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Drug Trafficking Has Nothing to Do with Intent
Drug Trafficking Has Nothing to Do with Intent

If you look up the definition of trafficking, you will find that it means to “buy and sell” and “do business.” Knowing that, it would be understandable if you think that a drug trafficking charge would only be applied in cases where the defendant intends to sell the drug. ...

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