Disabled Iraq War veteran faces five years in prison for marijuana possession after judge denies releasePosted by On


A disabled Iraq War veteran faces five years in prison for marijuana possession after an Alabama judge denied his release, citing his past criminal record.

Alabama circuit judge Samuel Junkin denied a motion that would allow Sean Worsley to move to a community supervision programme instead of a state prison on Wednesday.

Mr Worsley was arrested for marijuana possession while driving through Alabama from his home state of Arizona, where he has been legally prescribed the drug.  If convicted, he could face five years in the Alabama Department of Corrections.

The judge said that he denied Mr Worsley’s motion because of his past criminal records and attempts to leave the state.

“Because the Defendant has fled this jurisdiction both times he was released, failed to comply with any condition of bond or probation and has 5 felony convictions, including one he received while on probation from this Court’s sentence, this Court finds that the Defendant is not a suitable…

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