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High Court Says Government Can Prosecute Drug Robbery

The Supreme Court says the government can prosecute a robbery of drug dealers under federal law without having to show that the drugs were intended for interstate commerce.

SCOTUS Deals New Blow to Fourth Amendment

On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that evidence discovered during an illegal police stop may still be used in court—with the caveat that the officers conducted their search after learning that the suspect had an outstanding arrest warrant. 

Was Police Dog Sniff Outside Connecticut Condo Door Legal?

A Connecticut marijuana bust has turned into a potential precedent-setting case on whether apartment and condo dwellers have the same rights as house owners when it comes to police using drug-sniffing dogs outside their homes.  

HIGH TIMES Legislative Roundup: March 28

It was a busy week in the fight to reform the marijuana laws in the United States. Some of the biggest news comes from the U.S. Supreme Court, where the decision was made to reject a lawsuit against the Colorado cannabis industry. There was also some progress to bring med...

Pot Matters: Supreme Court Declines to Review Colorado’s Legalization of Marijuana

Colorado legalized marijuana, and neighboring states Nebraska and Oklahoma filed a motion with the Supreme Court to complain that this was a violation of federal law. On Monday, the Supreme Court, which has original jurisdiction over disputes between states, declined to a...

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