Ms. Johnson’s client’s purse had been left unwatched while the police were talking to people. Eventually, the police searched her purse and found methamphetamine and cocaine. So, the police charged Ms. Johnson’s client with that possession. At trial, Ms. Johnson explored for the jury how long that purse had been left unwatched while all these other people had access to the purse and who knew the police were searching people. The jury agreed that it was impossible to know beyond a reasonable doubt who put the drugs in that purse. Accordingly, Ms. Johnson’s client was found Not Guilty.