Last year I was put on 3 years of Felony probation for a crime isn't related to any drug . I told my probation officer that I am a medical marijuana patient since I was 18 and he said OK because my case isn't drug related . I was pulled over and arrested for possession with a stun gun and upon search and accordance with prop 215 , they found my medical marijuana . I went to the probation office today and she said I cant smoke anymore . In being mandated to drug testing and Na meetings by her , says that I have to go to the county building and get my medical card and go in front of the judge and tell him I need medical marijuana , when I have been getting my medical card from a licensed physician in accordance with SB 420 . In considering to file the form for the Probation Modification hearing
DUI / DWI Attorney
What probation is telling you is correct. You need to get the judge to allow you to use medical marijuana.
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You need an experienced attorney in this area. According to the California Supreme Court, medical marijuana should be treated as any other prescription. The judge needs to be made aware of it through a brief. Many reputable attorneys offer a free consultation. My suggestion is to locate one with experience with medical marijuana.
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