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Changing weight changes marijuana charge against Scotia man

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The Schenectady County District Attorney’s Office will take a more patient approach to marijuana-growing cases in the future after a Scotia man initially indicted on a felony charge ended up being sentenced for a misdemeanor because of the changing weight of the drug. Scotia police raided the apartment of Roberto Bidinost, 42, of Sanders Avenue, in May 2011, finding 54 marijuana plants. Officials said the plants were in varying stages of cultivation -- one evidence ...


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