Michigan Medical Marijuana Attorneys
The marijuana laws in Michigan are very poorly written and this can make interpreting them very confusing and frustrating. The fact that MMMA was written vaguely is a huge disservice for those trying to comply with law. Any mistake made in the growing process or in handing can result in felony charges for delivery and manufacturing marijuana. Depending on the amount of plants and or marijuana in your possession, these charges can range from a 4 year felony with a possible $2,000.00 fine to a 15 year felony with a possible $10,000,000.00 fine. Under federal law these penalties are even harsher and can carry mandatory prison time. Currently marijuana, whether medical or not, is illegal under federal law and state law defenses do not apply.
Inform Yourself About Medical Marijuana Laws in Michigan
Consequently, it is extremely important to know the law. Errors, misunderstandings, lapsed cards, and faulty grow rooms are not tolerated by the police. Police will charge you with crimes whenever they think you violated the Act, and even some times when you have not. Though it is extremely difficult to know the law and comply, police and prosecutors do not care and will charge you with a felony if they find out. This is why it is important to be knowledgeable about what the Act really says and to have attorney that knows your rights and can fight for them.
Charged With a Marijuana Crime? You Need an Experienced Attorney That Gets Results.
The Clark Law Office has been helping people charged with Medical Marijuana Offenses since 2008 when it was first enacted. The people of Michigan have decided that Medical Marijuana is a legal right. Even though we as a state have made this decision, these rights get trampled on every single day in our Courts. Whether its unconstitutional police raids and seizures, or unfair charges based on bogus allegations, or illogical and ill-conceived decisions from the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court, the rights of Michigan Citizens have been under fire since 2008. When you have been charged with a crime you need someone in your corner to help protect the rights you have. We have achieved dismissals, acquittals, and favorable plea agreements for our clients, because we know the law and know your rights. If you need an experienced Medical Marijuana Attorney to help defend you, call us today for free.