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Three Habits to Help You Avoid a Marijuana DUI

March 21st, 2018

A marijuana DUI is a serious stain on your record, but it’s entirely avoidable. A few simple habits and early preparations can help you stay safe and preserve your reputation. They aren’t difficult, but they’re vital for medical marijuana users trying to protect their rights. Take Your Medication at a Regular Time Taking your medication […]

Legal Challenges Facing Medical Marijuana Users

March 14th, 2018

You have a right as a patient to use medical marijuana, but you will still face many legal challenges. Many of these come from outdated methods and lingering bias. Restrictions determine how and where you take your medication, but unfair practices may make it impossible to live your life while taking your medication. Public Restrictions […]

Building Your DUI Marijuana Defense

March 7th, 2018

DUI marijuana charges are expected to rise in the coming years, despite the legalization of medical marijuana treatments. Unfounded suspicion and political agendas lead many innocent patients into the courtroom. If you use medical marijuana, it’s best to plan your defense now. Here are the most critical steps in proving your innocence. Establish Your Rights […]

State Legal: Specifics about Legal Weed in New Jersey

February 28th, 2018

Legal marijuana is making historic changes in New Jersey, but change is always a time of confusion. To acquire and use your new prescription safely and legally, you need to know the facts. There are still plenty of restrictions on medical marijuana use, and DUI marijuana charges are more complicated than you might assume. Legal […]

Be Smart with Your Green: How to Stay Legal with Your Marijuana

February 21st, 2018

DUI marijuana charges and other offenses are bound to rise with medical marijuana use. This will be true for responsible users, too. Staying legal with your marijuana requires advanced planning and lots of precautionary measures. Everything from your prescription’s source to the place you choose to take your medicine plays a role in safe, legal […]

Know Your Rights When It Comes to Legal Marijuana

February 14th, 2018

A DUI marijuana charge is a new issue, and it’s already one of the most complex charges in the state of New Jersey. If you use medical marijuana and face a DUI charge, you will need an attorney to protect your rights. There is very little precedent available to influence cases, which is why it’s […]

It’s Legal, Now What?

February 7th, 2018

Medical marijuana is legal now, but patients may be at significant risk for a DUI marijuana charge, even if they drive sober. Although this is a historic milestone for proponents of medical marijuana, the law hasn’t finished adapting to meet citizens’ new needs. It’s up to patients to know their rights in advance. Using Medical […]

What to Do After You Get a Marijuana DUI?

January 29th, 2018

A marijuana DUI is a new legal problem. If you use medical marijuana, get pulled over for a minor traffic offense, and the officer finds evidence that you are a user, you may automatically end up in the back of the police cruiser, even if you’ve done nothing wrong. We’ll help you understand the situation […]

Caught Toking and Driving? How Can a NJ Attorney Help?

January 25th, 2018

Toking and driving charges are bound to rise after the legalization of medical marijuana in New Jersey. It’s just as dangerous as drinking and driving, but marijuana related driving charges bring additional factors that do not work in the accused’s favor. It’s important to have the best possible defense to fight these charges, and the […]

What is the Twinkie Defense?

January 22nd, 2018

Novel defense strategies are important tools for defense attorneys everywhere. The Twinkie defense, for example, stands alone. While its silly name may be distracting, the Twinkie defense actually has some merit when it comes to criminal defendants who’re burdened with mental illness. Origins of the Twinkie Defense The Twinkie defense was originally implemented in a […]

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