Arizona Supreme Court: Marijuana Odor is Enough to Allow Searches

Article by Associated Press via The Arizona Republic

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The Arizona Supreme Court says the mere smell of marijuana can still be the sole basis for police to obtain a warrant to conduct a search, despite the state’s legalization of medical marijuana.

However, a unanimous decision by the state high court says that legal foundation for a search can be dispelled if authorities have indications the suspected marijuana use or possession is authorized by the medical marijuana law.

The ruling issued Monday upholds a trial judge’s decision in a Tucson case to allow evidence from a search conducted after police smelled marijuana and obtained a warrant. Officers found a growing operation with hundreds of plants.

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