Is it fair for people on probation to present additional proof of their need for medical marijuana to judges? The Colorado Supreme Court is set to make a decision on this matter. This comes after Alysha Walton agreed to probation after she was arrested for speeding and driving under the influence and pleaded guilty in El Paso County in 2017. Her lawyer requested a hearing where he argued that she be allowed to continue receiving medical marijuana while serving her sentence, but the judge said that her doctor would have to testify.
Data from the Department of Public Health and Environment in Colorado shows that there are at least 80,000 people who have valid medical marijuana cards, and a quarter of these are patients from El Paso County. Therefore, it is hard to predict how many people have issues with…
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