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Drug conspiracy conviction supported by the record (access required)

Where the testimony of co-conspirators and cooperating witnesses, as well as recorded conversations involving the defendant supported a man’s conviction for conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, the conviction was affirmed. Background Tony Chevallier appeals his conviction and sentencing for conspiracy to ...

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Virus challenges lead to severance of multi-defendant trial (access required)

Where two cases involving a total of eight defendants had been joined because of similarities in the indictments, the interrelationships of the defendants and duplication of various allegations, the challenges of social distancing and limited staff due to COVID-19 prompted ...

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Amended safe harbor statute applies in drug case (access required)

Where defendant was charged with possessing methamphetamine after the police were called to assist with her alleged overdose, the amended version of a safe harbor statute enacted after the date of defendant’s alleged offense applies to the case. Background On ...

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