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In determining if there was intent to sell, factors which may be considered include the packaging of the controlled substance, the quantity found, the presence of cash or drug paraphernalia, and the suspect's activities. If the circumstantial
Before a high-speed chase Monday that led to shots fired at officers, one of the suspects had tried to sell marijuana and a gun to the carjacking victims, according to police records. Hugo Baldovinos, 21, of North Las Vegas, and a juvenile, Roland
A Golden Gate Estates man is accused of selling marijuana to an undercover detective on three occasions earlier this year. Collier County deputies say Michael Christopher Tucker, 22, sold the undercover officer marijuana on three dates in April.
At the recently concluded American Bar Association Annual Meeting in San Franciscoas at most other gatheringslawyers like to talk. They may be contentious or cooperative, but they do like to talk. Especially about something controversial, and
Many of you probably didn't read about the double execution-style homicide that we had here in Denver, where people were laid down on the floor and executed because they were running a medical marijuana outlet." But on Tuesday, Morrissey said the
Seems like the feds are shooting themselves in the foot when it comes to the potential of marijuana as a taxable revenue, but what else is new? Via NPR : Voters in Washington and Colorado just approved measures legalizing marijuana for recreational
November 16, 2012 Voters in Washington and Colorado just approved measures legalizing marijuana for recreational use. But businesses that want to sell marijuana in those states will face a problem: No bank wants to do business with them.
Steamboat Springs If Amendment 64 passes Tuesday, Steamboat Springs officials wants to make sure they have local rules in place to regulate the businesses that could sell marijuana for recreational use. An emergency ordinance is on the Steamboat
Uruguay (AP) — Peaceful Uruguay is planning a novel approach to fighting its rising crime: having its government sell marijuana to take drug profits out of the hands of dealers. Under the plan backed by President Jose Mujica's
Uruguay government aims to legalise marijuana Uruguay's illegal marijuana market is estimated to be about $75m (£48m) a year Uruguay has unveiled a plan to allow state-controlled sales of marijuana to fight a rise in drug-related crime. Under the