constructive transfer

constructive transfer
A transfer of an item (e.g. a controlled substance), either belonging to an individual or under the individual's control, by some other person or agency at the instance or direction of the individual accused of such constructive transfer. Henderson v. State, Tex.App. 14 Dist., 681 S.W.2d 173, 174

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