Prosecutor refers lawyer’s pot case to court diversion

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A 61-year-old Windsor lawyer facing felony marijuana possession charges is getting a chance to clear her record.

The case of Martha Davis was referred to the court diversion program. If she successfully completes the program she will have no criminal record.

Windsor County State’s Attorney Robert Sand says it’s the appropriate way to deal with the case.

Davis was charged earlier this year after game wardens looking for a dead deer found marijuana growing on her property. A subsequent search of her home found 2 and a half pounds of marijuana.

Sand says it’s typical for first-time marijuana offenders in Windsor County to be sent to the court diversion program.

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