Can an accused be found in possession of all drugs found in a house?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from R. v. Chiem, 2002 BCPC 587 (CanLII):

Further, in Marson v. The Queen (phonetic) [1979] 455 C.C. (2d) 415, the court held that an accused could be found in possession of some or all of the drugs found in a particular house.

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