Santa Rosa Press
Expert: Pot should be destroyed.
Witness says moldy marijuana from sheriff's evidence locker could sicken
or kill users..... "It sounds like a low-budget science-fiction
movie" defense attorney Sandy Feinland said in court Tuesday.
1/30/01- SR Patient Acquitted in Pot Case.
In a verdict that could change the way prosecutors handle medical
marijuana cases, a Santa Rosa man was acquitted of charges that he had
more pot than was necessary for his needs. Both sides agreed that
the acquittal of Alan MacFarlane of felony cultivation could establish
standards for how many plants medical marijuana patients can grow.
1/18/01- Medicinal Marijuana Goes on Trial -- Santa
Rosan charged with growing pot says he needed it for pain
9/2/99- Six Month Sentence in Day-care Drug Case; SR
Woman OKs Plea Agreement.
9/1/99- Court Debates how much Pot is Medicinal.
9/17/98- Sonoma County Doctors will Review Medical Pot
Use-- First in State.
8/30/98- Cure Touted for Medical Pot
Rules for Medical Marijuana Use in Sonoma County are
for Pot Growing are Dropped; Review Panel May Yield Framework For Patients.
9/26/97- Dispute of Medical
Marijuana Rules; Woman Facing Felony Charges.
3/2/99- Day Care Tots may have
been Drugged; Provider Accused of Giving Pills for Napping.
San Francisco Daily
7/13/99- D.A. "Friction" at Heart of Recusal Bid
case to test how much is too much medical marijuana.
3/1/00- Cops Give Back Man's Marijuana. Judge Says Chronic-pain Sufferer
is Entitled to Drug.
The Coastal Post:
September 1997- Disabled Woman and Caregiver Faced Deputies Guns.
Pot Law a Bust. For Local Residents, Legal Issues Still Cloud Prop 215
asks how much medicinal marijuana is too much.