In order to prove possession of a controlled substance the state must prove defendant knowingly and intentionally possessed the substance and knew of its nature state v fuente 871 sw2d 438 442 mo banc 1994 knowledge that a defendant possessed a controlled substance may be shown by circumstantial evidence state v. Opinion for state v halliburton 539 nw2d 339 brought to you by free law project a non profit dedicated to creating high quality open legal information. Halliburton alleges the trial court erred in admitting the following various pre and post autopsy photographs purported bad acts evidence of halliburtons prior involvement in a burglary at the victims home and alleged vouching testimony from one of the states witnesses. Docket no no ed 74110 judges richard b teitelman judge attorneys jeremiah w jay nixon atty gen barbara k chesser asst atty gen jefferson city for . Docket no no w2011 02309 cca r3 cd judges camille r mcmullen attorneys james e lanier district public defender howell tod taylor assistant public defender for the defendant appellant doris sharphine halliburton
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