08/02/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Colorado Supreme Court Declines To Hear People V. Clendenin Case On Definition Of Legal Caregiver

DENVER - The court ruling last year that requires a primary caregiver in a medical marijuana context to do more than simply supply the herb will not be heard by the Colorado Supreme Court.

The high court on Tuesday declined to hear on appeal People v. Clendenin, a case in which the Court of Appeals upheld Longmont woman Stacy Clendenin's conviction for cultivation and sale of marijuana. Clendenin argued it was legal for her to sell medical marijuana because she qualified as a caregiver under Colorado statute.

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