United States District Court, Northern District of Texas, Amarillo Division | Case Number 2:19-cr-00190 | DISMISSED
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Our client was found not guilty of possession of marijuana by a Tarrant county jury after two days of trial. The jury agreed with us that the government failed to prove their case. The government subsequently dismissed his unlawful carry of a weapon charge.
Possession of Marijuana reduced to paraphernalia in Denton 3/25. We tried to pick a jury, but 25 of 35 potential jurors thought cannabis should be legal, and prosecuting these cases was an offensive use of government resources.
Possession of Marijuana dismissed in Dallas County on Monday 3/18.
Monday February 4, possession of marijuana 0-2 ounces, Dallas Co, Dismissed
Friday, February 1, possession of THC 1-4g, Dallas Co, Dismissed
Monday, January 28, possession of THC 4-400g, Montague County, Dismissed
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