No, The Seattle Police Won't Give Your Super Skunk Weed Back
Now that recreational pot use will be legal in Washington state, Seattle Police have published an online guide called "Marijwhatnow" -- an everything-you-need-to-know-about-pot-laws-but were-afraid-to-ask guide. And yes, this is fo realz.
Q: Will police officers be able to smoke marijuana?
A: As of right now, no. This is still a very complicated issue.
Q: What happens if I get pulled over and I’m sober, but an officer or his K9 buddy smells the ounce of Super Skunk I’ve got in my trunk?
A: Under state law, officers have to develop probable cause to search a closed or locked container. Each case stands on its own, but the smell of pot alone will not be reason to search a vehicle. If officers have information that you’re trafficking, producing or delivering marijuana in violation of state law, they can get a warrant to search your vehicle.
Q: SPD seized a bunch of my marijuana before I-502 passed. Can I have it back?
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