After the high ...
... comes the crash.
A 26lbs bundle of cannabis appeared from the sky and bombed through the roof of a carport in the Arizona town of Nogales. Maya Donnelly heard what she thought was thunder during the night, but later that morning found wood strewn across the ground around a bulky bundle wrapped in black plastic. Therein was the big old chunk …
Getting caught by the police might be the best result for a windfall drug dealer. I imagine any existing local dealers would be a little annoyed at a new guy undercutting them, and if it happens to be the outfit that dropped the package in the first place, they could get really angry.
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get a £20 fine in the uk, illegal or not, the metropolitan police will always let you have at least a 8th on you, if you drive around in a pimped cars etc, they know where you will be and you will be doing nothing most of the night
if you give them hassle they give you a fine for any amount
By that rationale, nsld, anyone who drink drives and dies in a crash died of alcohol?
I really don't think it works that way. Just because your judgement is impaired to the point where you could die from doing something stupid, does not make the source of that impairment the cause of death.
A contributory factor, yes, but not the cause.
What if I didn't sleep well last night and felt a bit zombified on my drive to work this morning, crashed and died. Would you argue that I died from sleep deprivation?
By that rationale, it wasn't sleep deprivation or a car crash that killed you, but the town planner, who employed the man, who planted the tree, that your car hit.
Everything is "just a contributory factor". But you look at the key cause of the events leading to the death.
I'm pretty sure a coroner would enter a cause of death along the lines of impact trauma for the example I gave.
The point is that weed has never been a cause of death (unlike alcohol) - although you could argue that if you smoke weed (and also use tobacco) then lung cancer is a fair accusation to make, but that's only down to the delivery mechanism.
If you cook with dope, you won't get lung cancer - therefore dope cannot be a cause of death from lung cancer (once you remove the smoking element)
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