In a previous post, “Dispensing (With) Law: Strict Constructionism & Medical Marijuana,” I predicted that the California Supreme Court would take the case of City of Lake Forest v. Evergreen Holistic for review, which would make the case not citable.
I mentioned that for medical marijuana defense attorneys, there was both good and bad in Evergreen.
Well, my copy of Friday’s edition of the Daily Appellate Report just arrived.
Evergreen was taken up for review. It is no longer citable.
That’s the first time I’ve ever predicted that the California Supreme Court would take a case for review. I don’t know if I should feel good that I was right, or not. I guess we’ll have to wait to see what the end-result is to decide.