The DEA has one less method to bring in drug offenders thanks to Facebook's latest move.
Perhaps it is not the best idea to post video footage of your illegal marijuana grow operation on the Internet. However, if you must show off your felonious green thumb, you would be well advised to not cross the line from dumb to dumber like 29-year-old Zachary Peak, who...
The United States Supreme Court must decide if search warrants should be obtained before law enforcement officers have the right to search the cellphones of arrested suspects.
A pro-marijuana message posted on Twitter last year led to the suspension of an Ohio high school soccer player, who has since filed a lawsuit against the school district, claiming a violation of his First Amendment rights and denial of due process.
Posting photos of marijuana to various social media sites is considered reasonable suspicion, in the eyes of the law, and cops are now using these images to lure stoners into rattraps and put them behind bars.