I was in court recently defending a woman accused of giving contraband to a prisoner. There was/is NO proof offered during the hearing that she did so . . . however the prisoner was discovered to have had “contraband” on his person after the visit. The state kept attempting to argue that prisoners aren’t allowed to possess certain items and that there are policies in place to prevent that. When I questioned the police officers, they had to agree that sometimes prisoners get ahold of contraband . . . sometimes they get them from other inmates and other resources. Recently, a hit man was discovered to be in possession of “contraband”. You can read the article below . . . if this guy can get his hands on contraband and it not be found for sometime, than anyone can. It didn’t have to come from an outside source or my client.
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