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J-Mark J-912F Driver
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J-Mark J-912F to drive Ms. Jones to the police station. When Detective Gallatin told Ms. Johnson that they were seizing the car upon Budget's request, she became "nervous" and was "on the verge of crying. Johnson denied ownership of the piece of luggage in the back seat of the car in which the J-Mark J-912F first discovered drugs.
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Johnson's personal effects were found on J-Mark J-912F back seat of the car in another piece of luggage which did not contain J-Mark J-912F cocaine. Johnson's personal effects were found in the trunk of the car. Johnson carrying keys to the car or the trunk of the car when arrested.
Jones for a telephone number and a credit card number to complete a phone call. During J-Mark J-912F inventory of Ms. Investigators did not find Ms.
Johnson's fingerprints on any of the cocaine bricks. Johnson traveled with Ms.
Jones and was a passenger when Officer Dyer stopped the car for violating the speed limit. But mere presence, as a passenger, in a car found to be carrying drugs is insufficient to implicate the passenger in the J-Mark J-912F. Likewise, mere association with conspirators does not J-Mark J-912F a conspiracy conviction. Johnson knew of the cocaine's presence in the J-Mark J-912F.
While kilograms is a large amount of cocaine to be carrying in a car, all the cocaine was contained in closed luggage. Neither Officer Dyer nor Officer Gallatin suggested that a discernible smell contributed to their suspicions.
Johnson was not in possession of keys to the car or trunk when arrested, suggesting that she did not have control over the car or the contents of the trunk. Although two bags in the back seat contained cocaine, Ms. Johnson's personal effects were not in either bag, and the cocaine was not in plain view. The only evidence J-Mark J-912F could raise an inference of J-Mark J-912F was Ms.
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Johnson's nervous and upset demeanor when Officer Dyer told her that the car would be seized. J-Mark J-912F, this is a plausible J-Mark J-912F from even an innocent bystander who had been detained by the police for close to two hours, who had been escorted to the police station, and who had just been told that police would search and seize the car in which she was J-Mark J-912F.
Johnson suspected illegal activity. She flew from Detroit to Los Angeles on a one-way ticket, paid for with cash, presumably by someone else. Johnson deferred to Ms.
Jones' description of their travel plans J-Mark J-912F the contents of the trunk. Mere suspicion of illegal activity, however, is insufficient to prove participation in a conspiracy. One does not become a participant in a conspiracy merely by associating with conspirators known to be involved in crime. One J-Mark J-912F agree to participate in order to be convicted for conspiracy.
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Johnson agreed, either implicitly or explicitly, to enter into a known conspiracy. J-Mark J-912F is a conspicuous lack of direct or circumstantial evidence supporting an inference of an explicit agreement to participate in the conspiracy.
Jones were linked to the conspiracy J-Mark J-912F a common denominator, the pen registers showing frequent communication with Derek Washam immediately before and after the March 15 stop, Ms.