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Q: If someone is having a overdose in New Mexico can they still be charged with a 4th degree felony if police saw Marijuana

Charged sent to jail public defender said he could not use the overdose prevention limited immunity. A search was conducted on home. Brother was also charged but his charge was dismissed. He used the overdose statue.

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Q: Can a person on disability help(volunteer) her husband in cannabis business without losing benefits?
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answered on Mar 4, 2023

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