Michigan Medical Card and Gun Law

Discussion in 'Michigan Patients' started by abenedet, Jan 10, 2017.

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    captainmorgan

    captainmorgan Well-Known Member

    It wasn't a lazy public defender, it was a high priced criminal defense lawyer with a impressive record that was willing to take it too a jury but my friend would not take a chance on serious hard time, took the county time. Why would the lawyer lie about telling him the charges would have been worse with his card current?
     
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    chemphlegm

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    no worries, lawyers only lie to clients, workmates, judges, and jurors, we're safe

    illegally selling weed with an xpired card to a police informant is less charges/time
    than illegally selling weed with a valid card to a police informant ?

    can we check that??

    your friends lawyer sucks ! high priced defense attorney working on a 4 gram sale of weed
    and the dudes wifes cpl owned pistol(was he packing it during the sale I wonder?)
    takes a plea and does time anyways? wtf
     
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    pergamum362

    pergamum362 Well-Known Member

    Federally, no..nope..not at all, state, sure. I dont know why no one cites the part of the mmma where it states no right or privelage shall be denied. Has it been used in court yet? I dont think so, none have had the balls to go through with a trial i guess, or just had incompetant lawyers.
     
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    chemphlegm

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    aint the balls man, its the ridiculous attorney fees and shenanigans they play in marijuana court.


    NO right/privi denied" is truth, but we dont expect an illegal act, like growing marijuana and guarding it with a gun, or lying on a federal form to change for pot? those laws in place long before marijuana. if we used illegal drugs we were not allowed to buy a gun right? even in 1990. nothign changed there I think, we just now notice how laws affect us, as cannabis users imo.

    now, telling a person they cannot eat their medibles in their rental is unconcstitutional, and a great example of this notion.
     
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    chemphlegm

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member


    but the state is not charging us for guns and mj, the feds are, because its a fed law, like growing pot, states dont care, feds do.
    so its a federal issue, not a state one. feds could car less about the status of your card, if there is a card, patients, permits etc.
    feds would not use an informant buy of four grams of marijuana either. lawyer is a liar unless op was holding the wifes gun at the time, or branded it somehow, shod it to the narc etc. then, whats the beef really ? dude selling outside of his registry, doesnt know his own friends, and has an expired card. goofball is all, dime a dozen, tough to discern the law and its enforcement with these types, compared to those getting their guns returned when they show compliance
     
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    pergamum362

    pergamum362 Well-Known Member

    Well..i dont see the feds knocking on to many small household grows. What i have seen, is state prosecutors use that federal law to bully state compliant patients/caregivers into submiting to a plea deal.
     
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    chemphlegm

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    thats what I've missed. seeing that would change my opinions
     

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