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0 Answers | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Ohio on
Q: Can I get fired for failing a drug test even though I have my medical card and they hired me back at another location

I’m legally disabled since a young age and they’ve been telling me I might be able to get hired back for days now and they updated there policy but I’m left hanging not knowing what’s going on. I’ve missed 7days of work so far. And I have to start work at another location. They said I... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Nebraska on
Q: Unpaid marijuana fine - will it cause passport issues. How can I get in contact to pay? It is out of state

Possession ticket from past. Went to court and was fined. I then Mailed the check but it never cleared. I moved so never heard more. It’s unpaid and I’m hoping to travel out of the country next year. How can i get the process of paying started? It’s out of state in Missouri or Iowa i believe.... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Appeals / Appellate Law, DUI / DWI and Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Michigan on
Q: What can be done if a judge in MI is ignoring the court of appeals decision that allows mmj patients to use on probation

My disabled husband was arrested for DUI and took a plea to a lesser charge because it seemed like all he could do. He took the plea with the understanding that it would not prevent him from using medical Marijuana as a brain tumor patient. The judge in lapeer County is not allowing him to use... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Georgia on
Q: My child was given an edible at school. The school suspended her & now we have a scheduled hearing. What should I do?

In my daughters statement she told them she knows what an edible is & what’s in it. She does because we talk about a lot. She doesn’t actually know what weed will do to her. They may try to send her to an alternative school. What can I do? It’s not fair because she didn’t bring it... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Virginia on
Q: In a state where cannabis is legal is it legal to mail THC vape cartridges to another state where cannabis is legal?
Aaron A. Pelley
Aaron A. Pelley answered on Sep 19, 2021

It is still Federally illegal to ship cannabis or transport it across state lines. Or possess cannabis. Or anything with cannabis. Still all federally illegal. All of it.

The reason this is more of a problem is because you are would be using a Federal service (United States Post Office) to...
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0 Answers | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law for New Mexico on
Q: I had a friend plant his cannabis seeds at a local grow here in taos. The owners kicked us out of the farm. They stayed

With Two hundred or more of our seeds. When we left they began to start growing.

1 Answer | Asked in Business Formation, Business Law and Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Illinois on
Q: I want to start a cannabis business but licensing is too expensive in Illinois, how legal is it to sell cannabis clones

What is a Cannabis clone? A cannabis plant that is a genetic copy of the mother plant. When obtained from a reputable breeder, a clone is a young female cannabis plant with stable genetics. Growers typically select to raise clones instead of seeds when they would rather not risk getting a plant... Read more »

Alexander Ivakhnenko
Alexander Ivakhnenko answered on Sep 16, 2021

No, it would not be legal as the State of Illinois requires a very strict licensing, regulation, and eligibility for any cannabis and its derivatives operation in the state.

Besides, such operation does not qualify as a Sec. 503 non-for profit entity as it would be geared towards profit...
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0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Real Estate Law and Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Indiana on
Q: Hi, I see I must keep this brief. Can a LEO order me inside my house on my property when not involved in anything.

Had to erase previous detailed explanation for lack of space. Will try to keep to pertinent details.

My son was followed few miles by officer who was attracted to expired plate. As soon turns into my driveway where son lives officer stops him in street right at driveway. Son texts me in... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law and Criminal Law for Indiana on
Q: I was recently charged with a b misd. Poss. Of marijuana, c misd. Poss. Of paraphernalia, and a level 6 poss. Of meth

The meth was residue in an empty baggy. I don’t know how it ended up in my car but that’s beside the fact. My question is when I went to my arraignment, they added a class A misd. Poss. Of marijuana along with the class B poss of marijuana. How can I get charged twice for the same 2 gram bag?... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Indiana on
Q: I got pulled over because the cop said I had a warrant but there was no warrant while stopped he searched weed was found

Got a summons ticket for a b mistameaer while on probation what kinda trouble am I in even though there was no proble cause for the stop or the seach

0 Answers | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Indiana on
Q: I'm on probation and I get pulled over because the cop said I had a warrant but I did not have one

Weed Was found on me was wrote a summons ticket b mistameaer what kinda trouble am I looking at even though the cop had no propapulablle cause to stop me

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Ohio on
Q: can you be prosecuted for trying an illegal substance once (one mushroom) in the past even without physical evidence

i did it a long time ago and only now has anyone heard of it so now i am being threatened with prosecution without physical evidence.

Andrew Popp
Andrew Popp answered on Sep 9, 2021

Doing drugs is technically not a crime. Possession of the drug is a crime. That being said, if you were on some type of probation etc. that prohibited the use of any drugs then that could stand. Whether or not the prosecutor can prove that you had possession of a controlled substance or if you... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Nevada on
Q: in2015 i was pulled over with 34grams of marijuana a felony amount will this stop me from getting my agent card in nevad

Im trying to get my agent card to work in the medical marijuana industry like most of my friends do since its decent pay and good tips. In 2/28/2015 i was pulled over with 34 grams of marijuana in my car i got charged with attempt possession to distribute a wobbler felony i messed up probation and... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Nebraska on
Q: cps just threatened to taking our new born because wife tested positive for thc but has been using cbd

the cbd in my town all has up to .3% delta 9 in them allowed by nebraska law and i need help

0 Answers | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law and Criminal Law for North Carolina on
Q: I need the exact verbiage, or statement, to make to the court to reduce my felony marijuana charges to one misd.

I spoke with a lawyer and he told me I could get the 3 felonies reduced, if I plead guilty to a lesser possession of marijuana charges and unsupervised probation, because I told him I do not think I would be able to cope with my anxiety without cannabis.

If I were to be put on regular... Read more »

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