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Category: Tokers | Posted on Sun, June, 14th 2015 by THCFinder


Sticky note can't convict in marijuana case, state Supreme Court rules

Category: News | Posted on Sun, June, 14th 2015 by THCFinder

All that stood between a mother of two young children and a felony drug record after an Oakland County narcotics team raided their home was a sticky note.

More specifically — how would the courts view this Holly Village woman who'd jotted a few words and a date on a small adhesive-backed note? The words were to remind her husband of when it would be time to harvest the medical marijuana that he used for a health condition.

The sticky note was found by narcotics agents who'd burst into the house in 2012, guns drawn, when Cynthia Ann Mazur, her husband and their two children were gone, according to court records.

In a case watched closely by medical-pot users, the Michigan Supreme Court this week reversed lower courts' decisions on what constitutes evidence regarding the sticky note. The Oakland County Circuit Court was poised to convict Mazur, 45.

But the state Supreme Court ruled 4-3 that Mazur's sticky note was not evidence that she'd violated state drug laws. Instead, the paper scrap constituted "legal drug paraphernalia," a category defined in the law as devices that facilitate the use of medical cannabis by a state-approved patient.

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The 2015 Cannabis Business Summit And Expo Is Coming To Denver

Category: Events | Posted on Sun, June, 14th 2015 by THCFinder

cannabis business summit and expoI get e-mails and social media messages every day from people asking for advice about the growing marijuana industry. They want to know the trends, who to seek advice from, and opinions about their business ideas. I tell all of them the same thing – go to a reputable marijuana industry event. Sure, you can spend long hours trying to hunt down all of the marijuana industry leaders from various sectors, and trying to get them to respond to questions. However, I think you will find that most of the people that have the best advice are hard to reach because so many people are seeking their advice that they are likely speaking at an event.

Events are good too because you can network with other people that are pursuing similar dreams as yours. You can learn tips and tricks that they have learned along the way, as well as provide your own knowledge to people that are newer to the industry than yourself. Some people scoff at spending hundreds of dollars to attend an event. But what I always tell people is if you can’t spare hundreds of dollars to fine tune your skills and take your business idea to the next level, then chances are you likely won’t succeed in the industry.

There’s simply no other way to meet so many experts in one place, and be able to hear all of them speak on panels and keynote addresses. I can almost guarantee that if you attend a marijuana business event, you will learn things that you didn’t even know you needed to know. I have been running this blog for over five years, and I learn new things at every marijuana business event I attend. Part of that is because there are so many new ideas coming into the industry, and part of that is because the rules, regulations, and environment that surround the industry are constantly evolving. What is true one day may not still be true the next day.

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Police: Woman Reports Drug Deal Rip-Off, Ends Up Charged

Category: Odd | Posted on Sun, June, 14th 2015 by THCFinder

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) -- Authorities say a South Florida woman who called 911 to report that she was getting stiffed in a drug deal ended up reporting on herself: She now faces charges including drug possession.

The Broward Sheriff's Office reports that 19-year-old Daneshia Heller told a 911 operator Tuesday that she went to a Fort Lauderdale home to buy marijuana, but a man there took her $5 without giving her the drugs.

Officials say a deputy checked a white substance in Heller's pocket, which tested positive for alpha-PVP, a psychosis-inducing street drug known as flakka.

The South Florida Sun Sentinel reports that Heller was charged with drug possession and misusing the 911 system. Jail records show Heller was in custody without bond for violating the terms of her release on an unrelated misdemeanor battery charge. Jail records didn't list an attorney who could be contacted for comment on her case.




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