The classification of a prior conviction will be made in accordance with the law applicable at the time of the current crime of conviction. See State v. Keel, 302 Kan. 560, 357 P.3d 251 (2015). We have found no cases that specifically apply Keel to marijuana priors, but in an unpublished Court of Appeals decision, State v. Patrick the court applied Keel to a prior Driving While Habitual Violator conviction. When the defendant was convicted of Driving While Habitual Violator, it was a non-person felony. However, when he was convicted of the current offenses, it was classified as a non-person misdemeanor, thus applying Keel, the court said that it should have been classified as a misdemeanor. See State v. Patrick, No. 116,660, 2018 WL 4373053 (Kan.App.2018) (unpublished). Using this rationale, previous First Possession of Marijuana convictions would be classified as a B misdemeanor. Thus, it would not be scored for criminal history purposes. Previous Second Possession of Marijuana convictions would be scored as Class A non-person misdemeanors.