Woman who faced 12 years for selling $31 of pot is paroled12/1/2012
A woman who faced a 12-year prison sentence for selling a grand total of $31 worth of pot was paroled Thursday, after local protests sparked a review of her case. Patricia Spottedcrow was jailed in December 2010 after selling a "dime bag" of marijuana to a police informant — her first offense. Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin approved the parole, based on a universal decision to free her by the state Pardon and Parole Board. Though Spottedcrow, a mother of four, was released in the morning, she'll wait until later today to see her children — so as not to break their perfect-attendance record at school. [Source]
Click to see more on msnNOW.com, updated 24 hours a day.
Do you think marijuana should be legal?