In today’s Cannabis Law Newsletter, HK Cannabis Law obtained a favorable ruling in County of Santa Cruz, et al v. Bureau of Cannabis Control, et al; why the DEA subpoenaed documents from the BCC, an update on cannabis appellations in California; and more.
In case you missed the announcement in our last newsletter, HK Cannabis Law recently secured permission to file a "friend of the court" brief in County of Santa Cruz, et al v. Bureau of Cannabis Control, et al, an important and closely-watched case involving the statewide cannabis delivery rights of retailers and residents.
Cannabis “odor” is no longer sufficient probable cause for a warrantless search in Maryland.
The House of Representatives voted to protect cannabis businesses operating legally under the auspices of a state regulatory scheme.
The DEA revealed in recently filed pleadings that it is seeking documents from the BCC in connection with investigating the illegal importation and transportation of marijuana oil from Mexico.
Following in the footsteps of California’s wine industry, the cannabis industry aims for geographic branding.
Last month, a group of Southern California District Attorneys moved to dismiss or downgrade more than 100,000 marijuana offenses.