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okay, im at court all the time and i'm always looking up laws on the books. illinois marijuana laws specifically state that the plant canabis sativa is illegal. all references made to canabis in the books use the language canabis sativa. this would lead me to believe that a suitable defense for the posesion or sale of canabis, is that the canabis is not canabis sativa rather canabis indica. does anyone have any input on this, has this ever been tried? so the other states have similarly worded laws?
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Re: illinois marijuana laws [Re: ZippoZ] #2020357 - 10/18/03 01:27 PM (14 years, 3 days ago)
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