Marijuana laws eased but threat to police remains, Frosh tells justices

Attorney general seeks review of Maryland court ruling

A strong smell of raw, unsmoked marijuana emanating from a car still justifies police frisking the vehicle’s passengers for weapons despite the increasing societal and legal acceptance of marijuana possession, Maryland’s attorney general stated in papers filed recently with the Supreme Court. Brian E. Frosh made the argument in furtherance of the state’s request that the ...

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