Marijuana tickets best, lawyers say

Marijuana tickets best, lawyers say

There are 4 comments on the Northwest Herald story from Aug 11, 2012, titled Marijuana tickets best, lawyers say. In it, Northwest Herald reports that:

WOODSTOCK – As Crystal Lake officials mull changing how police handle smaller marijuana cases, attorneys say misdemeanor possession charges often are not worth the time and resources they take.

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#1 Aug 18, 2012
Alot of mafia lawyers out there pushing to legalize dope...big bucks and most importantly it makes for a nice laundering system for cash...
People Watcher


#2 Aug 19, 2012
It is true. Lot of people are not well informs about new Laws signed last month. I believe Gov. Quinn signed new laws that people have health problems should visits their Doctors for prescriptions or writtin papers to proves your health problems.

Secondly, people are planting their pots in their home or gardens or from someone. There are very stricts laws.

Neighbors aren't good watchers when crimes happened in your neighbors. Now it it time to have your Eyes Wide Open.

Check out new laws in your villages.
Drug Sucking Anarchist

Cantonment, FL

#3 Aug 19, 2012
About time everybody admits the Truth, and just let regular people grow their own damn smoke.

If a freaking orange-hair crazy can buy guns & ammo online, I ought to be able to stick a few plants in my herb garden for my own use.
Sheik Yerbouti

Richmond, IN

#4 Aug 19, 2012
No one should go to jail for ANY cannabis infraction!

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