Our client, a medical marijuana patient registered with the State of Michigan, was out for a boat ride and some fishing on his friend’s boat. What started out as a glorious day with intentions of sun and fishing on the Detroit river later turned into federal charges of possession of marijuana (21 USC 844, 21 USC 844a) when a Border Patrol agent pulled up to them and wanted to search their vessel.
Related: Michigan law regarding marijuana manufacture, delivery, and possession
Komorn Law PLLC is proud to report another complete dismissal of all charges for our client. These past few months we have attained a high rate of dismissals of our client’s cases.
In this case our client was charged with allegations of felonious marihuana conduct; the case involved the definition of a medical marijuana plant in the law. More specifically, whether or not the plant was producing food from photosynthesis and was “living”. Of course, the prosecutor wanted to fight abo
Komorn Law, PLLC and Attorney Allen Peisner are proud to report the well-deserved dismissal of all marihuana charges for a young man and his family. We are proud about this one for many reasons. It is well understood that this jurisdiction (Clarkston - in the heart of Oakland County) is not known to be friendly to medical marijuana patients. In fact, in this venue at the arraignment, this particular Judge as a matter of practice tells the presumptively innocent patient that they must decide if t
We have come a long way from 2013, when a parent submitted the first petition to add Autism as a qualifying condition within the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act. It was ultimately rejected due to a lack of any research materials and testimony.
In 2014, a Parent tried to submit a new Autism petition with some testimony about physicians treating Autism patients who qualify due to also having epile
LANSING, MI - It was chilly on the morning of Dec. 15., but Michigan State Police stood outside a state office building. They were there for safety, ready, as the Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulation opened its doors, for some applicants to show up with the $6,000 application fee in cash.
Michigan lawmakers authorized a new medical marijuana industry in 2016, and the state began accepting applications to be a part of it on Dec. 15, 2017. But businesses seeking inclusion
I thought you all might enjoy this. "Ing-ham County Sheriff Gene Wriggelsworth, who is upset with Michigan's voter-approved marijuana law. "It's just a joke. It's a scam. Everybody knows it.""
Full article here: http://www.lansingstatejournal.com/article/20100405/NEWS01/4050330/Still-hazy-on-pot-law-Medical-marijuana-presents-challenges
Yes, on question 1. Very important to paint your walls and create a reflective perimeter around the garden. Research it. Some refelctive surfaces create hot spots and would be a bad choice.
Harvesting clear and cloudy the high is mellow and long lasting. It can last for 6 hours. It draws the yeild way down.
But that's true medical grade marijuana. Pot that works for the user and is harvested by the tri-chrome rather than the bud.
Different tri-chrome levels render entirely dif
I hate to say anthing, but...
I don't feel good about posting on the new forums. Why? Because all of the relationships from the old forums aren't toast, but all of the history is.
I don't have any trust that all of our new conversations aren't going to be toast as well. With that in mind, what's the point of posting?
I have about 500 posts on the old site, which I was SURPRISED to say the least. Now, all of that is gone. Or is it?
Waiting to see before I start participating
Just follow the directions and it works great.
The front page of 557 newspapers in 57 different countries!
WHOEVER CAME UP WITH THIS IS REALLY GOOD..
Just put your mouse on a city anywhere in the world and the newspaper
headlines pop up...
Double click and the page gets larger....you can read the entire paper
on some if you click on the right place. You can spend forever here.
This will be a good thing for the 3MA members once the new forum is up and running. I am hoping to see more people getting behind this movement and standing shoulder to shoulder as we move forward in the coming year. As our numbers continue to grow we will be a force the politicians will have to reckon with. With this new forum let us set aside differences and come together and put froth one voice to be heard around the world.
Yes I agree its wise to just not medicate in your vehicle. If they smell burnt product your getting a DWI. Here in Grand Rapids we still don't have legal access for meds. Just proves once this state gets their hands on things its been total chaos & corruption & a huge shortage on tested meds.
Right off the bat you fudged up by calling it RICK SIMPSON. It's CANNABIS OIL.
Get several opinions before you get the radiation treatment.
It's good you quit smoking cigarettes, they are probably why you got tongue cancer.
What you need the most is a sense of well being.
Knowing that you quit the cancer causing cigarettes should empower you going forward.
Use cannabis to help your total wellness. If it makes you feel good then it's right for you. If not then run from
Well not sure if it's ok if I post here because I'm from Florida, But any how I'm 60 yrs old and back on December 17 2017 I found out I had cancer on my tongue Verrucous squamous cell carcinoma is the type of cancer a very slow growing so i had a pet scan to see if it had spread and found out that it did not and that is was very condensed to that spot on the front of my tongue so my ear nose and throat specialists cut out about 2"x 1 1/2" of my tongue out and there was a pathologist right there
He's been standing on the shoulders of all the folks who have come before him that actually did something. He, Rick Simpson, just made a sloppy mess of an extraction and pretended he invented something. Then to most of the real folks dismay, he put his name on it and it stuck. Ego maniac in the medical marijuana closet, I'll give him that.