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Monday, December 11, 2023

D.C. Local Disallowed from Smoking Cigarettes Cannabis in Home, Court Holds

A judge for the Superior Court of the District of Columbia held that a duplex local need to stop smoking cigarettes or burning cannabis “in any type that discharges a smell” previously this month after a next-door neighbor declared direct exposure to it affected her health.

Following a nonjury trial at the start of the year, Partner Judge Ebony M. Scott completely disallowed Thomas Cackett from smoking cigarettes in or within 25 feet of his house in spite of holding a medical cannabis license. The court discovered that while D.C. law allows a percentage of cannabis intake with or without a prescription, Cackett’s pleasure of marijuana does not supersede his next-door neighbor’s usage and pleasure of her own home.

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