Medical marijuana can help many medical issues such as pain, appetite loss, nausea, anxiety, etc. In California, medicinal marijuana is given to patients suffering from chronic pain, AIDS, and mood disorders.→ Read More
California Marijuana Laws
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Medical marijuana laws can be ambiguous and technical, but there is the California medicinal marijuana guidelines that explain California’s medical marijuana program in easy to understand terms.→ Read More
A conviction for marijuana possession in California will not likely affect your California auto insurance. California doesn’t require suspension of your driver’s license for drug convictions.→ Read More
I was arrested for possession of marijuana or marijuana related charges in California. What can I do?
If you have been arrested and charged in California with possession of marijuana or another marijuana offense, you may have several defenses available. If you have a written or verbal recommendation from a physician, you may be able to use that as a defense against a marijuana charge.→ Read More
In California, because penalties are more severe after 28.5 grams (a little over an ounce), it is useful to know exactly how many marijuana cigarettes equal an ounce.→ Read More
Can I be charged with possession of marijuana in California if I’m a passenger in someone’s car and marijuana is found? What does “possession” mean under California’s marijuana laws?
You can be charged with possession of marijuana if it is found in a car in which you are a passenger. If the Marijuana was not found on you and was not yours, however, you likely have a good defense against conviction.→ Read More
Marijuana use and cultivation for personal purposes is currently legal in California. On November 8, 2016, and effective immediately on November 9th, California voters approved the legalization of marijuana for recreational use, in addition to the already-legal use for medicinal purposes.→ Read More
Although there is some debate as to whether marijuana is physically or psychologically addictive, numerous Californians enroll in marijuana treatment programs due to drug court participation or solely because of a personal desire to kick their marijuana substance abuse habits. Learn more here.→ Read More
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