December 3, 2008
What if the Statute Makes Possessing 400 grams of Meth a crime: does it include the liquid Carrying the Meth?
State v. Conway, __ S.E.2d __ (N.C. App. Dec. 2, 2008) answered the question in the negative in a very thorough case. It reminds me of that series of cases analyzing whether the weight of paper carrying LSD "counts" toward the weight of the drug, or not. An interesting case of first impression from a North Carolina appellate court.
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By Florida statute, any "mixture" thereof includes the drug and everything mixed in. In the meth case, it would include the liquid housing the banned substance.
Posted by: Adam | Jan 6, 2009 3:29:21 AM