peanutbutter Posted May 17, 2010 Report Share Posted May 17, 2010 ( B ) A person may assert the medical purpose for using marihuana in a motion to dismiss, and the charges shall be dismissed following an evidentiary hearing where the person shows the elements listed in subsection (a). ( c ) If a patient or a patient's primary caregiver demonstrates the patient's medical purpose for using marihuana pursuant to this section, the patient and the patient's primary caregiver shall not be subject to the following for the patient's medical use of marihuana: (1) disciplinary action by a business or occupational or professional licensing board or bureau; or (2) forfeiture of any interest in or right to property. This new law protects the property of the medical marijuana patient. This new law causes any existing law to not apply to medical marijuana patients. It over rides any existing law that it conflicts with. There are protections in this new law. It protects patient themselves and the patients property. Any law that permitted officers to take property from a marijuana user does not apply to a person that is sick and can find a doctor willing to write a letter. This new law does away with the old laws that permitted officers to take property. When officers illegally take property from someone at the point of a gun, it's called "armed robbery." Even if they have a badge and gun. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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