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Man waits 20 years for ruling in 0.02 gram cannabis case

A ruling has finally been made in the case of a 63-year-old Maltese man who was charged with cultivating 0.02 grams of cannabis in 2001.

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Eugenio Camenzuli was handed a suspended sentence and, as long as he does not re-offend, will not face any prison time.

According to Malta Today, during the first sitting of the case in 2006, Camenzuli faced six months in prison and a Lm200 ($684) fine, the minimum sentence for cultivating cannabis.

Camenzuli allegedly planted three cannabis seeds but tossed them out of his window when police arrived at his home.

According to Lovin Malta, police took 18 months to

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