Snoop’s legal counsel in Norway, Holger Hagesaeter, told The Associated Press on Saturday that his client “can live with the decision” and has no immediate plans to appeal it.
As we reported, Snoop Dogg (real name: Calvin Broadus) was on his way to a music festival in southern Norway in June when sniffer dogs detected eight grams of marijuana in his luggage.
He was also carrying more cash than is legally allowed and was fined 52,000 kroner ($8,600) after admitting to the two offenses, Attorney Hagesaeter said.
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