Guest CaveatLector Posted June 9, 2010 Report Share Posted June 9, 2010 Yes I know there is a thread about this already but before things get lost in the mish-mash of responses I figured I would post the link to the Michigan Supreme Court opinion here. There has been much discussion on this site regarding zero tolerance and now we finally have a definitive decision to put people's minds at ease. This is a big deal... Read the court opinion here: http://www.courts.michigan.gov/supremecourt/Clerk/10-09/138031/138031-Opinion.pdf Or if you don't want to read the entire opinion then just take a look at this! "We hold that 11-carboxy-THC is not a schedule 1 controlled substance under MCL 333.7212 and, therefore, a person cannot be prosecuted under MCL 257.625(8) for operating a motor vehicle with any amount of 11-carboxy-THC in his or her system." Music to your ears? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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