The Effects Of Marijuana On The Brain causes Juries to stage a "mutiny":
Touray Cornell was arrested after a search of his house turned up used joints, a pipe, and pot residue. The search was prompted by neighbors complaining that he was allegedly selling drugs, which he reportedly admitted to in an affidavit. According to Beaumont Enterprise, Cornell's "criminal history includes numerous felony convictions."

But none of this was enough for the potential jurors, who all told District Court Judge Dusty Deschamps that they would not convict him for the pot. "I thought, 'Geez, I don't know if we can seat a jury,'" Deschamps told the Missoulian.

He then called a recess, during which Deputy Missoula County Attorney Andrew Paul worked out a plea deal. Paul described the incident as "a mutiny."

Even Cornell's own attorney was flummoxed, calling it "bizarre."

"I think it's going to become increasingly difficult to seat a jury in marijuana cases, at least the ones involving a small amount," Deschamps said.
Wow, that scary guy who had some used joints and residue in his home is back on the mean streets of Missoula County!

What a waste of taxpayers' money.