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Drug related DUI's are more difficult for the DA to prosecute because there are no set standards regarding the level of the MJ in your system for a presumption that you were under the influence unlike alcohol related DUI's (.08).
Business and it's products are completely legal. The product I sell is firewood and water from a ground well that has water rights. Most customers use this on properties that are large MJ grows illegal by county ordinance but also used for housing among the same properties
It depends on the nature of the product, by whom it's used and for what purpose.
For example, you posted this question under several categories including Cannabis & MJ law. MJ is now legal for persons over the age of 18. However, if you sold/ delivered MJ to a minor (under 18)...Read more »
BECAUSE YOU HIRE A LAWYER DOESN'T MEAN YOU WILL GET OFF FROM THE CHARGES. A LAWYER FORCES THE DA TO MEET THEIR BURDEN OF PROOF. WHETHER THE CLIENT DID THE ACT OR NOT IS NOT THE ISSUE. IT IS WHETHER THERE IS ENOUGH EVIDENCE TO...Read more »
Over or under 21, transporting cannabis products across state borders is illegal under federal law, and under the laws of most states...including legalized states like Washington and California. This small amount would likely only be seen as simple possession and not carry particularly stiff...Read more »
Hi my girlfriend and I plan on starting an investigative journalism based YouTube account. We want to shoot a video called, “A look into the black market cannabis scene.” For this video we plan to interview black market cannabis dealers who work with cartels along with filming their operation.... Read more »
First and foremost, you are NOT allowed to consume legal cannabis in the following places: ANY public place or area; ANY location where tobacco smoking is prohibited; Within 1,000 feet of a school, etc. So the question becomes, where is this car? If on the street, probably not, as the street is a...Read more »
Hello I was arrested two years ago for possession of an assault weapon in ca. While serving time I. County jail I was pulled off to the side by a psychologist and a psychiatrist whom out of the blue told me I had schizophrenia spectrum disorder and put me on medication. I never showed symptoms of... Read more »
been with company for 12 years never been written or or called in sick there were allegations that I was smoking Marijuana on my breaks I have been suspended but they did not list the reason why in writing only verbal this happened last Wednesday when I was in Turlock they called and said I... Read more »
You cannot smoke marijuana at work, unless it is in your home or a business specifically licensed for consumption of marijuana. The law about where you can use it is very specific, you cannot be in public places or in your car. So, you could be fired for committing a criminal act. It does not...Read more »
Division 24 of the California Food and Agricultural Code provides for the cultivation of industrial hemp by registered growers, hemp breeders, and established agricultural research institutions. Regardless of any federal requirements, all hemp growers in California must comply with existing state...Read more »
You can check the California Bar website (https://www.calbar.ca.gov/), any person who has been licensed to practice in CA is listed as is their status to practice law and any disciplinary action taken against them.
I went into the bathroom for 2 minutes and when i came out of the stall from taking a piss, the other kids in the bathroom were being searched, I tried to leave but I got searched as well and caught with an empty thc cartridge and battery. Neither of my parents were in town when this happened so my... Read more »
i assume you are commanded to appear in Juv Ct?...if they file.
you can either come in with a lawyer or ask for a public defender to represent you.
you should avoid vaping as there is some evidence that it is harmful.
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