With just a small scanner, and in less than a minute, San Diego police are able to determine just what kind of drugs they are looking at.
Each year, thousands of people return to San Diego County jail after committing a new drug crime while out on bail.
The United States is coming to terms with the realization that criminalizing illicit drugs and treating offenders in a purely judicial way has little if any effectiveness in dealing with the drug problem.
Over the past few years, hundreds of teens arrested at the California border have learned the hard way - drug trafficking is not the answer.
If you get pulled over for a “Marijuana DUI” you should know there’s no established way to tell when a driver is impaired by marijuana.
A Sacramento property owner is now facing criminal charges and $2 million in civil penalties for illegally growing cannabis.
A few months ago a newspaper article about the Los Angeles Police Department gave an interesting insight into the controversy about how Prop 47 has changed the day-to-day procedures of police departments.
Drugs have been a part of all areas of American culture for years, including social and political.
Come January 1, 2018, pot will be legal for adult-use in California.
Illegal drugs have always had a negative image in the culture of modern America.