http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A25220-2003Sep30.html A new Maryland law allows people convicted of possessing marijuana to argue for sharply reduced sentences if it was used for medical purposes. The Washington Post says that prosecutors are a bit nervous because the law lacks language defining just who can use the defense and how a judge should interpret it. "All I can assume is now we will have defendants come into court with the health section of High Times [magazine] and try to . . .
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