In an unusual unanimous decision, the US Supreme Court Wednesday ruled that police in almost all cases must obtain a search warrant before searching cell phones or other mobile devices.
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An Indonesian court Tuesday sentenced a British woman to death for trying to smuggle about 10 pounds of cocaine into the resort island of Bali, the anti-death penalty group Hands off Cain reported. Lindsay Sandiford, 56, cried when she heard the sentence, but had no other comment before being led back to jail.
A U.S. appeals court Tuesday rejected a petition to reclassify marijuana from its current federal status as a dangerous drug with no accepted medical use.
A state appeals court ruled in San Francisco on Monday that trial judges can ban the use of medical marijuana in some cases as a condition of probation for people convicted of possessing the drug for sale.
5,500 medical marijuana card holders in Montana will likely lose their current providers after the Montana Supreme Court denied a request by medical marijuana advocates to revisit its ruling last month that there is no constitutional right to access the drug.
A medical marijuana dispensary being sued by the city of Rancho Mirage is apparently clear to reopen after a Riverside County Superior Court judge denied a preliminary injunction sought to keep it closed during litigation.
A state appeals court affirmed the legality of medical marijuana dispensaries under California law and rejected bans imposed by municipalities.
A Bozeman couple that operated medical marijuana dispensaries in Dillon, Big Sky and Bozeman were sentenced in federal court this week.
A judge on the state's highest court today ordered a change in a planned ballot question to legalize medical marijuana in order to better describe the effect of a "yes" vote to approve the question.