The Michigan Court of Appeals on Dec. 20, 2016, issued a written opinion indicating that improperly transporting marihuana unconstitutional. See People v Latz. This means that the statute, MCL § 750.474, indicating how a patient or caregiver must transport his or her usable marihuana is no longer valid here in the State of Michigan. Previously,…

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Defining Drying Usable Marihuana – People v Randall The Michigan Court of Appeals in January 2015 wrote an opinion involving the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act (MMMA) and the definition of drying usable marihuana, which provides insight on whether an individual would be drying usable marihuana after he or she had just harvested or was harvesting…

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People v Carruthers Usable Marihuana Defined & Limited UPDATED On Thursday, June 11, 2014, the Michigan Supreme Court denied hearing the People v Carruthers usable marihuana case by order, which was on appeal from the Michigan Court of Appeals. The People v Carruthers usable marihuana case when interpreted by Michigan Court of Appeal created many…

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