As Aaron Sandusky adjusts to his new environment at Federal Correctional Institution Big Spring in western Texas, he remains hopeful he will prevail on appeal.
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Aaron Sandusky, whom prosecutors said used the ambiguity of California’s medical marijuana laws to create an illegal, for-profit, grow-and-sell operation that included a cultivation warehouse in Ontario and dispensaries in Moreno Valley, Upland and Colton, was sentenced to the maximum 10 years in prison on Monday, Jan. 7.
Aaron Sandusky walked into federal court on Friday facing six marijuana-related charges, and a jury later that afternoon found him guilty of two of them. He is now facing a possible life sentence in federal prison.
Prosecutors offered a sizable array of evidence Wednesday in the medical-marijuana trial of Aaron Sandusky, former operator of dispensaries in Upland, Colton and Moreno Valley.
The president of three, now-closed, medical marijuana cooperatives in San Bernardino County will face drug trafficking charges Tuesday in court.
"This is a Constitutional battle, and we're going to defend our rights," says Aaron Sandusky, the owner of a medical marijuana dispensary in Upland, California who now faces federal drug trafficking charges even though he was operating within California state law.
After more than a month in jail, medical marijuana co-operative owner Aaron Sandusky is one step closer to being released after a U.S. District judge on Thursday approved an appraisal on a home Thursday to be used to satisfy Sandusky's bail.
An Aug. 7 trial date has been set for six men charged with violating federal drug laws in connection with the operation and supply of G3 Holistics, a three-store chain of medical marijuana stores in the Inland area.