The freedom to use one’s medical marijuana cards to ingest medical marijuana while someone is on any type of criminal probation in the city or County courthouses throughout the state of Oklahoma is a confusing mess.
Well many probation officers and Judges DO allow the use of medical...Read more »
He said he had probable cause but they all say that and that he was allowed to search the vehicle. He found a bowl worth of marijuana and threatened me with a felony cause he told me since I'm a tribal member on tribal land it's a felony to have marijuana
Record was expunged and sealed. I'm trying to get arrest and/or court records now but the arresting agency and county clerk of the court have no records. The arrest still shows up on my national background check but without any related charges or court decisions. How can I get that info?
That was a long time ago. I’m guessing you might have trouble locating your attorney but that’s always the first place to start. There are different types of expungements under Oklahoma statutory law. Sounds like maybe you only took the expungement granted by the Court (Judge) but might not...Read more »
With the passing of medicinal marijuana this question becomes very interesting. A medical user can use anywhere that smoking is permitted. (In other words can’t smoke indoors where smoking of cigarettes would be prohibited)
Additionally, there are minors who also have medicinal marijuana...Read more »
I am in the process off renouncing US citizenship and riding solely on my native citizenship. I as a Cherokee citizen should not have to carry US citizenship to have access to my ancestry and my ancestors land. I will ask for a chancellor to come into Indian territory “Oklahoma “ and conduct my... Read more »
In a nut shell, the Native American tribes are considered domestic nations within the US not foreign nations (hence no US embassy). As a result you cannot denounce your US citizenship and expect to be able to remain in the US. This would restrict your business as well, unless you became a citizen...Read more »
I am on probation and have had my medical Marijuana card for a year but District attorney says no more. It's against probation rules to violate federal law which Marijuana does. Can they do that when it is medical and state says I can?
The medicinal marijuana is a license granted by the state just like a driver license and can be revoked. Your probation officer is correct that it is still federally prohibited and thus would be violation of payroll because in that condition you are to not violate any laws not just state. He/she is...Read more »
You say you have 25 deferred. Do you mean suspended? It looks like from the title of your question (by your use of 10/25) that you received maybe a 25-year sentence with the first 10 years to serve for trafficking marijuana, and you were paroled at some point while serving the 10 years, is that...Read more »
The best thing you can do is hire a criminal defense attorney and follow your attorney's advice. There are a variety of ways to defend the charges you describe, but each case is different. The defense strategy recommended by your attorney will be largely dependent upon the facts and evidence...Read more »
There are a lot of different variables that could affect the path your case tales. With no prior convictions you’re much more likely to have a very favorable resolution that you have had previous runnings with law-enforcement or juvenile authorities. . You need to consult a criminal defense...Read more »
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