Michigan Recreational Marijuana Law

Michigan Criminal Lawyer, Josh Jones

Michigan Marijuana Roadside Drug Testing Explained – Josh Jones, Defense Attorney

In 2017, Michigan launched a pilot program that allowed for certain police officers to perform and execute roadside drug testing for suspected marijuana users. The idea was and still is to assist in the attempt to identify and charge potential individuals under the possible influence of marijuana. As many individuals know, marijuana is both legal …

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Michigan Criminal Lawyer, Josh Jones

Michigan Recreational Marijuana In the Home

Michigan recreational marijuana law is in full bloom, which means homeowners or residents are now allowed to possess, use and cultivate marijuana within those homes. But what are the guidelines for such possession, use and cultivation? This is an interesting because of the various ownership rights involved with someone’s home. If an individual owns the …

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Michigan Recreational Marijuana Law Outlined by Josh Jones, Esq

Michigan Recreational Marijuana Law Generally speaking, Michigan Residents 21 and over will be allowed to possess, consume, sell, and grow or cultivate marijuana here in the State of Michigan. However, there will be some limitations on some of these activities. The sale of marijuana will be limited to those possessing a proper license. These will …

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UPDATED: Marijuana & Driving In Michigan: Identifying the High

Marijuana While Driving In Michigan – UPDATED The Michigan Recreational Marijuana Law changes the landscape of marijuana use throughout the State. Even though Marijuana use and possession is legal, it will still be illegal for an individual to drive under the influence of marijuana. ?However, now marijuana and drunk driving has changed because it will …

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