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Gippsland grandmother avoids conviction for growing cannabis for medicinal purposes

#Gippsland grandmother avoids conviction for growing cannabis for medicinal purposes

  • Police raided Gladman’s Stradbroke property in February where they found 46 cannabis plants.
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  • A Gippsland grandmother has been sentenced to a community corrections order for growing dozens of cannabis plants for medical purposes at her property near Sale.
  • Heather Gladman, 58, was charged with cultivating a drug of dependence but argued she had only supplied cannabis for free to terminally ill people, including a nine-year-old boy with an inoperable brain tumour.
  • Gippsland grandmother avoids conviction for growing cannabis for medicinal purposes

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A Gippsland grandmother is sentenced to a community corrections order for growing dozens of cannabis plants she says were only used to help terminally ill people.


Gippsland grandmother avoids conviction for growing cannabis for medicinal purposes

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