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Meth defendant entitled to ‘subjective’ jury instruction

A drug defendant was entitled to a “subjective” jury instruction on the issue of whether she reasonably should have known that the over-the-counter drugs she purchased were being used to manufacture methamphetamine, the 9th Circuit has ruled in reversing a conviction.


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