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California medical cannabis company loses pot farm search fight

A medical marijuana company lost its suit over unlawful search and seizure against two California law enforcement officers after a judge ruled against the firm’s claims that more than $500,000 in cannabis plants were destroyed because of a 2018 inspection.

A California federal judge ruled Monday that there’s no clear evidence that Blythe police officer Rudy Moreno and Riverside County Deputy Sheriff Devin Hedge violated medical marijuana company Icon Desert Logistics’ Fourth Amendment rights when they accompanied a city building inspector on his search of a previously vacant property that Icon was using to grow cannabis. Even if the violation had been…

To Read The Rest Of This Article By Ryan Harroff on Law360

Published: April 21, 2022

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  • tony
    April 21, 2022 at 6:38 PM

    this is bullshit i can not read this story without paying

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