A “legalise cannabis” cam-paigner who claimed to belong to the Church of the Sacred Herb was found growing 50 cannabis plants at his Norwich home.
A judge has slammed Crown Prosecution lawyers, branding a cannabis case against a central Somerset landlord “a complete and utter waste of time”. At Taunton Crown Court, Judge Graham Hume-Jones was furious that a case against Ye Olde Burtle Inn landlord, Christopher Dyson, aged 54, had “got this far”.
A COUPLE busted for growing cannabis have been ordered to hand over more £43,000.
POLICE who raided a man’s Burnley home found almost 100 cannabis plants growing, a court was told.
Police officers with a warrant to search a woman’s home in Cornwall expected to find cannabis plants being grown. But instead they discovered a large quantity of cannabis resin and herbal cannabis with a street value of about £35,000 in a cupboard.
Ask any of the 17,500 marijuana grow ops in British Columbia about revenue, and according to the results of a new study, the answer would be booming. In fact, the study, commissioned by the Fraser Institute, estimates that the underground B.C. industry is worth $7-billion—the largest in the country.
A MAN who grew cannabis using a sophisticated hydroponics system in his bedroom has been given a community punishment order.
An MP is calling for a loophole to be closed that allows cannabis seeds to be sold legally on the high street.
It looks like an ordinary packet of seeds available in any garden centre.
The price of cannabis has more than halved in Scotland because thousands of users are growing their own. Drug squads yesterday warned that the price of hash has gone through the floor, with an ounce selling for £32 compared to £100 two years ago.
HYDROPONIC equipment suppliers are readily offering advice on how to grow cannabis and methods to avoid being caught, an Advertiser investigation has found.
A Rugby man who was repeatedly arrested for growing cannabis plants has been dramatically cleared of all the charges.
Significant changes are soon to be made to the laws on cannabis, but debate - and policy - have ignored issues relating to its cultivation. This study by South Bank University’s Criminal Policy Research Unit and the National Addiction Centre at King’s College, London, examined the cultivation of cannabis in England and Wales. The study found that: