Case Study

Growing Marijuana Plants
Chages: Felony Drug Possesion
Court: Circuit Court

Charges: Felony Drug Possesion
Court: Leon County / Circuit Court

Facts

Client’s premises were entered without a warrant on the basis of a welfare check.

Thereafter, law enforcement discovered numerous marijuana plants and client was charged with cultivation of cannabis, a third-degree felony, punishable by up to five years’ incarceration.

Outcome

After negotiations with the state attorney client plead to a misdemeanor marijuana possession charge and was placed on probation.

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