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Komorn Law And Mmma File Class-Action Suit Against Msp And Oakland Sheriff

Posted by Michael Komorn , in Caregivers, Medical marijuana rights, Patients, Legal 23 June 2016 · 255 views
Co. Kriste Kibbey Etue and 9 more...
In the Federal Eastern District Court yesterday, Komorn Law and the MMMA filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of all medical marijuana patients and their caregivers who depend on the medical use of cannabis oil or products infused with marijuana, such as edible preparations. The lawsuit seeks to enjoin the Michigan State Police and Oakland County Sherif...


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Michigan State Bar Marihuana Section - First Meeting

Posted by Michael Komorn , in Legal, Medical marijuana rights 11 January 2016 · 2,980 views
State Bar of Michigan and 1 more...
Michigan State Bar Marihuana Section - First Meeting Recent national articles have embarrassed the state of Michigan. It does not take much reading or news watching to discover that Michigan's national spotlight is not anything to brag about. The Governor is facing controversy over his leadership in the Flint water crisis. Some are calling the situation a human rights violation, and enough voices have been...


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Man Shoots At Police During No-Knock Raid; Now Faces The Death Penalty

Posted by Michael Komorn , in Caregivers, Medical marijuana rights, Patients, Legal 25 September 2014 · 5,659 views
swat, police, resisting arrest and 3 more...
Marvin Guy is facing capital murder in Killeen, Texas for shooting and killing a SWAT officer that was executing a no-knock, pre-dawn drug raid and Mr. Guy’s home where he was in bed with his wife. No drugs were found and the raid was apparently based on a bogus tip. [http://thefreethough...lled-knock-r...


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Michigan Drivers Could Soon Face Saliva Testing For Thc Levels

Posted by Michael Komorn , in Caregivers, Medical marijuana rights, Patients, Legal 24 April 2014 · 1,382 views

Michigan Drivers Could Soon Face Saliva Testing For Thc Levels Ben Horner, owner of one of Michigan’s largest dispensaries, Michigan Organic Solutions out of Flint, shocked both legislators and the Medical Marijuana Community when he announced a proposal to set legal limits of THC in the blood while driving. During a House Judiciary Committee Meeting on April 17, 2014, Horner proposed a plan in which “patients curren...


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Arizona Supreme Court: Thc In System Does Not Equal Stoned Driving

Posted by Michael Komorn , in Caregivers, Medical marijuana rights, Patients, Legal 24 April 2014 · 754 views
Driving, Stoned Driving and 2 more...
Arizona Supreme Court: Thc In System Does Not Equal Stoned Driving The Arizona Supreme Court has been making a lot of Pot-friendly rulings as of late. The latest involves an ordinance from 1990 which stated that the presence of inert THC metabolites, namely carboxy-THC, in the body, regardless of any visual impairment, would qualify an individual as driving under the influence (DUI). Carboxy-THC is an inert metabolite th...


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Marijuana Businesses, Revenues And Banking

Posted by Michael Komorn , in Legal, Medical marijuana rights, Patients, Caregivers 10 April 2014 · 690 views
Marijuana Banking and 2 more...
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”) is issuing guidance to clarify Bank Secrecy Act (“BSA”) expectations for financial institutions seeking to provide services to marijuana-related businesses. FinCEN is issuing this guidance in light of recent state initiatives to legalize certain marijuana-related activity and related guidance by the U.S...


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U.s. Supreme Court Upholds Arizona Court Ruling: Cops Must Return Marijuana

Posted by Michael Komorn , in Caregivers, Medical marijuana rights, Patients, Legal 02 April 2014 · 1,104 views
Supreme Court Marijuana and 1 more...
U.s. Supreme Court Upholds Arizona Court Ruling: Cops Must Return Marijuana Remember the Sheriff from Arizona who stole a California patient’s medical marijuana?  He just got told by the highest court in the land to give it back.  

Related: Arizona Supreme Court Sets Example for other Medical Marijuana States    

The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the Arizona court rulings which ordered Yuma County Sheriff Leon Wilmott to return...


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Random Drug Testing For All-New Proposal That Is Gaining Momentum

Posted by Michael Komorn , in Medical marijuana rights, Legal 13 March 2014 · 632 views
Drug testing, Marijuana Users and 3 more...
A chilling new paper has been released by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) which calls for increased use of random drug testing for Americans of all ages. The paper states that random drug testing is currently “underutilized” and ought to be expanded to include people of all ages in virtually all aspects of daily life.    The paper was pe...


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This Is A Man Who Makes Millions (In Your Tax Dollars) Keeping Marijuana Illegal

Posted by Michael Komorn , in Medical marijuana rights 25 July 2013 · 1,037 views
Medical marijuana and 7 more...
Back in 2010, when Californians were given the opportunity to vote to legalize marijuana in their state, Lobbyist John Lovell  went to work for the special interest groups who make a killing off of keeping cannabis illegal.  The defeat of Prop 19 and the money that subsequently flowed to a select few is yet another example of how special interests are und...


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50 Years After Key Case, Problems Defending The Poor Persist

Posted by Michael Komorn , in Legal, Patients, Medical marijuana rights, Caregivers 16 March 2013 · 1,613 views
gideon v wainwright and 4 more...
The 50 Year Anniversary of a defendant's constitutional right to counsel, begs the question.. has Gideon fulfilled its goals, do the indigent defendants get less justice than those who can afford to hire a lawyer?   A half-century after Gideon v. Wainwright, many lawyers say the system for providing defense attorneys for the poor is in crisis....