The Supreme Court of California has refused to take up a case involving a San Diego man. Jovan Jackson was convicted of possessing and selling medical marijuana.
The ruling could now give operators a defense from prosecution in San Diego and statewide.
Jackson’s conviction was overturned last year when a court ruled that he should have been allowed to argue that his conduct was legal under state law.
Jackson’s case can now be re-tried or dropped.
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