Nice try, but I don't think Tennessee would agree that just because you're a helpful guy and a better canoer than most you deserve the right to possess controlled substances. Marijuana is not decriminalized in your state. ANY amount of it in your possession is an misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in jail and a minimum fine of
if what i am dealing with is just maybe a fine with probation...( i am aware of the possibilty of jail, but with no priors i would like to doubt this possibility, call me naive) is there anyway to confess to my fiance's charge at court? it was really my fault that got us caught...she wasn't even in my canoe. and the stuff she had was mine anyways.
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