In practical terms, constructive possession applies when something is near you, or in your vicinity, but is not actually on your person. If that same firearm was found under the seat of the car you were in the prosecutor might make a constructive possession argument. Learn more about understanding constructive possession in a Tennessee criminal offense in this presentation.
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