Archive for February, 2004
Dear University of Victoria Students, On Tuesday, March 30th, I will appear before a Provincial Court Judge to defend myself after being arrested on the University of Victoria Campus on November 8th, 2000 and charged with trafficking and possession for the purpose of trafficking in cannabis.
By Ted Smith President, International Hempology 101 Society Victoria, B.C.: The most complex set of cannabis trafficking cases in Canadian history will begin in Victoria on March 30. Leon “Ted” Smith faces 6 trafficking-related charges stemming from 4 different arrests, starting Nov. 8, 2000 when he was arrested after sharing a few joints at the [...]
By Ted Smith President, International Hempology 101 Society Victoria, B.C. – Today at 2pm in Courtroom #203 at the Victoria Courthouse, Leon “Ted” Smith will finally start working out his complicated constitutional arguments against the prohibition of cannabis. A confused and frustrated Crown Prosecutor has requested Judge Smith to reconsider the process he set out [...]
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AT DAVID ANDERSON’S OFFICE, by Ted Smith On Jan. 7. 2005.1 was convicted of trafficking cannabis resin for selling cannabis cookies, massage oil, salve and vegetable oil capsules at the Cannabis Buyers’ Club of Canada on March 21. 2002. At the same time, charges of trafficking cannabis were dropped against me because the Medical Marijuana [...]