The ‘Bakersfield Californian’ reports a judge’s ruling has prompted Kern County Sheriff’s officials to tweak the way they deal with medical marijuana grows.
The judge ruled that legitimate medical marijuana patients found growing more than the 12 plants allowed under the county ordinance should be given the same opportunity as other violators to clear their property.
Previously, sheriff’s deputies would simply uproot the grow immediately.
Medical pot advocates consider the shift a success.
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