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A Chesterfield County man charged with felony possession of more than 50 marijuana plants will serve 10 days in jail and pay a fine after pleading guilty to two misdemeanors — a case his attorney says illustrates the inconsistencies in Virginia’s new cannabis law and the confusion it can create for recreational pot users trying to navigate the rules.

A Chesterfield County man charged with felony possession of more than 50 marijuana plants will serve 10 days in jail and pay a fine after pleading guilty to two misdemeanors — a case his attorney says illustrates the inconsistencies in Virginia’s new cannabis law and the confusion it can create for recreational pot users trying to navigate the rules.

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A Chesterfield County man charged with attacking two senior citizens in Richmond, killing one of them, was a decorated Marine and scout sniper who testified last year during his sentencing in a firearm case that he suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder and physical injuries that have left him disabled.

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