Alright well it's not quite that simple. So for those of you who don't know what the current marijuana climate in canada is i will enlighten you.
This is how it is. in 2000 the court of appeal threw out the current (at the time) marijuana laws in canada, and gave the government one year to replace the law. They replaced it with the Medical Marijuana Access Regulations...but that only deals with medical marijuana and not every day non-medical use. That means there is essentially no current law in ontario.
Just last week, a judge threw out a possession case of a 16 year old guy saying that there was no law to try him against. So he let him go. Now for those of you with no legal knowledge, that sets a precedence which means that all courts must handle the case the same way or else you could just appeal it because you cant have the courts handing out penalties for a law that has been voided.
So, you will still get arrested BUT when you go to court you will almost for sure get off. At least until the appeal form Ottawa goes through, but i would risk to say that ottawa isn't going to stand a chance in the appeal process :-)
So anyways, spark up a fattie and celebrate to this one!
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