Thank you. There are extenuating circumstances but how valid I am not sure. The subject (Terry) suffers from severe peripheral neuropathy requiring constant pain medication. Lengthy physician records documents treatment. According to Terry the only way he could get relief was occasional use of "Met". After he pleas guilty is this part of the information provided by the court and should he offer a plea of mercy for medical reason. He is jobless therefore a court appointed attorney will be his defense attorney. There is no evidence of sales or transporting, only possession
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