Your editorial demonstrates an author suffering “reefer madness,” an illness that causes the sufferer to forget the principles of the Constitution (“Wacky weed indeed,” April 21).
The Supreme Judicial Court implies that police may give the operator a citation for possession based upon the odor. It also noted the record, contrary to the lone dissenting justice’s conclusion, did not support ordering the operator out of the vehicle on suspicion of operating under the influence.
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Boston Herald, April 25, 2011