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December 22, 2000 | From a Times Staff Writer
With the jury hopelessly deadlocked, but leaning in favor of acquittal, a Placer County judge declared a mistrial Thursday in the pot sales case against a chief backer of California's landmark 1996 medical marijuana measure. After deliberating more than five days, the jury told Judge John L. Cosgrove that it was leaning 11 to 1 to acquit Steve Kubby and his wife, Michele, of charges that the 265 marijuana plants they had cultivated in a Squaw Valley home were for financial gain.
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December 22, 2000 | From a Times Staff Writer
With the jury hopelessly deadlocked, but leaning in favor of acquittal, a Placer County judge declared a mistrial Thursday in the pot sales case against a chief backer of California's landmark 1996 medical marijuana measure. After deliberating more than five days, the jury told Judge John L. Cosgrove that it was leaning 11 to 1 to acquit Steve Kubby and his wife, Michele, of charges that the 265 marijuana plants they had cultivated in a Squaw Valley home were for financial gain.
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March 11, 2003 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Canadian immigration officials put off a political refugee hearing for a month after a California medical marijuana patient fighting deportation was hospitalized over the weekend with pneumonia. Steve Kubby, 56, fighting adrenal cancer that he says he needs pot to control, was suffering with a 102-degree fever and skyrocketing blood pressure, said his wife, Michele. Kubby's hearing began Wednesday in Vancouver.
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January 21, 2006 | Eric Bailey, Times Staff Writer
A judge in Canada on Friday rejected an eleventh-hour appeal by a California medical marijuana refugee trying to avoid deportation to the United States, five years after fleeing to avoid a short jail stint he called a death sentence.
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