Constructive Possession of Firearm

CASE LAW UPDATE:  Whether defendant was guilty of felon in possession of a firearm because he constructively possessed a firearm?   

Defendant was convicted of aiding and abetting felon in possession of a firearm.  He appealed his conviction.  The evidence showed that defendant constructively possessed a handgun and was in joint constructive possession of three (3) other handguns, and that he knew he was a member of the class prohibited for possessing the weapons.  Therefore, the conviction is affirmed.

United States v. Brooks-Davis, 19-2876.  Loken, J.  Appealed the the United States District Court, District of Minnesota.

Minnesota Firearms Charges Lawyer Lynne Torgerson was not attorney of record in this case.

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