Medical marijuana advocates facing drug charges in Southern Oregon are being evicted from their office, which happens to be next to the federal courthouse in Medford.
The Mail Tribune reports the landlord notified the Southern Oregon chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws they must be out Sunday for violating federal drug laws, and being late with the rent.
The eviction notice was filed in Jackson County Circuit Court.
The director of Southern Oregon NORML, Lori Duckworth, and her husband face state criminal charges alleging they conspired to sell and grow marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school. A small private school is two blocks away.
Duckworth says the eviction notice amounts to being convicted before they have had their day in court.