Washington mushroom hunter faces five years in prison for psilocybin
Everyone here at Ladybud Magazine agrees with Corbett’s assertion that he should not face jail or criminal charges for picking mushrooms.
Corbett was arraigned on charges of felony possession of a controlled substance [for picking mushrooms]. He now faces up to five years in prison and a fine of as much as $10,000. He was offered a plea deal with a year’s probation, but that would be impossible. His partner, Joyce, uses medical cannabis to reduce her narcotic painkiller intake. If he accepted the plea and went on probation, he couldn’t even live in the home with her while she used cannabis. Corbett maintains that he did not commit a crime.
Original Article (Ladybud):
Washington Mushroom Hunter Faces Five Years in Prison for Psilocybin
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