Skilled Marijuana Legal Defense In Michigan
Protecting Patients, Caregivers, and Businesses Since 2008
The Michigan Medical Marijuana Act (MMMA) was put into effect in 2008. Despite the fact that the citizens of Michigan passed this Act, police and prosecutors are just as active in charging card holding patients and caregivers for marijuana crimes now as they were prior to the Act. To make matters worse, the Courts are coming up with new interpretations of the MMMA every year that the average person is unaware of. Moreover, several confusing amendments have been made to the Act that many people overlook. Being unaware of the law and your rights could easily lead to you being charged with multiple felonies or misdemeanor crimes. Not only is it vital to figure out how the law is being enforced and what your rights are, it is also extremely important to hire the right lawyer when you need one.
The Clark Law Office has been defending medical marijuana patients and caregivers all across Michigan in Federal and State Courts since 2008. We have also been representing citizens charged with drug crimes for over 30 years. We have secured major dismissals, acquittals, and plea deals for our clients on all types of felony and misdemeanor charges. We have made sure that the police don’t take our clients cars, homes and businesses in forfeiture proceedings. We represent businesses, dispensaries, growers, patients, and caregivers. If you have been raided by police, shut down by the city, or charged with a crime we can help. If you are looking to figure out what your rights are or how to comply with new laws and regulations we can help. At The Clark Law Office we have the Medical Marijuana expertise to help you no matter what kind of advice you need or whatever kind of trouble you’re in.