SAN DIEGO – On Tuesday, September 28, 2010 in the second medical marijuana trial of Jovan Jackson, San Diego District Attorney (DA) Bonnie Dumanis, through her Deputy DA Chris Lindberg, was successful in manipulating the law as it is written to the point where all jurors in the Jackson case had no choice but to return a guilty verdict. Read the rest of this entry »
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By: Eugene Davidovich REPOSTED . . .
San Diego Americans for Safe Access
SAN DIEGO – Wednesday of this week marked the third day of arguments in the second medical marijuana trial of Jovan Jackson a founding members of the Answerdam collective, patient, and US Navy Veteran.
The second trial, just as the first is being held in state court. Both have drawn lots of local Read the rest of this entry »
By Dave Maass, San Diego CityBeat
More than most citizens, James Dean Stacy feels betrayed by the candidate for whom he voted for president.
Up and down the campaign trail, from Los Angeles to Medford, Ore., then-Sen. Barack Obama and his spokespeople pledged that he would end the aggressive raids by the U.S. Department of Justice of medical-marijuana dispensaries operating legally under state law. The candidate said it was a waste
DEMAND FOR RETRACTION/CORRECTION
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (December 3, 2009)
Please be advised that at 8:10 am on the KUSI News morning segment, District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis made a false and misleading statement regarding the defendant in a medical marijuana case, People v. Jovan Jackson.
Contrary to Ms. Dumanis’ assertion, Mr. Jackson was not found guilty of Read the rest of this entry »
The following videos are provided by the San Diego ASA. By the way, the media was also rolling cameras during the following interview, however, to date, “our side” has not been aired on any network news…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
On 12/03/09 Tom Fudge with KPBS released this radio interview with San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis after the Jovan Jackson verdict, in which Dumanis’ prosecutor lost the historic case miserably. Dumanis finally admits to the public. . .
“I think what this case shows us is the legislature needs to act to clarify certain parts of the law.”