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Police & bogus probable cause, smelling Marijuana
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Hello, my name is Candi. I have been charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of small amount of marijuana, and 3 counts of paraphernalia. I have ptsd, fibromyalgia, and depression. Rather than treat my conditions with opiates and psych medication, I choose a safer alternative and I use Marjiana. 

Because I chose to medicate this way, I am now facing a maximum of up to 4 years and 30 days in prison. A minimum of probation, if imposed I would not be able to continue with my choice of medication. 

The officer stated he smelled marijiana, he was at a gas pump at least 50ft away from me, coming from my car. All an officer needs to say is he smells it for probable cause. 

I have found the only expert witness in the subject of smelling marijuana . He published a study, through the University of Pennsylvania, about probable cause and smelling Marjiana. He is willing to be my expert witness. 

My constitutional rights were violated when this officer approached my parked car and lied. Through the process, I was appointed a public defender, who was ineffective. I fired her and represented myself at my preliminary hearing. In retaliation of using my constitutional right to my preliminary hearing, the district attorney added two of the three paraphernalia charges im charged with.

Curruption starts small. If this officer is able to get away with lying in this case, what else will he lie about? If the public defender is allowed to provide crappy council, where is the Justice? If the district attorney is allowed to use her power to punish those asserting their rights, that is an abuse of power. 

Help me afford my expert witness, and it will also help others. Exposing a corrupt system will help others, not just me. 

Thank you in advance for any and all support. ❤️

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