Antigua Court Grants Bail to Dominican National Facing Cannabis Charges

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Cliff Darroux, a Dominican national residing in Antigua, faces charges for possessing and cultivating cannabis plants.

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Antigua and Barbuda laws allow up to four weed plants per person, but Darroux had 41 plants at his home, weighing 40 pounds and valued at $80,000.

In court this week, Darroux was granted bail of $100,000, of which $10,000 must be paid in cash to the state.

He must surrender his Dominican passport, report to the nearest police station three times a week, and abide by bail conditions until his case concludes. His next hearing is scheduled for May 29.

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