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Need tips to hide pot? Ex-cop has some for sale
violatedrights | July 5, 2007 at 02:09 amby
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Frederick Moss, a law professor at Southern Methodist University, said Cooper appears to be protected by the First Amendment and probably cannot be charged with conspiracy or aiding and abetting because he has no direct relationship with the customers he counsels in how to break the law.