In 2008, the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act was passed allowing certain individuals the right to use, possess, and grow marijuana for medicinal purposes. Yet, the laws have been and remain unclear. If you reside in Royal Oak or Michigan’s Tri-County area and have medical marijuana charges pending against you, there is a good chance that your constitutional rights have been violated. Rudoi Law can defend you against unconstitutional legislation and improper law enforcement, whether you are a patient, a registered caregiver or a grower.
Know Your Rights
The Michigan Medical Marihuana Act protects people from arrest, prosecution, penalty, or being denied any right or privilege, if the person fulfills certain requirements, such as being a qualifying patient or a registered primary caregiver. Still, state and local governments follow laws that are contradictory and often punitively enforced. Rudoi Law offers expertise in the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act arena. This type of legal representation can be beneficial when there are medical marijuana charges against you and can help you avoid serious consequences.
If you want to fight the marijuana criminal charges against you, then choose an attorney that knows the constitutionality of laws that govern it and how to fight against the criminalization of marijuana defendants in Michigan. Medical and religious use of marijuana is a constitutional right that is protected. With laws that are ever changing and expected to change again in Michigan as 2017 comes to a close, it is a wise choice to put your fate in the hands of the experts.
Rudoi Law offers expert legal consultation and defense to patients and providers across Michigan, including Royal Oak, Auburn Hills, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Detroit, Ferndale, Pontiac, Rochester, Troy, and West Bloomfield, as well as all other residents of Oakland County and Macomb County. Call Rudoi Law 24 HRS for a free, no-obligation consultation at (248) 935-9074.