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Prof. Monroe Freedman Comments on Judge’s Admission Regarding Illegal Medical Marijuana Use

Monroe H. Freedman, Professor of Law

 

EXCERPT:

One potential conflict that may arise from Reichbach’s comments is his ability to hear cases involving marijuana possession, said Monroe Freedman, a law professor at Hofstra University.

“He has admitted to unlawful conduct,” Freedman said. “Ordinarily, that could be a problem, but it’s a very narrow, specific situation and I would hope nothing would come of it that would be adverse to the judge.”

To read the full article, visit reuters.com.

 

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