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Marijuana Odor Provides Probable Cause (access required)

Defendant is not entitled to reversal of his convictions for felony possession of oxycodone and misdemeanor possession of marijuana based on the failure of police to obtain a warrant before searching his person, the Court of Appeals says; the smell of marijuana emanating from defendant’s residence provided police probable cause to obtain a warrant to ...

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