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im pleading guilty soon. most of you know my story. i was a cg. someone that wasn't a patient was present during the raid with access to the tent i guess. So 4 felonies here I come in Oakland County. I'll let ya'll know my sentence when I can. Whatcha think I'm gonna do? The prosecuting attorney said the judge follows guidelines, which i think is 6 to 9 months for a first time offender. So is that really what I'm looking at?

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you must be scared as hell i know we are for us it's 14 years

good luck

their was a time long ago were i thought it was legal for medical use i hope people read this so they will learn it is not

Why is it not legal if you stay within the limits set forth by the 'act' ?

I am sorry for my ignorance. Trying to become informed about this clusterf--k we call medical marijuana. Please spread your knowledge, as I am not fully informed it would seem.

Thanks

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The following is harsh, but what will make folks change and pay attention?

 

darn, THE IDIOTS KEEP COMING (FROM oAKLAND).

 

Oakland County is not part of Michigan, thus is not safe or legal territory in which to exercise your mmj option.

 

BobandTorey did not have prior notice that Oakland County is MMJ Nazi Country. BaT are excused. Everyone else, however, has had multiple warnings. Those who travel in Oakland County with mmj, or grow mmj in Oakland County, are self-destructive.

 

If you must think you must carry mmj in Oakland, or grow mmj there, think again...pay attention now and stop--or regret it later--NEVER IN OAKLAND.

 

Some folks never learn. They think they are the exception. The most valuable learning tool you can acquire is a butt in seat in court in an mmj case in an Oakland courtroom--preferably before you are the accused. Oakland judges do not mince words, hide their prior decisions, cloak them in obfuscatory language, or change their minds. They do not sit en banc but they do decide en banc. The decision is always 'guilty as charged,' now pay the price.

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You should call a cannabis-specialist attorney before pleading anything. Don't be a victim of the worst-case scenario facing you in Oakland County. I recommend hiring the attorney leading the team taking the COA Appeals case to the Michigan Supreme Court, Mathew Newburg in Lansing. He travels to clients throughout Michigan. If anyone can aid you, it's Mr. Newburg. I am a client, respect him, but do not work for or get by paid him. Tell him Green Cross referred you. http://www.newburglaw.com/criminal-defense-2/

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if you were legl according to the LAW,g to trial,hopefully someone on the jury knows about jury nullification,IDK why you'd plead guilty?IMO this is exactly what they want,I know it's easy for me,but maybe,just maybe you'd set the tone,I know its easy for me to say,Im not facing that but if it were me I'd force their hand at a trial make them work for this felony charge!!

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if you were legl according to the LAW,g to trial,hopefully someone on the jury knows about jury nullification,IDK why you'd plead guilty?IMO this is exactly what they want,I know it's easy for me,but maybe,just maybe you'd set the tone,I know its easy for me to say,Im not facing that but if it were me I'd force their hand at a trial make them work for this felony charge!!

 

 

right but someone that wasn't a patient at the time of the raid was present and had access to the tent. The tent wasn't locked...therfore I didn't follow the act properly...Granted he was a patient a few months prior to the raid. It had expired

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im pleading guilty soon. most of you know my story. i was a cg. someone that wasn't a patient was present during the raid with access to the tent i guess. So 4 felonies here I come in Oakland County. I'll let ya'll know my sentence when I can. Whatcha think I'm gonna do? The prosecuting attorney said the judge follows guidelines, which i think is 6 to 9 months for a first time offender. So is that really what I'm looking at?

 

 

I guess I'm hoping for some lenience on sentencing since I thought I was in accordance

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Sorry, sorry, sorry but not surprised to hear 14. That female judge left no doubt. If u cud receive wud have said way to do 14 is to have faithful bros who will visit as regularly as they takee a dumpee. Also, other people who ship u care packages. 14 will put u in SuperMax, or whatever they call it when folks who did nothing are willing to run at any cost--lots of box time, little circulation. Finally, u are indeed fortunate if you have a "life of the mind" which you can escape into 10 hours a day. Some interest, hobby, or cause on which you determine to produce a book or other massive related project before your sentence runs out. Nothing makes doing time go faster than having a pressing project that consumes you and whose enormity assures that you will be pinched for time to complete it before your lap lapses. Best.

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someone that wasn't a patient at the time of the raid was present and had access to the tent. The tent wasn't locked...therefore I didn't follow the act properly...

 

Sorry hearing of this hassle. Still have hope. First, "innocent bystanders" are permitted to be present -if- the person with valid ID authorizing those plants is on-hand. Bystander couldn't be medicating without valid ID tho. Second, the law cites the enclosed, locked room/facility itself containing the plants has to be locked, not just the tent itself such as putting a tiny lock on the zippers. Bummer if the room had no lock or was unlocked when raided cuz they may claim you're outside the MMMAct and therefore not entitled to use it as a defense. This makes it fuggin important to have a lawyer rep. you. Wishing you better days.

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right but someone that wasn't a patient at the time of the raid was present and had access to the tent. The tent wasn't locked...therfore I didn't follow the act properly...Granted he was a patient a few months prior to the raid. It had expired

so he wasnt a patient at the time of the raid? well IDK if thats the only reason you might go to jail because of that issue? do they have proof that person had access to the plants,because if they cant prove it what is this case about then?

I wish you the best of luck I know there are alot of opinions out there mine included,do whats best for you and your family,and hold your head up high whatever you decide. It really does suck your in Oakland:(

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do you have a lawyer pushing for you? it's really a shame that people, supposed leaders, go after patients. let this community know if you want major support on any given court date. we all can make a difference in the face of this oppression. jurors may surprise you, as real people, and be forgiving of a mere infraction. good luck with whatever you choose... keep the faith that you will prevail.

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