When is an Automobile Passenger Not Guilty of Conspiracy to Commit a Federal Drug Crime?

          When someone is charged in an alleged drug conspiracy and that person is located in an automobile that has drugs in it at the time of his arrest, it is not enough that he is merely present in the car; there must also be “circumstances evidencing a consciousness of guilt” on his part before he can be convicted of conspiracy.  My website, Federal Criminal Lawyer:  Frequently Asked Questions, contains an article that examines one case in which such circumstances were not present.

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