Uruguay is home to the world’s first government-regulated national marketplace for pot, so it’s not surprising that growers have a competition for best marijuana.
Provincial court Judge Joseph Galati says sentence 'abhorrent or intolerable' to most Canadians.
Why would a judge imprison for nine months “a kind, hard-working” 52-year-old rancher who is remorseful for growing marijuana to cover his family’s medical and other bills?
Canada’s new mandatory minimum sentences for drug offenders are based on “very bad criminal law policy” and constitute a threat to public health as well as the concept of judicial proportionality, former Supreme Court of Canada Justice Louise Arbour says.
THREE and a half years ago, on my 62nd birthday, doctors discovered a mass on my pancreas. It turned out to be Stage 3 pancreatic cancer. I was told I would be dead in four to six months. Today I am in that rare coterie of people who have survived this long with the disease. But I did not foresee that after having dedicated myself for 40 years to a life of the law, including more than two decades as a New York State judge, my quest for ameliorative and palliative care would lead me to marijuana.
Lawmakers taking their time implementing medical marijuana law.
Texas Justice Becky Dean-Walker flip flops on plea bargain to free Willie for a fine or a song.
The Clay Times Journal has released the Grand jury report from August and 9 out of 11 indictments are for controlled substance violations.
These judges are terrorists and will be placed on the marijuana war criminals list.
Obama's pick for Supreme Court Justice, Judge Sonia Sotomayor, briefly discussed marijuana growing and privacy rights at her confirmation hearings.