Minnesota  |  Criminal Law

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Asked on: 9/11/13, 12:39 am

My son was just charges with 1st degree possession in Mn. He had a bottle that at one time contained flavor drops for water, he had urine in it so he could try one of those over counter drug tests with it. He had it in his pocket and had gotten arrested for something and it came out of his pocket in the police car. They sent it off And had it tested and it came back with trace amounts of meth. So he is being charged with a felony because they used the weight of the linguistic which on his papers say yellow liquid but not lemonade... How they did not know it was irons is beyond me charged with 40 grams of meth. How can having a urine sample lead to this he has prior felonies and this is just an absurd thing. In your opinion does this sound like a chargeable case

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