Commit Murder, Blame It on Weed, Get 100 Days of Community Service – Cannabis-Induced Psychosis as a Legal Defense?

The notion of “cannabis psychosis” being used as a legal defense in a murder case is not just troubling; it’s a leap into dangerous territory. This isn’t about the effects of cannabis, which have been extensively studied and debated. This is about a legal system that seems all too willing to grasp at straws, turning an isolated incident into a generalized scapegoat. The implications are enormous and alarming.