Duron Carter’s Saskatoon marijuana case has been adjourned, again, for the third time.
That according to Alex MacPherson from the Saskatoon StarPhoenix.
His lawyer, Regina-based Louis Mercier, appeared by telephone and requested the adjournment. The appearance lasted less than five minutes.
Carter, who is from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., is scheduled to return to court on June 27.
Carter was charged on Feb. 1 after security officers at the Saskatoon airport found marijuana in Carter’s bag following a search. Carter was also found with marijuana – pots cookies – at the Winnipeg airport last November.
It’s been reported that Carter is unlikely to face supplementary discipline from either the CFL or the Riders and CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie has said the CFL would have to re-examine its approach to marijuana in the wake of legalization legislation set to pass this summer.