DeWolfe urges justices to let marijuana-frisk decision stand

Court of Appeals found Fourth Amendment violation

The Maryland public defender’s office has urged the U.S. Supreme Court to reject the state’s request that it review a Maryland high-court decision that the pungent smell of raw, unsmoked marijuana emanating from a car during a traffic stop does not in itself enable police officers to frisk a passenger for weapons. In papers filed with ...

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