A Gooding mother recently lost custody of her children to her ex-husband after she used butter infused with marijuana to help her three-year old daughter deal with symptoms related to seizures. The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (IDHW) removed her daughter and son and placed them in the custody of her former husband after the daughter tested positive for marijuana during a doctor's visit.
Defense Attorney, Michael G. Palmer, shares some insight into the federal court system.
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With legal marijuana just across the border in Oregon, more and more Idahoans are taking advantage of the ease of access to purchase marijuana in small border towns such as Huntington, Oregon. Since recreational marijuana became legal in Oregon, Huntington has seen a marked increase in traffic from Idaho.
OK, this story is Colorado-based, but close your eyes for a few seconds and see if you can wrap your mind around the possibility that such a thing could just as easily happen in Idaho.
For Idahoans across the state who like to congregate with friends and family members after work to socialize and lift a glass or two of suds, what could promise to be more inviting than St. Patrick's Day falling on a Friday this year?
His research and less-than-salutary revelations regarding police interrogation tactics that sometimes elicit false confessions from individuals who are actually innocent of any criminal wrongdoing certainly didn't add to his number of friends in law enforcement.