The defendant is alleged to have trafficked in narcotics mainly with underage "customers" have operated. In the end, however, the 24-year-old got off lightly, i.E. A custodial sentence, of which. One year and nine months was the sentence handed down by presiding judge michael eckstein after a hearing lasting just under five hours. The sentence was suspended for three years on probation. The decisive factor for the lenient sentence was that the young defendant had otherwise completed an orderly life, from graduating from school to completing vocational training. He had not yet come into contact with the law and was fully confessed.
As prosecutor daniel gotz reported from the indictment, the defendant was engaged in a large-scale trade in narcotics in the kulmbach area at the end of 2016 and the beginning of 2017. He did several drug deals with 15- and 16-year-olds, sold marijuana in small quantities for at least 10 euros each in at least three cases. At the beginning of february, the young man from kulmbach, germany, smuggled 90 grams from a hashish plate, which he had previously bought in bayreuth for 900 euros. He used 15 grams of hashish for his own consumption, the rest of the narcotics he doped for 15 euros a gram.