(Received 28 April 1979; accepted 16 May 1979)
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The analytical procedures employed in drug identification have come under increasing scrutiny in recent years. Since cannabis is one of the most commonly found illicit drugs, an extra focus has been brought on its identification. Thus, several publications [1–5] have outlined methods of attacking the testimony of analysts who have identified cannabis for forensic purposes.
Chief, Drug Research Laboratories, Ottawa,
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