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Can Medicinal Marijuana Treat Depression? While it is not entirely legal to consume marijuana and it is evident that the consumption of marijuana can lead to the development of criminal behavior in the long run because most kids who consume cannabis in their teens or early adulthood tend to interact with people who have a […]

Marijuana is a widely debated topic among criminal justice advocates, politicians, and recreational users alike. Over the last decade, sweeping forward movement has taken place in the legal arena in regards to legalization of the drug for medicinal purposes. However, there is a lag in creating more lenient laws and regulations surrounding recreational use. While […]

Anxiety and addiction have more in common than a lot of people realize. They can both fester for years, sometimes flying under the radar and rearing their ugly heads in times of crisis. Anxiety exacerbates stress while addiction poses as a coping mechanism — and left unchecked, especially combined, the two can make every other […]

I’ve defended a lot of cases where police found drugs in a home and parents get charged with 273a(a) — felony child abuse.  Some involve cocaine.  The only times I’ve ever seen a positive test in a child is when they get into pot brownies or marijuana-infused candy. Though police “experts” testify this is dangerous […]

Sentenced to community service for flatulence … but what is the crime? THE FLATULENCE WAS TOO GREAT TO WITHSTAND: WOMAN BANNED FOR LIFE ON BRADFORD BUSES A flatulent woman has received a lifetime ban from a Bradford bus company after repeatedly breaking wind in their vehicles. On one occasion a driver was physically sick. Some […]

 

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