Nov 13

Commonwealth v. M.J.

Commonwealth v. M.J.


Police set up a narcotics surveillance in Germantown and observed M.J. and two other males allegedly involved in a drug distribution operation. Police testified that a co-defendant supplied drugs M.J. from an alley and that M.J. then supplied those drugs (crack cocaine and marijuana) to individual buyers, some of whom were stopped with drugs on their person. Police also allegedly recovered a stash of drugs from the alleyway. At the trial, drug offense attorney Mr. Link attacked the officers credibility and inconsistencies in their paperwork, and argued that M.J. was merely present while others were dealing drugs.

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