Hilary Bricken in Seattle King5 News

“This is one of those times in history where we are on the cutting edge of a new law and we have to be very careful,” said attorney Hilary Bricken, who offered to represent Aversano for free. “I mean, where does the line stop?

“What Abode is doing completely breaks down the barriers of privacy that these people pay for when they rent these units,” she said. But remember, the Iraq War veteran is using a liquid form of the drug. Landlords still have the right to ban all smoking on their properties, evict those who refuse to comply, and even search their homes.