Yes I am ok with waiting do you have a time frime? Either way its ok
no problem. i also have a question that I already rated but i am not satisfied with the answer after all. The expert did not actually give me a clear answer on part of my question. How do i repost a question that was already answer to a new expert without it being marked as duplicate?
Please let me know
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No I have not-no convictions
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What if someone was hurt by using the patches to poison them and I did not know that was done what type o felony could I be charged with A B C ect
Also How much would you think 4 of the patches weigh I am guessing not 4 oz probably less
I am not sure if the person died but i think they may have been hurt. I got them from a family member who no longer used them
I am not sure if the person died but i think they may have been hurt. I got them from a family member who no longer used them. i have a feeling there was physical damage
To be convicted of an accessory charge, the accused must generally be proved to have had actual knowledge that a crime was going to be, or had been, committed. Furthermore, there must be proof that the accessory knew that his or her action, or inaction, was helping the criminals commit the crime, or evade detection, or escape. A person who unknowingly houses a person who has just committed a crime, for instance, may not be charged with an accessory offense because they did not have knowledge of the crime.
If you had NO actual knowledge that the patches would be altered with poison, then it is possible that you could only be charged with possession and/or sale of a controlled substance. I provided the penalties in my previous answer.
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