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  1. The Charge – OWI (Accident and 17 nanograms of THC) Set for Trial Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 8:00 am. We arrived at the Roscommon District Court House and were prepared for a 2-day jury trial. We had been preparing for weeks prior for this ongoing case from two years ago (March 2019) that the prosecutor insisted on pursuing. The Complaint The Complaint against our client was an alleged OWI Operating While Intoxicated/ Under the Influence or a Controlled Substance. As with all OWI cases, we would also need to defend the lesser included charges of (Operating While Impaired). ( lin
  2. Komorn Law is proud to report a significant and relevant case victory directly related to our recent Michigan Court of Appeals Opinion win in the People v. Thue case where as a registered medical marijuana patient cannot be penalized for consuming medical marihuana while on probation. The Client Issue Our client was charged with violating his probation for allegedly testing positive for “Marihuana” on 2 occasions. The allegations were based upon a urine test which both indicated the metabolite of Delta-9 THC, Carboxy -11/ COOH-11. Our client was certified as a medical marihuana pati
  3. Is it ? For the last 13 years of the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act (“MMMA”), patients on probation have asked that simple question. Relying on the simple plain language in the act that protects a medical marijuana patient from denial of any right or privilege (probation), as well as protection from penalty in ANY MANNER, as long as they followed the medical marijuana laws and rules. Until now, it was up to each individual courtroom to decide the patients fate. The judges, prosecutors, probation officers and drug testing labs decided which medicines a probationer could use. In some citi
  4. The Biden DOJ took the side of the IRS in the marijuana 280E tax arguement that state-legal cannabis businesses CAN be investigated by the IRS for probable violations of Section 280E of the tax code. It is believed to be one of the first times the U.S. Department of Justice under the new administration has filed an opinion in a marijuana court case. The Feb 2021 release of the filing was made by DOJ attorneys, led by acting Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar. “That is precisely the federal government’s position and has been for many years,” Thorburn said – an attorney representin
  5. On Oct. 12, Whitmer signed House Bills 4980-4985 and 5120 into law to expand and simplify the state’s criminal record expungement process. The bills will take effect April, 11, 2021. The new law will expand the number and types of convictions that qualify for expungement. Michigan is also working to establish a system to automatically expunge eligible felonies and misdemeanors after certain periods of time, but that still has some time before becoming active. What’s expungement? Expungement seals criminal convictions from the general public, including employers and landlor
  6. AP) — Judges can’t prevent people from using medical marijuana while on probation for a crime, the Michigan Court of Appeals said. Anyone holding a state-issued medical marijuana card is immune to possible penalties, the appeals court said, 3-0. The court, however, cautioned that the decision does not apply to the recreational use of marijuana, which was approved by voters in 2018. Michael Thue was barred from using medical marijuana while on probation for a year in a road rage incident in the Traverse City area. A District Court judge said the marijuana ban was the policy of Circu
  7. Registered patients previously barred from using medical marijuana while on probation may now light up, the state Court of Appeals ruled Thursday. “This opinion says the law is the law,” said Komorm, who represented the appellant in the case, “and we’re going to make the ruling that the Medical Marijuana Act and the card associated with the patient protect them from … penalty of any kind.” It’s taken 13 years, but Michigan courts are finally fully recognizing the rights instilled by the 2008 voter-passed Medical Marijuana Act, said Farmington Hills-based defense attorney. In Komorn
  8. Komorn Law Victory for Medical Marijuana Patients in Michigan Court of Appeals Medical marijuana patients have had their doctor recommended use of cannabis while on probation in limbo for a long time. Lead trial attorney and advocate for marijuana law reform Michael Komorn and his dedicated team of attorneys (specifically Ally McCormick) secured a victory in the Michigan Court of Appeals for Medical Marijuana Patients As many battles for marijuana patients, caregivers and business clients represented by the Komorn Law Firm loom in the background – a decision has been made to set
  9. Summary of this paper Our Machine-Learning algorithms scan the text for the most important phrases or passages. These highlights, alongside their respective section titles, are shown below. Introduction Saito et al. reported a validated gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC/MS) method with a LOQ of 0.4 ng THC/patch and found concentrations of 0.9 to 3.1 ng THC/patch in several 24-hour sweat patches from one cannabis user [20]. The expected disposition of THC in sweat from chronic cannabis users has not been reported.Go To Passage Subjects And Study Design Exact times of do
  10. Disclaimer: The information provided to you below is from a 3rd party and has not been fact checked or verified as true = ;) EXECUTIVE ORDERS – SUMMARIES Launching ‘100 Days Masking Challenge’, federal grounds mask mandate Trump reversal?: No Biden will ask the American people to do their part and mask up for 100 days to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Biden will also issue an executive order by requiring masks and social distancing in all federal buildings by all federal employees and contractors. Resuming engagement with World Health Organization Trump rever
  11. The United States Capitol 11:52 AM EST THE PRESIDENT: Chief Justice Roberts, Vice President Harris, Speaker Pelosi, Leader Schumer, Leader McConnell, Vice President Pence, distinguished guests, and my fellow Americans. This is America’s day. This is democracy’s day. A day of history and hope. Of renewal and resolve. Through a crucible for the ages America has been tested anew and America has risen to the challenge. Today, we celebrate the triumph not of a candidate, but of a cause, the cause of democracy. The will of the people has been heard and the will of
  12. What is a Show Up – Cause It’s Not a Line up A showup, like a lineup, is a form of eyewitness identification. At a showup, a witness or victim is usually shown one person rather than a group of people. Whereas lineups almost always take place in police stations, showups may happen in a police station or in the field or even at the crime scene. A crime-scene showup is especially likely when the police capture a suspect shortly after a crime has occurred. One for Two: Using Both a Showup and a Lineup Police will require a suspect to participate in both a showup and a lineup. They migh
  13. A message fro​m Chief Justice Bridget M. Mc​Cormack Welcome to the Michigan Supreme Court. My colleagues and I are privileged to serve the people of the state of Michigan. Our role in Michigan’s system of government demands that we interpret the law​ dispassionately, ensure that justice is available to everyone, remain responsive to the needs of our communities, and resolve disputes efficiently. We take these responsibilities seriously. To those ends, our work is guided by four fundamental principles. INDEPENDENCE. Unlike the executive and legislative branches, the ju
  14. Municipal reforms First a brief look at the history of medical marijuana and legalization thanks to Wikipedia Prior to statewide legalization, many cities in Michigan decriminalized cannabis or made enforcement of cannabis laws the lowest priority. Among the cities to enact such reforms were: Ann Arbor (1972), Kalamazoo (2012), Detroit (2012), Flint (2012), Grand Rapids (2012), Ypsilanti (2012), Ferndale (2013), Jackson (2013), Lansing (2013), Hazel Park (2014), Oak Park (2014), Berkley (2014), Huntington Woods (2014), Mount Pleasant (2014), Pleasant Ridge (2014), Port Huron (2014), Sag
  15. Occasionally at a law firm the weirdest laws are encountered during research. These are amongst many laws that are written so baffling and open ended that the narrative can be twisted anyway required to get a win by the prosecution. A well-seasoned attorney knows how to utilize this for better positioning to defend their client. So choosing your attorney will be one of the most important decisions in your defense case. Finding one that you can believe in requires research. Here are some laws still on the books in Michigan that have turned up during research. BLASPHEMY IS STILL ILLE
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