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Criminal Law Keyed to Osler
United States v. Baggett
Citation:890 F. 2d 1095 (10th Cir. 1990)
Defendant made several phone calls that were recorded by police to Steve Daniels, a suspected drug dealer. She had two arranged meetings with Mr. Daniels to purchase cocaine and heroin. At both meets officers were observing. These exchanges was where the alleged exchange of heroin occurred. Neither officer saw narcotics exchanged nor did any witnesses see the drug exchange. No drugs were ever found on the defendant. She was nonetheless charged and convicted for possession of heroin.
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