Georgia Police Returning Hemp & Cash Seized In Raids After Legal Challenge

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Ganjapreneur report Police agencies in Georgia are returning the THC/CBD products and cash seized during recent raids after a legal challenge proved law enforcement didn’t understand the state’s hemp law. Law enforcement agencies in Georgia are being forced to return hemp-derived products they seized during recent raids, Channel 2 Action News reports. The products range from CBD to hemp-derived THC products, such as delta-8, that are considered legal under the state’s hemp law. Earlier this month, Fulton County, Georgia Superior Court Judge Craig Schwall issued a 30-day restraining order against Gwinnett County District Attorney Patsy Austin-Gaston from prosecuting people for selling or possessing delta-8 and delta-10 extracts. In his ruling, Schwall questioned whether Austin-Gaston was acting as a “rogue DA.” A lawsuit has been filed against Austin-Gaston and the state by companies that were subject to over-enforcement.

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Police agencies in Georgia are returning the THC/CBD products and cash seized during recent raids after a legal challenge proved law enforcement didn’t understand the state’s hemp law.

Law enforcement agencies in Georgia are being forced to return hemp-derived products they seized during recent raids, Channel 2 Action News reports. The products range from CBD to hemp-derived THC products, such as delta-8, that are considered legal under the state’s...

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