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Discussion in 'Cannabis and Marijuana' started by thoughtless_wanderer, May 27, 2004.

  1. It's possible to get a possession charge simply for saying you rolled a joint for someone? I'm not shitting you, I got pulled aside for smelling like bud at school one day and even though they found nothing on me, and they didn't do a blood or urine test, I still got stuck with 6 months probation and almost $200 in court fines, not to mention the $80 mandatory MIP class. So just be careful of what you say, because if they can, they will find a way to incriminate you. It might not stop you from tokin up (I know it never stopped me), but if you're like me you have better things to spend your money on.
  2. bertrose

    bertrose Member

    I don't think thats allowed...they have no proof unless they find u with possession of pot....
  3. Flav_cool

    Flav_cool Member

    Ya wtf...they can't do anything to you cause u smell like it!! We learned that in law...
  4. Ganjaman420

    Ganjaman420 Member

    I think the proof is him saying he rolled a joint for some one. They could probally quote that in court but you could probally fight it. Im not a lawyer or ne thing though i could be wrong.
  5. Ocean Byrd

    Ocean Byrd Artificial Energy

    They can't incriminate you for saying something; it's called the right of free speach for a reason. They can't bust you for smelling like it either, they have no proof that you even smoked it.

    Basically, you got jacked; nothing you can do about it now.
  6. Flav_cool

    Flav_cool Member

    ya, there was a case in law class:

    Well this guy was driving and police pulled him over just as a regular check. When the guy opened his window, police detected a strong smell of cannibas...The police officer ended up searching the car and found some hash oil, hmm maybe i'm confusing two cases but anyways it doesn't really matter what they find. So in court, the guy argued that based on smell they could not search him...and guess what he had all charges dropped because that was an improper search. The court determined that unlike a Clear View Doctrine where if you see something, you can search the car, there is no Clear Smell Doctrine, so the police conducted a wrongful search and nothing happend to the guy. :D
  7. Ocean Byrd

    Ocean Byrd Artificial Energy

    Ya, they can't even search you or your car unless they suspect you have a weapon; they can't even pull stuff out of your pockets unless they suspect it's a weapon.

    Unfortunately, I was searched a year ago without knowledge of this because it was suspected that I was planning theft but I was just loitering in a trailer park; luckily, I didn't have anything other than a pack of ciggies on me.
  8. NOmoreBUSH

    NOmoreBUSH Member

    dude you could totally sue their ass off easy. norml and the american civil liberties union would totally represent you for free and you could make bank and totally fuck them over for fucking you. seriously man think about it, if you want some advise on what to do give me a shout my friends mom is a lawyer.
  9. geckopelli

    geckopelli Senior Member

    They don't need evidence if the guy plead guilty.

    He's only 17 so it was some juvenile bs anyway and the 5th amendment is not in full force.

    He should have shut the fuck up and not told the pigs anything.
  10. emublazin

    emublazin Member

    yea u screwed yourself

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