Marijuana bust in Denver: Rob Corry asks John Hickenlooper to stop prosecution of Lacy Lee

At 8:30 a.m., Lacy Lee will go on trial for smoking marijuana at a pro-cannabis event -- unless, that is, Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper grants a request expressed in a letter on view below from attorney Rob Corry, who represents Lee, and asks the city attorney to drop the case. But Corry's not betting the house on him doing so.
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