Supreme Court suspends final year of drug sentence after accused makes late guilty plea

Tautea ngāue pōpula ‘a Christopher Ta’ufo’ou laka hake ‘i ha ta’u ‘e ua ki he ma’u mo e malisuana. Ne ma’u ia mo ha kalami kenapisi ‘e 634.54 pehē foki ki he ma’u ia mo ha me’afana laifolo 22 mo ha mahafu ka ne ‘ikai ha’ane laiseni.

The Supreme Court has sentenced Christopher Ta’ufo’ou to  more than two years in jail for possession of marijuana. Ta’ufo’ou was sentenced to two years and three months for possession. He was arrested on  March 17, 2017, after being found in possession of a substantial amount of cannabis, totalling 635.54 grams. This comprised one bag containing…

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