"This is a case where if the facts presented here are the one's I heard in court, jury nullification would be the order of the day."
Actually, I have the feeling with the publicity, this woman will probably get off in some way.
The onus, however, is on the Florida legislature. Part of the problem with the law like this. It is obviously absurd as written and could be rewritten to eliminate this gross absurdity. But with the drug law hysteria died down somewhat, the Legislature doesn't want to pass even a less absurd version of this law---which would still be absurd in many ways. On the other hand, they don't have the nerve to throw out the mandatory sentences altogether.
I wouldn't count on it. Richard Paey is still in prison, and his story has been on 60 Minutes and written up in the National Review and the New York Times.