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...Alaska Attorney General Gregg Renkes announced that the state would ask the Alaska Court of Appeals to rehear the case of David Noy. On Aug. 29 the Court of Appeals overturned Mr. Noy's conviction for possession of marijuana, apparently for his...
State appeals legal pot ruling

...Court to review an appeals court decision in November that overturned an earlier conviction for marijuana possession. David Noy, of North Pole, was arrested in 2001 and convicted for possessing marijuana in his home. Last August, an appeals court...
Court denies state's marijuana case appeal

...In a ruling Friday, the court denied Alaska Attorney General Gregg Renkes' petition for a rehearing in the case of David Noy, a North Pole man who was arrested in 2001 after he was found with marijuana in his home. Renkes said the next step...
Police to continue pot investigations

...writing reports documenting the investigation," Renkes wrote. The Alaska Court of Appeals ruled Aug. 29 in the case of David Noy, a North Pole man arrested for having marijuana in his home. In its decision, which was based on broad right to privacy...
Alaska Digest

...for personal use. The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld last year's Court of Appeals unanimous ruling in the case of David Noy, a North Pole man arrested in 2001 after being found with marijuana in his home. The Appeals Court's decision was...


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