11-14 case briefs

11-14 case briefs - Tim Woodward 108303348 11/14/06 CCJS230...

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Tim Woodward – 108303348 11/14/06 CCJS230 – Section 0201 Miller v. State 6 S.W.3d 812 (Ark.App., 1999) Facts of the Case: An Arkansas State Police Officer pulled over a car with four occupants on the road for not having a license plate. As the officer approached the car, he smelled the scent of burned marijuana coming from the car. He then conducted field sobriety tests on the driver, called for backup, and searched the car. He found three rolling papers, three rocks of crack cocaine, and marijuana in the car. The cocaine was found in the rear pouch of the driver’s seat. The driver testified that James Miller had no knowledge of the cocaine and did not know about the marijuana until later. However, Miller was convicted for possession of marijuana and cocaine. Issues Presented: Did he possess the marijuana and the cocaine despite the fact that none of it was found physically on him? Did he have enough knowledge of the drugs to constitute possession? Holding:
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