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Timothy N. Baldwin

Timothy Baldwin’s Legal Cases

4 total

  • State v. Dale James Miller

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    Aug 07, 2012
    Outcome:
    Dismissed (in favor of my position)
    Description:
    My client was charged with Partner Family Member Assault (PFMA). The PFMA statute applies only to heterosexuals and punishes them to a greater degree than, say, homosexuals. I filed a motion to dismiss based upon an equal protection violation. The Court ruled in my favor. http://missoulian.com/news/local/judge-says-montana-s-domestic-violence-law-discriminates-against-heterosexuals/article_ec8e35b2-ef7e-11e1-a4ff-0019bb2963f4.html.
  • Montana Caregivers, LLC v. United States

    Practice Area:
    Constitutional
    Date:
    Jan 18, 2012
    Outcome:
    Dismissed - on Appeal
    Description:
    The federal government conducted numerous raids against people who were operating pursuant to Montana's Medical Marijuana Act. I filed action on behalf of numerous Plaintiffs for violations of many constitutional rights. The District Court dismissed our complaint. We have appealed this ruling.
  • Medical Marijuana Growers Assoc v. Flathead County Attorney, Ed Corrigan

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Date:
    Jul 06, 2012
    Outcome:
    District Court sustained
    Description:
    My client was criminally charged with possessing marijuana in excess of the allowed amount under Montana's Medical Marijuana Act. My client was a caregiver. I filed this action to determine that my client could transfer marijuana on behalf of another caregiver so his patients could obtain necessary medicine. The Court ruled against us. I appealed. The Montana Supreme Court rejected our argument.
  • Personhood Oklahoma v. Brittany Barber, et. al.

    Practice Area:
    Constitutional
    Date:
    Aug 31, 2012
    Outcome:
    pending
    Description:
    Oklahoma attempted to include withing the definition of "person" a human being after having been conceived, which would be given due process protections. The Oklahoma Court struck down this attempt, stating it violated the U.S. Supreme Court's rulings in Planned Parenthood v. Casey and Roe v. Wade. This matter was filed in the United States Supreme Court. We assert that the OK constitutional amendment did not, in any way, violate the U.S. Constitution or U.S. Supreme Court decisions.