Teen Faces Life In Prison Over Hash BrowniesYahoo! News
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A Texas teenager is facing five years to life in prison for allegedly baking and selling pot brownies.
Jacob Lavoro, a 19-year-old from Round Rock, Texas, was charged with a first degree felony because he used hash oil instead of marijuana, allowing the state to weigh the brownies as a whole -- including the sugar, cocoa, butter and other ingredients -- to calculate the weight of the drugs.