modern approach in your analysis.

Question 41 Albert wants some methamphetamine. He tells Benny to get some for him, “or else.” Benny doesn’t really want to do this, but he owes money to Albert, and Albert is a violent and scary man. So, Benny asks Charlie to “cook” up some of the drug. Benny buys the ingredients and offers to pay Charlie $100 to make a batch. Charlie was a Nobel Prize winning chemist before a lab accident removed part of his brain and much of his sanity. Charlie still loves playing in his lab, and he is fond of money, so he agrees. However, in his scatterbrained state, he is sidetracked by a fascinating chemistry question while working on the process, and instead of meth he makes marshmallows. Angry and afraid, Benny takes the $100 he intended to pay to Charlie and goes to Dave. Benny gives the $100 to Dave, who hands over about $50 worth of meth which Benny gives to Albert, who seems satisfied for now. Possession, manufacture and distribution of meth are all crimes. What are the potential criminal responsibilities of the above-named characters, and what defenses, if any, are available to them? Use either a common law or a modern approach in your analysis.