An Illinois man who purchased 430 marijuana-infused chocolate bars whereas he was battling stage-three most cancers has been sentenced to 4 years in jail, The Chicago Tribune reviews. Thomas Franzen pleaded responsible to a decreased cost after officers intercepted a bundle containing a“42-pound bag” of THC-infused candies from a California dispensary in 2014. The courtroom dismissed extra severe costs of cannabis trafficking and gave him a decrease cost of possessing greater than “5,000 grams of cannabis”—which usually requires 4 to 14 years in jail. “He’s very relieved to have the case over,” Franzen’s lawyer advised the newspaper. “The decide was cognizant of his well being and wished to offer him a break, however finally 40 kilos of cannabis is a big quantity.” Franzen was identified with stage-three testicular most cancers that unfold to his lungs and stomach cavity, and has a “reoccurrence of renal cell most cancers” in one in all his kidneys. He’s due again in courtroom on June 14, the place medical outcomes will decide if he ought to start serving his jail time period.