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Jodie and Marc Emery have pleaded guilty to trafficking-related offences. CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young Nine months after they were targeted in a country-wide police sting, cannabis activists Marc and Jodie Emery have been sentenced to two years of probation and $150,000 fines for drug trafficking-related offences. The couple pleaded guilty Monday to possession for the purpose of trafficking, and possession of the proceeds of crime. Marc Emery additionally pleaded guilty to trafficking marijuana. In addition to the fines, they were ordered not to take part in the illegal cannabis industry. Addressing the court, the Emerys’ lawyer Jack Lloyd argued his clients operated dispensaries as a form of civil disobedience to protest unfair laws. Marc and Jodie Emery Convicted of Selling Weed

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