Placer county authorities want a good friend of mine, Steve Kubby, to go on
felony probation for three years, pay $10,000 in fines, wear an electronic
monitor, pee test, and be subject to unannounced drug tests and searches.
Under no condition, will he be allowed to use medical marijuana, only
Marinol and smoking one joint or getting arrested for anything would send
him to state prison for a minimum of six months.
Steve and his beautiful wife, Michele, believe such a probation would be a
death sentence for him.
They need as many people as possible to attend the sentencing hearing there
in Auburn. Their attorneys will argue that convicting Steve of felonies for
unusable amounts of a mushroom stem and some cactus buttons is a mockery of
the law. A large crowd would help persuade the judge to reduce these
convictions to misdemeanors.
If you live in the area or if you are able to travel that way, this Friday,
please attend their hearing. Steve, Michele and their two daughters are so magical. They have been through so much and they deserve
to live in peace again. Below is some information on their case and details
of the hearing that is to take place this Friday.
In unity and love,
AUBURN — Defendant Steve Kubby expressed his concern that the law is being misused for political purposes to deliberately hang felonies on someone engaged in political work. Kubby will appear at a sentencing hearing this Friday on felony convictions for possession of a magic mushroom stem and some tiny peyote cactus buttons.
“Sentencing someone with two felonies for such trivial offenses makes a mockery of the law,” Kubby argued. “How can society maintain respect for law and order when a mushroom stem and some tiny cactus buttons in a 35 mm film can result in felony convictions? How can anyone respect law our criminal justice system if this is the way the law is enforced?”
“That mushroom stem was not a usable amount, it was ten years old, and it was packed with corriander seeds to prove a theory I published in a book I wrote that was critically acclaimed,” Kubby charged.
Kubby said that to this day, neither he nor his wife have seen the film can that was found in their guest bedroom. That too was not a usable quantity.
Attorneys for Kubby will argue that the law is not being applied properly or fairly and that these two felony convictions should be changed into misdemeanors instead.
The Kubby sentencing hearing is scheduled for Friday, March 2nd at 8:30 a.m. in Judge John L. Cosgrove’s courtroom in Department 10 at the DeWitt Center.
THE KUBBY SENTENCING HEARING MARCH 2ND AT 8:30 A.M. IN JUDGE JOHN L. COSGROVE’S COURTROOM IN DEPARTMENT 10 AT THE DEWITT CENTER (1/2 hour east of from Sacramento)
DIRECTIONS TO DEWITT CENTER COURT:
Coming from Sacramento and the Bay Area; take Interstate 80 through Auburn and exit at the Bell Road exit.
Turn left on Bell Road and go about 2 miles down Bell Road.
At about the 2 mile point you will approach the intersections of Highway 49 and Bell Road.
Continue going straight through that intersection for about 2 more blocks until you find First Avenue, then turn left onto First Avenue.
Go down First Avenue to B Avenue and take a right.
The Courts are located about in the middle of B Avenue on your left hand side.
Parking is available on the right hand side of that street, directly across from the Courts.
Detailed map of DeWitt Center at: www.placer.ca.gov/maps/dewitt1.htm
Address: 120 Grass Valley Highway
Auburn, California 95603 USA
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