By K.C. Mehaffey
World staff writer
Saturday, January 22, 2011
OKANOGAN — John Novak is in a fight with the law over what he believes is his right to grow medical marijuana for himself and another medical marijuana patient at his remote Okanogan County home.
He’s hoping the battle doesn’t turn out the way it did for the guy in his dad’s hit song, “I fought the law.”
Novak, 45, says he is the son of the late Bobby Fuller, best known for the 1965 top-ten single with the familiar refrain that ends “and the law won.”
But in his case, Novak says, the law is on his side. If a judge doesn’t dismiss the criminal charges against him next week, he thinks a jury will see it his way when his case goes to trial Feb. 1.
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