A B.C. judge has ruled the law prohibiting the possession of marijuana does not exist. Provincial court Judge Patrick Chen found the law went up in smoke three years ago when Ontario's top appeal court found it invalid.
'As a result, there was no longer any prohibition or penalty . . . for simple possession of marijuana. It follows, therefore, there is no offence known to law at this time for simple possession of marijuana.'
Chen's ruling, however, will not have widespread application or be binding on other judges, even at the provincial court level, said lawyer John Conroy, who specializes in marijuana law.
ice-is-scary, shut the fuck up. im going to college in BC for other reasons. A-for the skiing. B-Drinking age is 19. C-the weed. D-for the skiing. E-America is fucked.
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God is a concept by which we measure our pain - John Lennon
ice is scary where the fuck are you from are you kdding its hard to find? You should meet some new people. I can get herb easier than i can get alcohol and almost easier than cigs. There are like 10 people i could call and in under an hour ill be cheifing a fatty bowl
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who needs legal, i like to smoke in my house anyway, and thanks to seattle intiative 75 personal cannibas use in private residences is less important than a parking ticket.