Supreme Court rejects Maryland’s appeal of marijuana-frisk decision

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined Maryland’s request that the justices review a the state high court’s decision that the pungent smell of raw, unsmoked marijuana emanating from car during a traffic stop does not in itself enable police officers to frisk a passenger for weapons. With its refusal to hear the state’s appeal, the ...

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