A Michigan man who owned dispensaries in between 2010 and 2016 was sentenced to nearly 16 years in federal prison.
- Danny Trevino, 47, had been convicted of multiple federal charges, but no state charges. The sentence he received was at the low end of the sentencing guidelines.
- “Federal law has not changed,” U.S. District Judge Paul Maloney said. He noted that Congress has eliminated the mandatory minimum sentence for crack cocaine, but not for marijuana.
- “What you saw is a travesty,” Detroit resident Richard Clement said.