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NEWSFLASH: Emery County Utah Judge recently declared from the bench "This court does not recognize that the 'Free Exericize clause' of The United States Constitution trumps State Law, and so therefore we find you guilty!"
Oklevueha Branch NAC of Huntington, Utah President Jeff Standing Tall Gardner rejoins us tonight to bring us all up to date on recent Oklevueha Cannabis-related court cases and spate of ONAC member arrests.
State of Utah vs. Jeff Gardner, CASE NUMBER 095002782 Misdemeanor DUI, POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA (Pipe with Cannabis Resin in it), Class B Misdemeanor, June 7, 2010
“Defense Attorney Motioned to Dismiss Possession of Drug Paraphernalia” “He (Defendant) testified to belonging to the Native American Church. Prosecution objected” Defense Attorney argued. Judge noted that defendant had to be “blood Native American” “Defense Attorney argued” “Defense Attorney looked for case that showed that you did not have to be “blood” (State v. Oklevueha Native American Church submitted to the court) Motion sustained. “Prosecution had no objection to preferring defendants' proof of membership to church. Defendant entered Exhibit #1, Membership card. State rested.”