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YouTube pot growing leads to notice to plead guilty
The plea deal was struck just months after Berry was arrested again in Lawrence, Mass., for growing more marijuana in his apartment.
A judge will ultimately decide on Berry’s sentence at a plea and sentencing hearing on Aug. 27, according to court documents.
Berry faces up to 7 ½ to 15 years in state prison, but the plea deal signals that he will likely face a lesser sentence in exchange for his guilty plea.
Prosecutors contended that Berry failed to adhere to bail conditions in light of his his April 22 arrest in Lawrence in another pot-growing case.
Berry came to court last month with packet called a “Marijuana Recommendation Kit” that was signed by a Methuen, Mass., doctor.
Massachusetts recently passed a medical marijuana law in November. The state’s Department of Public Health is developing regulations, but has yet to create a registration process for patients.
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