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Marijuana possession charge dropped for Kentucky DE

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After receiving a citation for possession of a small amount of marijuana, Kentucky defensive end is escaping any further legal trouble. Jason Hatcher‘s marijuana possession charge was dismissed by a county court after completing a marijuana education course according to a report by The Courier-Journal.

“He’s never had any sort of criminal charge before in his life,” Scott C. Cox, Hatcher’s attorney, said to The Courier-Journal. “His case is scheduled to be expunged on August 18.”

Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops says Hatcher’s situation will be handled internally from this point on. Hatcher was suspended for one game last season by Stoops for a violation of team rules.

Hatcher had been cited for the possession along with Louisville wide receiver James Quick. The two former high school teammates were given citations by Louisville campus police. Quick was cited for possession of 39.5 grams of marijuana, significantly more than Hatcher according to the police report.

Quick apparently has some more work to do before getting in the good graces with Cardinals head coach Bobby Petrino. Petrino told The Courier-Journal Quick has disappointed the new head coach and he will be given an opportunity make up for his actions as the program will keep Quick on the roster.

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7 Responses to “Marijuana possession charge dropped for Kentucky DE”
  1. jrs45 says: Jun 21, 2014 11:03 AM

    SEC chants!!!

  2. caliboss says: Jun 21, 2014 2:55 PM

    the greatest plant in the universe is almost free, LET FREEDOM RING! 13

    ENLIGHTENMENT…i was a brainwashed evil, mean, christian conservative until i tried it at 17 years old…i hated gays, immigrants, women’s rights, blacks, marijuana, i was Rush Limbaugh’s #1 fan….until i smoked marijuana….changed the world, hope the EVIL POPE is enjoying the marijuana revolution around the globe, keeping the flock brainwashed and against marijuana, gays, and women’s rights…you don’t deny ease from pain and suffering for billions of people unless you are PURE 666 EVIL…

    1000s of my friends and family have grown 30-99 plants for 20 years, thanks for keeping prices high and NORCAL wealthy…#1 crop in cali = $15 Billion Untaxed…

    “any doctor against marijuana is a doctor of death” – cali secret 420

    from 0 states to half the country, from low 20% approval to almost 70%, cali runs this planet by 2 decades, time to tie marijuana to the 2014, 2016 elections, out with the old, in with the new

    20 years behind us southern states and NEW YORK, sad and scary….nobody denies freedoms like the south, nobody…the top ten incarcerators on the planet are southern states and more blacks are in prison then were slaves before the civil war…even if marijuana reforms did pass the republiCANTS in charge would deny you all your freedoms, centuries of practice…no matter though, we never planned on getting your backwards brethren from day one, half the country already but not one southern state, lol…not 1….the new generations are taking over in the south and they are nothing like their freedom denying parents, let’s ride…

    Deaths by Alcohol: Millions
    
Deaths by Tobacco: Millions

    Deaths by Prescription Drugs: Quadrupled in last decade
    
Deaths by Guns: Millions
    
Deaths by the food we are fed: Millions
    
Deaths by Marijuana: 0, ever…they are killing my American family while denying freedom

    love and freedom forever

    AMERICA’S WAR ON DRUGS IS A WAR ON AMERICANS! 33

  3. jrs45 says: Jun 21, 2014 4:18 PM

    Sec

  4. Sheree Krider says: Jun 21, 2014 8:22 PM

    Reblogged this on Kentucky Marijuana Party.

  5. texasbornlsufan says: Jun 22, 2014 9:10 AM

    Petrino is disappointed!!!!! Really!!!!
    Patrino. WOW

  6. onbucky96 says: Jun 22, 2014 9:45 AM

    Huh? Charges dropped against an SEC player? Wow.

  7. warjag55 says: Jun 23, 2014 12:14 AM

    If there ever was a state were weed should be legal its Kentucky. Everyone smokes it.

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