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Co-conspirators’ statements were admissible evidence (access required)

Where a prisoner was convicted of attempting to possess drugs, conspiracy to distribute the drugs and soliciting a person to deliver drugs to a prisoner, testimony about his co-conspirators’ statements was admissible hearsay. Further, there was sufficient evidence linking the prisoner to the drugs. Background Appellant Pulley was incarcerated at a state prison where Lokey and Quesenberry were ...