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Appellant knowingly possessed methamphetamine (access required)

There is sufficient evidence that appellant knowingly possessed methamphetamine where it was “plainly visible” and appellant was in close proximity. Constructive possession “[I]t is well-established that a defendant’s immediate proximity to contraband that is plainly visible is sufficient to support a finding of constructive possession, even when others are present. … “[T]he evidence, viewed in the light most ...