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Hazie

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My brother was recently arrested for having a baggy that HAD contained meth. they charged him with a felony. he didn't acctually have the meth..my question is should he plead not guilty? and should he get a lawyer to do that for him?
 


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Tracey

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Yes.
Yes.
It doesn't matter whether there was a usable quantity of meth in the baggie. Trace is sufficient to convict of felony possession.

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This is not legal advice and you are not my client. Double check everything with your own attorney and your state's laws.
 
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asdf

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Wow, tough laws. Isn't there a trace of drugs on our paper currency?
 

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