NEIL ROCKIND, P.C.
Concentrating in Medical Marijuana Defense

The People Voted for Medical Marijuana

According to the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act:



The people of the State of Michigan find and declare that:

Modern medical research, including as found by the National Academy of Sciences' Institute of Medicine in a March 1999 report, has discovered beneficial uses for marihuana in treating or alleviating the pain, nausea, and other symptoms associated with a variety of debilitating medical conditions…changing state law will have the practical effect of protecting from arrest the vast majority of seriously ill people who have a medical need to use marihuana.

Although federal law currently prohibits any use of marihuana except under very limited circumstances, states are not required to enforce federal law or prosecute people for engaging in activities prohibited by federal law. The laws of Alaska, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Maine, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Vermont, Rhode Island, and Washington do not penalize the medical use and cultivation of marihuana. Michigan joins in this effort for the health and welfare of its citizens.

 

Medical Marijuana Defense
The Michigan Medical Marihuana Act passes by a strong majority of voters in 2008, gives licensed Patients and Caregivers the right to possess, grow, and/or distribute medical marijuana.

However, the police, prosecutors, and judges that disagree with the law are arresting, prosecuting and imprisoning those individuals that possess valid state-issued medical marijuana ID cards.

We fight those entities and individuals. We fight for your medical marijuana rights. If you are charged with a violation of the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act, call us and we will fight for you!

Whether you are a patient, caregiver or owner/operator of a medical marijuana dispensary, if you are charged or even being investigated for a potential violation of the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act, Neil Rockind, P.C. is your best defense!

Since the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act was passed in 2008 by 63% of the voting public, we have made it our job to be more informed and better prepared than state and city prosecutors in cases involving medical marijuana.

Neil Rockind, P.C.: Your Medical Marijuana Defense Team!

 

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