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As of Oct. 1, possession of marijuana is decriminalized in Switzerland. Anyone over the age of 18 caught with 10 grams or less of the drug will no longer have to make a court appearance and will not have offenses entered into their permanent record; instead, violators will have to pay a fine of 100 Swiss Francs (approximately $110), then be on their way. Lawmakers in the country relaxed weed regulations in an effort to unify what had been a patchwork of often confusing policies that varied from one local area to another. Per The Independent, the measure is also expected to save money by cutting back on the 30,000 marijuana-related cases courts have had to handle each year. It will also free up police resources to pursue larger drug trafficking incidents.
this is still no different than still going to court you just pay police in cash for fine and go its pointless just do it already properly in your law book it says thall shall not touch kids it doesnt say touch them and well discuss the fine.....
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he doesnt appear to be wrong
@JB - Correct me if I am wrong, but there might be a blonde floating around in there too...
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