I got pulled over with someone else driving who is on probation. They searched us both and I had medical marijuana in my purse and my medical license so they let me keep it and told me they would let me go without citation. Can I get a warrant later in the mail for this.
They let you go without taking any evidence or writing you a ticket? Sounds like you're home free.
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No. As Mr. Dane correctly points out you are off scott free. Congratulations! I hope your medical condition improves!
Did you? If so, I would like to look at the warrant and see what it says. The warrant will have a case number on it. You should verify that the case alleges possession of marijuana only. if it alleges more than this or something else, hire an attorney to sort this out. Look into this carefully. Do not throw away the warrant and consider it invalid without doing your due diligence in verifying what it is for.
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