DENVER (AP) - A Denver County judge has overturned a property destruction conviction against marijuana activist Robert Corry, citing a lack of evidence.
A jury convicted Corry on Tuesday. He was arrested in June and charged with smashing the window of a recreational vehicle.
The Denver Post reports that the vehicle's owner testified he didn't see the incident and thought it was an accident. Judge Raymond Satter overturned the verdict.
The 46-year-old Corry has protested a ballot measure to tax recreational marijuana when it becomes legal next year.
Corry returns to court later this month. He's charged with publicly consuming pot at Coors Field in September.
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