Presented by (2).png

Objective conduct, subjective intent, and sham drugs

One last followup to the unpublished Fourth Circuit case. The court described the legal requirements for convicting someone of an attempted crime, when the crime involved fake drugs:

U.S. v. Johnson No. 19-4330 (unpublished 2020)

Recent Posts

See All

The defendant has a fundamental right to testify or not testify. · State v. Rivera, 402 S.C. 225 (2013). While the defendant as a right to be present at trial, they do not have a right to be absent