Is Cannabis Odor A Health Threat To North Carolina Courthouses? New Order Says Yes



A recent order signed by a judge stipulates that people who smell like cannabis will now be prohibited from entering the North Carolina Superior Courts of Robeson County.

Anyone who has “the odor of marijuana, THC, CBD, hashish and hemp and like substances” would be asked by the sheriff of Robeson County to “leave and come back without the odor own your persons,” the Wednesday order from Senior Resident Superior Court Judge James Gregory Bell said.

As a government facility, Robeson County Courthouse is accessible to those seeking to conduct official business in North Carolina, the “findings of fact” section of the order stated.

However, the order warns that “the safety and health of those entering the courthouse to conduct business, as well …

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