Baltimore judge ruled Wednesday that a case that could disrupt Maryland’s fledgling medical marijuana industry should proceed to trial.
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A U.S. ex-pharmaceutical sales representative accused of paying kickbacks to induce doctors to write prescriptions for an opioid drug is asserting he has a constitutional right to continue smoking marijuana so he can remain clear-headed for his defense. “It is a very creative defense,” said Keith Stroup, the legal counsel and founder of NORML, a…
On Tuesday, March 3, 2015, a federal jury acquitted a family of medical marijuana patients on four out five federal charges pressed against them.
One of the many problems created by the conflict between federal and state marijuana law is uncertainty in the enforceability of certain contracts.
According to Americans for Safe Access, a new judge has been assigned to the high profile medical marijuana case of the Kettle Falls Five.