaine residue in a metal tin at defendant’s feet; the ...

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