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Category: Marijuana Laws


APR. 20 2018
Drug Attorney in West Palm Beach | What to Know When Caught with Cannabis
Drug Attorney in West Palm Beach | What to Know When Caught with Cannabis
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If you choose to partake in smoking cannabis, you are already running the risk of getting caught. Should you find yourself caught in possession or smoking, you may want a drug attorney in West Palm Beach. Here are a few things you should know to prepare yourself:

 

Know Your Rights

 

If you are going to take the risk of possessing cannabis, you need to know your rights. This can help you should you ever get caught. For example, United States police need probable cause to search your car. This means there is suspicious evidence that indicates you …

MAR. 30 2018
Marijuana Lawyer in West Palm Beach | Wrongly Accused of Possession
Marijuana Lawyer in West Palm Beach | Wrongly Accused of Possession

Laws and stigmas regarding marijuana are changing nowadays. But, there are still some heavy duty consequences that can come along with it being in your presence in any way, shape, or form. However, if you find yourself wrongfully accused, it’s time to call on a marijuana lawyer in West Palm Beach. Read to learn how to handle this situation:

 

Secure a Lawyer

 

Do not take any action without a trustworthy lawyer. Doing too much to prove your innocence can look bad and do more harm than good. Having a lawyer can protect you and will help you …

DEC. 8 2017
Medical Marijuana Has Changed in Florida — How Does It Work?
Medical Marijuana Has Changed in Florida — How Does It Work?

Since the Florida legislature passed a bill expanding medical marijuana use in our state, many Floridians want to understand more about how the laws have changed and what is actually happening.

 

Things are still evolving and businesses and communities are working out the details, but here’s what’s going on right now.

 

Medical Marijuana It’s the Law… Except Where It’s Not

In 2016, over 70 percent of Florida voters approved the measure to allow medical marijuana use. However, cities can pass moratoriums to limit the placement and number of medical marijuana centers in their municipalities. Currently, Vero Beach is …

AUG. 11 2017
Will You Get Cited or Arrested for Pot? Depends on Where You Live
Will You Get Cited or Arrested for Pot? Depends on Where You Live
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During the November 2016 election, amongst other surprising outcomes, our state voted to legalize medical marijuana for “individuals with debilitating medical conditions as determined by a licensed Florida physician.”

 

These conditions include things like cancer, epilepsy, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, PTSD, ALS, Crohn’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and other health issues a physician believes that the medical use of marijuana would be beneficial.

 

While you can’t get medical marijuana yet, by October of this year, the Florida Department of Health will begin issuing licenses for medical marijuana treatment centers and identification cards for eligible patients and caregivers.…