Drug Enforcement Manual

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DIANE Publishing, 1993 - 295 pages
 

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Contents

VII
1
VIII
2
IX
14
X
16
XI
18
XII
19
XIII
24
XIV
27
XXXI
1903
XXXII
1911
XXXIII
1914
XXXIV
1917
XXXV
1925
XXXVI
1933
XXXVII
1939
XXXVIII
1943

XV
28
XVI
29
XVII
31
XVIII
34
XIX
35
XX
1961
XXI
1972
XXII
1976
XXIII
1981
XXIV
1985
XXV
1989
XXVI
1989
XXVII
1989
XXVIII
1989
XXIX
1990
XXX
1899
XXXIX
1953
XL
1960
XLI
1966
XLII
1971
XLIII
1974
XLIV
1991
XLV
2015
XLVI
2026
XLVII
2028
XLVIII
2035
XLIX
2045
L
2050
LI
2115
LII
2126
LIII
2129
LIV
2139

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Page 1963 - And no subject shall be hurt, molested, or restrained, in his person, liberty, or estate, for worshipping GOD in the manner and season most agreeable to the dictates of his own conscience; or for his religious profession or sentiments; provided he doth not disturb the public peace, or obstruct others in their religious worship.
Page 1983 - We reverse, and we hold that, where the defendant makes a substantial preliminary showing that a false statement knowingly and intentionally, or with reckless disregard for the truth, was included by the affiant in the warrant affidavit...
Page 2002 - I, RS, the officer by whom this warrant was executed, do swear that the above inventory contains a true and detailed account of all the property taken by me on the warrant.
Page 1980 - With respect to evidence and witnesses, the prosecutor has responsibilities different from those of a lawyer in private practice: the prosecutor should make timely disclosure to the defense of available evidence, known to him, that tends to negate the guilt of the accused, mitigate the degree of the offense, or reduce the punishment.
Page 1892 - ... and some of the underlying circumstances from which the affiant concluded that the informant, whose identity was not disclosed, was "credible" or his information "reliable.
Page 1909 - ... would prejudge a conclusion which the jury should reach of its own volition. A presumption which would permit the jury to make an assumption which all the evidence considered together does not logically establish would give to a proven fact an artificial and fictional effect. In either case, this presumption would conflict with the overriding presumption of innocence with which the law endows the accused and which extends to every element of the crime.
Page 2001 - ... exhibitor. The records shall include any offspring born of any animal while in his or her possession or under his or her control.

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