By Thomas H. Clarke
Arizona Supreme Court to Police: Give Medical Marijuana Back to Patients
PHOENIX —  Medical marijuana patients who have their medicine confiscated by police are legally entitled to get it back, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled Monday, rejecting arguments by prosecutors.
The justices declined to review a challenge to a January ruling by The Arizona Court of Appeals, who ruled that the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office must return marijuana confiscated from a California medical marijuana patient in 2011.  By refusing to review the case, the Supreme Court upheld the ruling of the lower court without comment.
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