A plea deal that could have resolved Willie Nelson's marijuana possession case in West Texas with a fine was rejected by a judge. She says, the country singer shouldn't get any special treatment.

Nelson was arrested by Border patrol agents for possessing 6 ounces of marijuana on Nelson's tour bus in November.

Hudspeth County Judge Becky Dean-Walker rejected prosecutor Kit Bramblett's suggestion that Nelson would resolve the case by pleading guilty and paying a $500 fine for possession of drug paraphernalia, an AP report said.

Dean-Walker claims the prosecutor doesn't do that for anybody else.

According to the judge Nelson should be charged with the offense of marijuana possession, which can result in the singer spending up to an year in jail.