Ross Ulbricht, AKA Dread Pirate Roberts, pioneered selling drugs through the Dark Web. Now he faces dying behind bars.
The US Supreme Court Monday declined to review a lower court ruling that found Florida Gov. Rick Scott's (R) plan to randomly drug test state employees unconstitutional.
The Crown is appealing a B.C. Supreme Court decision that allows patients authorized to use medical marijuana to drink it in tea or bake it in their brownies and cookies.
The Michigan Supreme Court has heard arguments about a Grand Rapid suburb's efforts to ban medical marijuana, even though it's legal under state law.
The US Supreme Court Monday declined to hear an appeal from medical marijuana advocacy groups who had challenged the DEA's decision to maintain marijuana's status as a Schedule I drug under the Controlled Substances Act, the category reserved for the most dangerous substances.
In a recent interview in Britain's Event Magazine, academy award winning actor Michael Douglas vowed to fight for a complete overhaul of America's legal system.
The city refuses to give up its fight against the federal government's attempt to shut down the nation's largest medical marijuana dispensary.
San Francisco city officials indefinitely suspended the city's medical marijuana dispensary permitting program on Wednesday, according to the Department of Public Health.
The Crown is appealing for a longer sentence for a marijuana activist who set up a "daktory" in West Auckland where cannabis users could smoke in peace.
New Jersey passed a medical marijuana law in January 2010 and, after delays, a series of alternative treatment centers (dispensaries) are set to open soon, but none of that has proven any help to multiple sclerosis sufferer and medical marijuana patient John Ray Wilson.