In Marijuana Law, Richard explains marijuana laws and how they can impact upon citizens rights. He describes how people have been arrested and prosecuted and how to increase privacy protections and reduce exposure to arrest.
OVER 30 MILLION PEOPLE IN THE U.S. REGULARLY SMOKE marijuana. Approximately 400,000 defendants each year are charged with the use, possession, sale, or cultivation of marijuana. Marijuana Law describes how people can reduce the probability of arrest and defend themselves from prosecution if arrested.
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Preface to 2nd Edition
The Usable Amount Controversy
Punishment for Possessing Marijuana with
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