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Drug Sentence

The Ninth Circuit on Monday upheld a 10-year federal prison sentence for Sean Libbert after he conspired to import and sell millions of dollars worth of a synthetic Chinese cannabinoid known as spice or bath salts.

PASADENA, Calif. — The Ninth Circuit on Monday upheld a 10-year federal prison sentence for Sean Libbert after he conspired to import and sell millions of dollars worth of a synthetic Chinese cannabinoid known as spice or bath salts.

Categories / Appeals, Criminal

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