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Jeff Dubay - Personal Troubles
... Dubay was arrested in Maplewood for felony possession of a controlled substance ... arrest booking documents state the initial charge was, "Felony Possession Controlled Substance " and further references, "Statute Referenced Drugs - Sale More Than 2 ... Later was charged with crack cocaine possession ...
Seisin - In European Feudalism
... states, "ownership" of land, that is to say allodial possession, was generally restricted to monarchs and was thus rarely an operative principle ... Instead seisin was used a term signifying feudal possession ... writer Marc Bloch considers seisin to signify "possession made venerable by the lapse of time" and that "paper documentary evidence was not required to establish seisin, rather human memory of ...
Beaver V. R.
... the Supreme Court of Canada on the mens rea requirement in criminal law to prove "possession" ... The Court held that an offence based on possession, such as possession of a narcotic, requires the Crown to prove that the accused had subjective knowledge of the nature of ...
Mikhail Trepashkin - Investigation of Russian Apartment Bombings and Imprisonment
... Trepashkin was arrested for illegal arms possession ... He was convicted by a closed military court to four years for illegal arms possession, for revealing state secrets and for abuse of the office ... An appeal court later overturned the arms possession charge, but the other sentence remained ...
Possession - Arts and Entertainment - Other
... Possession (video game), a possibly cancelled console game. ...

Famous quotes containing the word possession:

    Between women love is contemplative; caresses are intended less to gain possession of the other than gradually to re-create the self through her; separateness is abolished, there is no struggle, no victory, no defeat; in exact reciprocity each is at once subject and object, sovereign and slave; duality become mutuality.
    Simone De Beauvoir (1908–1986)

    Even in our democratic New England towns the accidental possession of wealth, and its manifestation in dress and equipage alone, obtain for the possessor almost universal respect.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    There will, however, be no one in need among you, because the LORD is sure to bless you in the land that the LORD your God is giving you as a possession to occupy, if only you will obey the LORD your God by diligently observing this entire commandment that I command you today.
    Bible: Hebrew, Deuteronomy 15:4,5.