By JOHN BURNETT
Tribune-Herald staff writer
Trial has again been delayed for marijuana advocate Roger Christie and prosecutors have filed additional charges against him as well.
Christie, founder of The Hawaii Cannabis Ministry, had been scheduled to start trial on Wednesday on federal charges of conspiracy to manufacture, distribute and possess 100 or more marijuana plants, plus manufacturing and possessing with intent to distribute 284 marijuana plants.
Trial is now scheduled for March 19, the seventh trial date set in the case, although it may be delayed further.