If it's not, what do I do about it?
answered on Mar 11, 2023
While there are some exceptions, it is typically illegal for a company to not hire you in New York based solely on a positive drug test for THC. If that's what they did, and why they did it, and no exceptions apply, you can sue them.
We plan to start a manufacturing plant to make hemp cigarettes and are looking for location now. The product looks like a traditional cigarette, but no tobacco or nicotine. It contains hemp or CBD.
answered on Jan 8, 2023
You may consider starting your research here:
I received a offer from United Health Group and the preemployment process has a standard drug screening which includes marijuana. I reside in NYS. Would my offer be rescinded if the drug test comes back with positive marijuana if the employer resides outsides of NYS?
answered on Oct 31, 2021
No more Cannabis testing in New York except in special circumstances. See this link:
Apply for the job honestly. Complete all questionnaires, etc... honestly.... Read more »
answered on May 3, 2021
You can truthfully answer that you have not been convicted if your disposition was expunged. However, there are applications such as a pistol permit and certain employment where the permit officer or HR office should be consulted. Some require disclosure of all cases even those that were... Read more »
Medical marihuana use was divulged during interview, they still offered a position. Now they say - will not hire you unless a drug test can be passed.
answered on Oct 30, 2020
Medical marijuana and recreational marijuana are different. I can not vouch for the legitimacy or accuracy of the below link but it sounds basically correct:
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I have never been charged with anything before. The judge told me I can plead guilty and receive a fine or plead not guilty. If I plead guilty do I automatically receive a fine or can I ask for a marijuana ACD? Do they offer it or do I have to plead not guilty for a marijuana ACD?
answered on Sep 20, 2020
You should be retaining counsel and not pleading to anything until you two have gone over the facts, ramifications and potential solutions to your issue.
On a 3rd party calling child protective custody on family
answered on Jun 30, 2020
The answer based upon the facts presented is no CPS cannot take the child. However, be aware that until ordered to do so by a judge, you do not have to take a drug test.
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