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How The Passage of Prop 64 Can Help You

Posted in Criminal Law,Drug Crimes,In The News on December 8, 2016

With the passage of Proposition 64 (officially the “Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act,” also commonly known as the “Adult Use of Marijuana Act,”) on November 8, 2016, certain marijuana-related activities, which were previously crimes, were decriminalized.  Further, other crimes which were previously classified as felonies can potentially be reduced to misdemeanors. … Continue reading How The Passage of Prop 64 Can Help You

California’s new take on Civil Forfeiture Laws

Posted in Criminal Law,Drug Crimes on October 12, 2016

About this time last year, we reported that, via the use of of Senate Bill 443, California legislators attempted to change the state’s civil forfeiture laws, however the Bill failed to pass in the Senate. We are pleased to announce, however, that a similar Bill introduced this year  just passed. Starting in 2017, law enforcement agencies … Continue reading California’s new take on Civil Forfeiture Laws

Federal Raids on California Cannabis Collectives

Posted in Change on the Horizon?,Drug Crimes,Legal Matters in the Community on April 17, 2016

In 1996, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the legalization of medical marijuana in California did not protect users or distributors from federal prosecution. Since then, medical marijuana dispensaries, card holders, and cultivators have consistently dealt with raids and federal crimes charges. Through out the years, communities and supporters of medical marijuana in California … Continue reading Federal Raids on California Cannabis Collectives