Center for Legal Cannabis

Nov 21 | Clallam prosecutor drops pot cases

The Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office will dismiss five pending misdemeanor marijuana possession and paraphernalia charges following the passage of Initiative 502, which legalizes possession of small quantities of marijuana for personal use.

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Nov 15 | Spokane County foregoing pot prosecutions

Spokane County Prosecutor Steve Tucker is joining other prosecutors around the state in deciding not to prosecute any new marijuana possession cases.

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Nov 15 | Lewis County to keep prosecuting marijuana possession

Lewis County Prosecutor Jonathan Meyer says that as along as pot remains illegal, he will keep prosecuting the crime.

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Nov 13 | Clark County to dismiss pot cases

In response to a new law legalizing marijuana, Clark County prosecutors said Tuesday they will dismiss misdemeanor possession of marijuana cases against approximately 46 defendants.

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Nov 10 | No decision yet on Whatcom cannabis cases

Whatcom County Prosecutor Dave McEachran is not taking a stance, at this point, on how to move forward with active charges of marijuana possession after the passage of Initative 502.

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Nov 09 | King and Pierce Counties drop pot cases

On Friday, the elected prosecutors of King and Pierce counties, the state's two largest, announced they will dismiss more than 220 pending misdemeanor marijuana possession cases, retroactively applying provisions of Initiative 502 that kick in Dec. 6.

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Sean Cecil, Attorney Canna Law Group