POSSESSION of MARIJUANA for SALE (15 SEPARATE BAGGIES) REDUCED to PROBATION with ZERO DAYS in JAIL– State v. Mr. A (DMC No. 6916) (Maricopa County Juvenile Court No. JV544394): Police were called to a Circle K regarding 2 suspicious vehicles that were in the parking lot. When Police arrived, they walked up to Mr. A’s vehicle and smelled the odor of burnt Marijuana. They ultimately spotted a pipe on the floors, ordered everyone out of the car and conducted a search. 15 separate baggies of Marijuana, a ledger, and scales were found. Mr. A was charged with Possession of Marijuana for sale, a class 4 Felony. He was also charged with Misconduct Involving Weapons and Under Aged Consumption. Although Prosecutors originally wanted to put Mr. A in jail, we were able to convince the judge to include no time in jail is part of Mr. A’s Supervised Probation. Because the case was kept in Juvenile Court, Once Mr. A turned 18 there was no conviction on his record.