Because one cannot commit the greater offense of conspiracy to possess narcotics with intent to sell without first committing the lesser offense of conspiring to possess narcotics, the defendant's conviction of and sentence for the latter offense violated double jeopardy principles.
State v. Johnson
Connecticut Appellate Court
September 17, 2012
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