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Appellant’s ‘joint acquisition’ theory doesn’t stand up

When drugs lead to a fatality, is it essential for a criminal jury to acknowledge that the victim helped buy the drugs? That was the issue ruled on by the Minnesota Court of Appeals in a decision published last week. The case originated in December 2012, when the appellant, Aaron Jude Schnagl, and a woman were ...

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