Federal Marijuana Case-Equal Justice

Posted by Thomas Brown | Oct 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

The view of at least one federal judge in Maryland regarding federal prosecution of serious marijuana cases citing that "equal justice" mandated a lesser sentence than the sentencing guidelines. news/maryland/crime/blog/bs- md-ci-marijuana-sentence-reduced-20131028,0,4542403.story

Marijuana cases in state court are the subject of misunderstanding and confusion by many regarding the current status of the prosecution of marijuana laws involving simple possession as well as more serious felony charges. If you are charged with this type of crime in Cecil County, please feel free to contact me to discuss your options.

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Thomas Brown

Mr. Brown has been a trial attorney for his entire legal career. He appears in court on a daily basis representing criminal defendants in trials, preliminary hearings, violation of probation and bail reviews in District and Circuit Court. In addition to his extensive jury trial experience in Ceci...


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