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iam a ex-substance addict .ihad arelapse after 3years ...

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iam a ex-substance addict .ihad arelapse after 3years during whichivisited acrack house that was being monitored ihave no criminal record .what cani becharged with
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  J D Haas replied 8 years ago.
You cannot be charged with anything unless the police have proof that you committed a crime. If the police can prove that you bought and/or used crack, you can be charged with possession. If you had a large amount, perhaps you can be charged with trafficking. You might be charged with vagrancy depending upon the circumstances. It depends on their proof and your actions while you were in the house.

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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Reply to J D Haas's Post: i stayed in that house for 12 hrs and spent over 400 bucks but inever bought anything myself just thru somebody.
Expert:  J D Haas replied 8 years ago.
Purchases through a surrogate might still be attributed to you. Much will depend upon the information that the police have pertaining to the charges. Good luck.

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