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Massachusetts Police Force Offers Free Drug Treatment Instead of Arrest

While most law enforcement agencies across the United States continue to treat drug users as though they are common criminals, some have cast out their old school methodologies and adopted a more common sense approach to combating the scourge of addiction on their city st...

Supreme Court Ruling Alters Criteria for Probable Cause

Law enforcement operating in medical marijuana states could be forced to dig deeper than just evidence of a home grow operation to establish probable cause for a search warrant.

Smelling Like Marijuana Is Not Illegal

Administrators at a Massachusetts high school called police earlier this week after receiving reports that one of their cafeteria employees smelled like weed. Police found no sign of marijuana, but the man's job still appears to be on the line.

Mass. Dispensary Granted License Despite Lies?

During a recent investigation process in which the state of Massachusetts conducted extensive background checks on parties filing for licenses to operate medical marijuana dispensaries, the state weeded out nearly half of the applicants after they discovered many of them ...

Mass.: Marijuana Odor No Longer Probable Cause

Law enforcement officers in the state of Massachusetts can no longer use the odor of unburnt marijuana as an excuse to search a vehicle. Earlier this week, the Supreme Judicial Court handed down the verdict that pays respect to the state’s decriminalization laws by ...

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