ROADSIDE: Marin’s homeless can temporarily escape legal penalties for sleeping in their vehicles overnight while the county’s legal team reviews a Ninth Circuit Court ruling.  David Briggs

Sheriff’s deputies have stopped enforcing a county ordinance that criminalized living in one’s car, following the repeal of a similar ordinance by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in June.

While Marin’s county counsel reviews the ruling and the statute’s language to consider possible revisions, a traveler whose head is drooping after a . . .

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