Colorado Supreme Court rules convicts can use medical [cannabis] while on probation

The Colorado Supreme Court just ruled that denying a criminal defendant the right to use medical marijuana while serving probation is a violation of the state’s constitution.

According to the state’s medical marijuana statute, a defendant cannot be prevented from using medical marijuana unless the prosecution can supply evidence showing that this prohibition is necessary. In [this] case, the judge did the exact opposite, by placing the burden of proof on the defendant. The ruling establishes that medical marijuana use is protected under the State constitution.

Original Article (Merry Jane):
Colorado Supreme Court Rules Convicts Can Use Medical Weed While on Probation
Artwork Fair Use: Hustvedt


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