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Appeals court upholds conviction from case of pot plant seen through window

4:55 PM, Mar. 6, 2013
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A state appeals court has upheld the 2012 conviction of a 34-year-old Adell man who was arrested after a nearly 3-foot high marijuana plant was spotted growing in his window.

Nathan G. Huber contended that the arresting officer conducted an unreasonable search in entering his driveway and spotting the plant without a search warrant, which was obtained after the plant was spotted. Huber also argued that when the officer did obtain a warrant, it was overly broad.

The Second District Court of Appeals disagreed, citing case law that says a person has no reasonable expectation of privacy with an ...

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