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State v. Cargile
Ohio Court of Appeals
2008 WL 2350644 (2008)
An individual was assaulted by a group of young men, and his cell phone was taken from his pocket. Cleveland Cargile (defendant) was identified as one of the assailants. Cargile was arrested, handcuffed, patted down, and transported to jail. Before entering the jail, a police officer warned Cargile that it would be a crime to convey drugs into the jail and Cargile should tell the officer if he had any contraband. Cargile denied having any contraband. When Cargile was being booked, the officers saw Cargile move his right leg and found three bags of marijuana concealed in Cargile’s pant-leg cuff. Cargile was charged with robbery and illegal conveyance of a controlled substance into a detention facility. After trial, a jury found him not guilty of robbery but guilty of the conveyance charge. On appeal, Cargile argued that the evidence was insufficient to support his conviction.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (McMonagle, J.)
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