Blog Category: ABNorml News

ONGOING: Mark Davis Phone and Email Bomb for Marijuana Legalization

Posted on: February 18, 2014

Most Texans are familiar with conservative talk show host Mark Davis of the The Mark Davis Show on 660 AM The Answer – and on 2/11 Mr. Davis weighed in on the marijuana legalization debate. His full “opinion” piece can be found here: Here are a few quotes from Mark Davis: – “Ask any […]

Activists detained at Six Flags for pro-marijuana shirts

Posted on: January 16, 2014

On two separate occasions now, marijuana activists have been detained at Six Flags in Arlington, Texas for wearing pro-cannabis shirts. The first incident occurred during the summer of 2012 when Waco activist Stephen Carter and his friends went to the park for a fun-filled day of rides. On that day Carter was wearing a shirt […]

Smell of Marijuana Alone Does Not Warrant a Police Search of a Residence

Posted on: December 25, 2012

Smell of marijuana alone in many instances does not justify a police search. Many in Texas, including attorneys, just summarily conclude if the police smell marijuana they may conduct a search without a warrant. A huge distinction should be made whether the area searched by police involved exigent circumstances wherein there was no time to […]

Drug Prosecutions in Lewisville in Texas in Jeopardy

Posted on: December 21, 2012

Drug and other prosecutions arising in Lewisville, Texas in jeopardy due to improper handling/tampering of evidence involving drugs and biological evidence LEWISVILLE, TEXAS- As required by the Rules of Professional Responsibility, the Denton County Criminal District Attorney’s Office has notified attorneys with pending criminal cases involving the Lewisville Police Department of major problems concerning their […]

Russ Belville Debunks Steven Crowder’s Video: MARIJUANA!! The Truth

Posted on: November 30, 2012

By “Radical” Russ Belville A sad attempt to defuse marijuana legalization from Steven Crowder I don’t know who the hell Steven Crowder is. I’ll give him points on his delivery, editing, and cinematography, but his supposed “take-down” of pro-legalization arguments is pathetic. The video is posted on some conservative’s website where the author claims “Steven […]

Drugged Driving

Posted on: November 20, 2012

Drugged Driving: A New Arrow in the Government’s Quiver Against Cannabis Consumers Smoked or ingested Cannabis lately? States are starting to charge those with ANY detectable amounts of cannabinoids in their system with DWI/DUI. As we all know, these detectable amounts remain up to 30 days in your system. Ten states (Arizona, Delaware, Georgia, Indiana, […]

The Beginning of the End of Marijuana Prohibition

Posted on: November 7, 2012

Barak Obama being reelected for a second term wasn’t the only thing that happened on November 6th. Two states, Colorado and Washington have just legalized marijuana for adults while Massachusetts has become our 18th medical marijuana state. As of now, about 1/3 of Americans are living in places with some form of legal marijuana, according […]

Goodbye Tim Timmons

Posted on: November 5, 2012

Dallas resident Tim Timmons, long time Multiple Sclerosis sufferer and medical marijuana advocate, has passed on. For over 20 years Tim was an outspoken activist for the availability and use of medical cannabis. He had even asked Governor Rick Perry to do him the honor of driving to Dallas and personally arresting him for the […]

The Case of Bosko the Police Super-Dog

Posted on: October 22, 2012

Occasionally, I run across an appellate case where the court’s blind acceptance of the Police account of events surrounding a Marijuana arrest is astounding, even for me. This one comes Carrolton, Texas. (A suburb of Dallas.) In $27,877.00 CURRENT MONEY of the UNITED STATES, v. The STATE of Texas, an asset forfeiture case, the Carrolton […]

The Death of Jose Guerena

Posted on: September 22, 2012

It is a common mentality of veterans returning from combat that we are ‘invincible.’ After seeing the horrors of war most veterans never have the thought of dying at home by the people who are now sworn to protect you. I am a firm believer that public service is the ultimate test of your right […]

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