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Multiple Counts for ‘One-Pot’ Meth-Making (access required)

Based on evidence of defendant’s involvement in four separate instances of cooking methamphetamine with the “one-pot” method prevalent in Virginia, defendant was properly convicted of four counts of manufacturing methamphetamine in violation of Va. Code § 18.2-248.03; however, the Court of Appeals says the record supports only one conviction for conspiracy to manufacture the drug, ...

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