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Published on Jun 6, 2011
John Turmel's speech to the Treating Yourself Hemp Expo in Toronto June 3-5 explaining the "Bad Exemption = No Offence" defence from the Crown Attorney Gaudet Goodie: " The Court in R. v. J.P. ruled that the combined effect of Parker and Hitzig meant there was no constitutionally valid marijuana possession offence between July 31 2001 and Oct 7 2003, the date the MMAR were constitutionally rectified by the decision in Hitzig. Courts may construe the Federal Court of Appeal's decision as creating a similar period of retrospective invalidity dating back to December 3 2003, the date that s.41(b.1) was re-introduced into the MMAR." Appeal dismissed, yes, the MMAR was flawed again and the law has been dead again.