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N.S. court finds inconsistent jury verdicts unreasonable, acquits man of drug offences

Tuesday, May 30, 2017 @ 6:43 AM | By Tom Venetis

The Nova Scotia Court of Appeal has ruled that an inconsistent jury verdict in a case where a man was convicted of two drug offences but acquitted of two others was unreasonable and that he should be acquitted of the drug offences.

Adam Rodgers, Boudrot RodgersWilliam Leigh Brady was charged in November 2012 with four drug offences, two related to trafficking marijuana and two related to trafficking cannabis resin. The drugs were contained in two suitcases, one containing marijuana and the other marijuana and cannabis resin....