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1 Answer | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law, Criminal Law and Federal Crimes for Pennsylvania on
Q: Could I get a medical marijuana card for myself in Pennsylvania, if my husband has guns in our home?

I have no guns registered in my name.

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Jun 4, 2021

There would be nothing to prohibit that.

2 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law and Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: I have questions about theft and drug cases I'm facing right now

would like to upload documents

Ellis B. Klein
Ellis B. Klein answered on Aug 20, 2020

The best thing to do is call experienced criminal defense attorneys and get a consultation. Most lawyers, including myself, give free consults over the phone, so start calling around! Good luck

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Cannabis & Marijuana Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: I allowed Law Enforcement to forward 1 email from my phone to himself. Can the emails be used against me in court?

Even though I only allowed one email to be forwarded, when he took my phone to put his email in he forwarded himself the whole conversation without my permission and without a warrent. Will that hold up in court. My worry is they will say I allowed all emails to be sent which is not true because... Read more »

Ellis B. Klein
Ellis B. Klein answered on Aug 8, 2020

Yes. Anything can be used against you. Do not speak with police without speaking with a lawyer.

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Q: If law enforcement only has proof of purchase of drugs through messages can you be found guilty from that alone?

Law enforcement has never had proof of physical drugs but they have messages that I bought them. Will that alone in court be able to convict me of possession? Messages were only to buy never sell or intent to sell.

Ellis B. Klein
Ellis B. Klein answered on Aug 8, 2020

It depends what you are charged with. If you are charged with possession, possibly no. Of you are charged with attempt or conspiracy, then maybe. Talk to an experienced criminal defense attorney who can examine your case to see of there is a defense. Good luck!

1 Answer | Asked in Cannabis & Marijuana Law and DUI / DWI for Pennsylvania on
Q: Co op community daughter was pulled over gota dui and small amount of pot.shes not on my lease but lives here can i be

1st time offender no priors . Like I said she's not on our lease but she does live here but she does also have that other address somewhere else she just stays with us mom and dad thank you i guess im asking if i can be evicted?

Cary B. Hall
Cary B. Hall answered on Feb 24, 2020

I doubt it -- but I suppose you should look to the terms of your lease (instead of the DUI laws).

Best of luck to you, and her. If your daughter needs some assistance with her DUI case -- and there are legal traps for the unwary! -- feel free to have her contact me offsite.

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Q: Can a marijuana DUI stack on previous alcohol DUI'S in PA?
Cary B. Hall
Cary B. Hall answered on Feb 10, 2020

Yes.

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