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Category Archive:  Medical Marijuana Laws

Nov 25

A 2017 Guide To Colorado (Medical) Marijuana Cultivation & Plant Count Rights 18-18-406 By H. Michael Steinberg Colorado Drug Crimes Criminal Defense Lawyer A 2017 Guide To Colorado (Medical) Marijuana Cultivation & Plant Count Rights – There is a great deal of confusion surrounding the rights of Colorado citizens to grow and use medical marijuana plants especially those with Medical Marijuana licenses. To Understand The Right To Grow Marijuana Plants In Colorado One Needs To … Read The Rest

Apr 13

A new bill signed by Governor Hickenlooper today makes it unlawful for a Colorado Judge to prohibit, as a condition of bond, the use of medical marijuana as long as the user has a valid medical marijuana registration card. The new law is not effective until 90 days past the adjournment of the date legislature (August 9, 2017) however a moral argument can be made that Judges should enforce the new law before it’s effective date.   … Read The Rest

Dec 24

By H. Michael Steinberg Colorado Drug Crimes Criminal Defense Lawyer Understanding The Basics Of Colorado’s 2014 Marijuana Laws Understanding The Basics Of Colorado’s 2014 Marijuana Laws – How Far Can I Go?  Many questions still remain with the January 1, 2014 deadline looming – as of the date of this article – for the legal purchase of marijuana. As a Colorado criminal defense lawyer – needed to understand the new rules so I did some … Read The Rest

Jun 11

The Colorado Supreme Court let stand a lower appeals court decision rejecting the consumpton of medical marijuana as a constitutional right. When a Supreme Court exercises their jurisdictional discretion to refuse to disturb a lwoer court’s decision – that becomes the law of Colorado… unless the United States Supreme Court agrees to decide the case under the United States Constitution. The Colorado Court of Appeals decided in 2011 that medical-marijuana patients have no right to … Read The Rest

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