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Constructive Possession of Guns In Car (access required)

Although testimony by defendant’s cousin corroborated defendant’s story that he did not know there were firearms in his cousin’s vehicle when he got in after being denied entrance to a club, as defendant says he was drunk and the vehicle’s interior light did not work, the Court of Appeals upholds defendant’s conviction for constructive concealed ...

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