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New Memo from A.G. Sessions Directs Prosecutors to Attack "Violent Crime"

In a memorandum released by the Department of Justice this week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions instructed federal prosecutors to prioritize the identification and prosecution of “violent ...
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Amongst the Provisions of Law Contained in California's Proposition 64

By: Sean C Thomson, Esq. Amongst the provisions of law contained in California’s Proposition 64, is section 11361.8. Entitled “Recall or dismissal of sentence,” the section is an ...
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Wine or Weed: Colorado Custody Rights and the Effect on Children

In States where marijuana has been legalized, courts are beginning to view marijuana use similarly to how it views alcohol use. The issue is whether the use of marijuana negatively affects a ...
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Consequences of Crimes Involving Moral Turpitude (CIMT) in Marijuana Licensing

There are many individuals who are charged with crimes that are in unique situations when it comes to the collateral consequences of those crimes outside of the criminal justice system. Persons who ...
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The Business of Marijuana: This Ain't No Monkey Business!

“Monkey Business” is an idiom meaning “shenanigans," “nonsense,” and even “mischief”. For some, it is difficult to imagine the marijuana industry as ...
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Land Use: Do You Use?

How do you define the “use” for legal marijuana operations? Like the subject of our last real estate now on a blog, definitions run land use. That includes zoning. Land-use laws are tools ...
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Should Money from Pot Sales Be Allowed into the Federal Banking System?

Should marijuana sellers be allowed to use the nation’s banking system to sell a drug that is still illegal at the federal level? This question has recently been set before a federal judge in a ...
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Marijuana's Defining Moment

By Daniel Markofsky Grow, process, store, sell, use. Cultivate, trim, dry, dispense, ingest, consume, administer, vape. Concentrate, wax, BHO, shatter, infuse. Key license, occupational license, ...
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Federal Medical Marijuana Ban Lifted

Medical marijuana is no longer banned at the federal level. The near 2,000-page federal spending bill that was recently passed included a provision that lifts the medical marijuana ban. The war on ...
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Marijuana: What is Legal and What is Illegal

By Bridgette Odom Tomasetti, Esq. There is a misconception that marijuana is completely legal in Colorado. The state does have a number of permissible allowances for marijuana use and possession but ...
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Pot and Parenting

By Emily Kelley, Esq. We are coming up on three years since Amendment 64 was passed and marijuana become legal in Colorado. Since that time, adults 21 years and older have been legally growing up to 6 ...
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DUI and Marijuana

By Bridgette Tomasetti In Colorado, a driver can be charged with DUI if the officer suspects the person is impaired by marijuana. This can occur if officer believes the impairment is caused by ...
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Use of Marijuana While Outside of Work Can Still Get You Fired

By Emily Kelley, Esq. On June 15, 2015, the Colorado Supreme Court affirmed the Court of Appeal’s ruling on whether the use of medical marijuana in accordance with the Colorado Constitution ...
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Criminal Defense Attorney Julia M. Stancil Scores with Evidence Suppression in DUI Drug Case

Feldmann Nagel, LLC Criminal Defense attorney scored another outstanding victory for a client out of Elbert County, CO. She got ALL of the evidence in a DUI drug case suppressed. In May, 2013, CO ...
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Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana in Colorado

By Timothy Graves, Esq. In Colorado there are two types of crimes that involve driving while intoxicated by alcohol or drugs. "Driving under the influence' means driving a motor vehicle while ...
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Colorado, Marijuana and Child Custody

By James S. Margulis, Esq. http://www.ladybud.com/2013/07/15/just-move-to-a-state-where-its-legal-one-marijuana-moms-response/ The above article brings up a very hot topic: How will government ...
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