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Josh Welch - The Case of Patricia SpottedCrow

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A $31 marijuana sale has landed 25-year-old Oklahoma mother of four Patricia Spottedcrow and a grandmother 10 years in prison.

Police say Spottedcrow and her 50-year-old mother Delita Starr sold $11 worth of pot to an undercover cop at her home in 2009 on New Year's Eve, according to The Oklahoman. Two weeks later, the cop came back and bought $20 worth of marijuana.
Both women were arrested and charged with drug distribution. And since Spottedcrow's children were present in the home during the drug deal, the pair was also charged with possession of a dangerous substance in the presence of a minor, according to the paper.
The Oklahoman reports that prosecutors tried to cut a deal, but both women decided to plead guilty and take their chances with the judge, since they had no prior convictions.  Spottedcrow began her sentence on Dec. 29, 2010.
Josh Welch, Trial Lawyer, 101 Park Avenue Suite 600, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73102 (o), 405.232.9800, (f) 405.232.1608, (e) jwelch@jwelchlawfirm.com, (web) www.joshwelchlaw.com