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AG: Marijuana prosecutions likely need special testing after hemp legalization

A change in the law that exempts hemp from the legal definition of marijuana means prosecutors should use more sophisticated lab tests to determine if suspected marijuana has the requisite concentration of THC to qualify as contraband, the Maryland Office of the Attorney General has advised. But some defense lawyers say such hurdles should deter prosecutors from even ...

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