Pot patient whose case went to Wash. Supreme Court is sentenced
angryindian | January 25, 2007 at 05:44 pmby
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A medical marijuana patient who lost her case before the state Supreme Court last fall was sentenced today to 60 days home confinement, after her lawyers argued that she was too sick to spend any time in jail.
Sharon Tracy, 53, said she was "overjoyed" with the sentence handed down by Skamania County Superior Court Judge E. Thompson Reynolds. She also must perform 30 days of community service and pay $3,000 to help cover the cost of her appeal.