Medical Marijuana Lawyers in Farmington Hills
Providing Highly Experienced & Effective Representation
In 2008, the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act (MMMA) was put into effect, thereby allowing countless patients to get medical marijuana cards to treat their “debilitating medical conditions”. However, law enforcement officers and prosecutors are still charging legal, cardholding citizens for marijuana crimes based on new changes as a result of case law decision from the Michigan Court of Appeals and the Michigan Supreme Court, legal gray areas, and several overlooked nuances. You need a knowledgeable medical marijuana attorney in Farmington Hills who can relentlessly fight all charges against you.
At Mansour Law, our lawyers have extensive experience in this new and complex area of law as well as a long record of success for our clients. We can provide you with a strong case strategy while ensuring your rights and best interests are fully protected. Backed by years of in-depth experience, our attorneys are intimately familiar with the relevant laws and procedures and we can give you well-informed counsel throughout the legal process. With Mansour Law, you can rest assured that your case is in capable hands.
To schedule a free case evaluation with our medical marijuana attorneys in Farmington Hills, please either contact us online or call us today at (248) 932-3322.
What are the Medical Marijuana Laws in Michigan?
Once a patient is given a medical marijuana card in Michigan, they are allowed to grow up to 12 plants on their own or choose a caregiver to grow up to 12 plants for them. A caregiver is allowed to have up to five patients and a patient is allowed to have up two and a half ounces of marijuana. The laws are changing to allow patients to receive their marijuana from a dispensary or provisioning center. We at Mansour Law are helping patients and people navigate their way through the changing medical marijuana laws. We assist individuals and businesses to be compliant in the medical marijuana laws here in Michigan.
The following are common marijuana offenses and their corresponding penalties:
- Manufacturing of Marijuana (felony), if there are less than 20 plants – Up to 4 years in prison and $20,000 in fines
- Delivery of Marijuana (felony) – Maximum penalty of up to 15 years in prison, depending on the amount
- Possession With Intent to Deliver Marijuana – Up to four years in prison, in addition to fines
To learn more about medical marijuana laws and how we can help you, contact us today at (248) 932-3322 and set up a free consultation with our medical marijuana attorneys in Farmington Hills.