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about 2 hours agoThu 11 Jan 2018, 5:17am An Adelaide woman accused of supplying cannabis oil to terminally ill people has pleaded not guilty to drug charges and asserted her actions were “morally right”. Medicinal cannabis advocate Jenny Hallam, 45, entered her pleas in Adelaide Magistrates Court to one count each of possessing and manufacturing a controlled drug. Police raided the woman’s home at Hillier in northern Adelaide a year ago and charged her three months later with drug offences. Outside court, with supporters by her side, she said she had hoped the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) would drop the charges. “We have just provided the DPP with just under 200 letters from people who I have helped and also just the general public asking for the charges to be dropped,” she said. “It’s against the public interest, it’s a waste of taxpayers’ money.” Medicinal cannabis advocate Jenny Hallam defends actions as ‘morally right’

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