There are some good stories out there about people being caught with marijuana. There was the man who actually took marijuana into a police station wanting police to help him get high, the man that called 9-11 for legal advice regarding his illegal marijuana plants, and even the man who was growing marijuana above a preschool. And the stories just keep coming. Last Saturday, a L.A. woman was arrested after trying to visit her son in a juvenile probation camp with marijuana. When she was stopped for a search upon entry, deputies found a fake medical marijuana card and several bundles of marijuana.
The interesting twist to this story that makes it unlike the others is the fact that the woman thought she would be protected and able to bring marijuana into the facility because she had a fake medical marijuana card that she assumed officers would think was real. With the legalizing of medical marijuana in Arizona, stories like this one can also happen here. Because of all the legal issues surrounding Arizona’s new medical marijuana law, a lot of citizens and even law enforcement officials are left questioning what is current Arizona medical marijuana law and what isn’t. In attempts to clear up some of this confusion, we now have an Arizona medical marijuana fact page with the current facts on Arizona’s medical marijuana law.
If you have questions regarding Arizona’s new medical marijuana law, contact drug defense attorney mesa az, Charlie Naegle, for a free consultation. It is the goal of Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense Attorneys to protect the rights of those accused of crimes involving Arizona medical marijuana law and work with those businesses and individuals trying to assist approved medical marijuana users. Call 480-245-5550 to schedule your free Arizona criminal defense consultation today. When you hire Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense Attorneys you will always work directly with Charlie Naegle. Hire a criminal defense lawyer mesa az where you are a client, not just a number.
Charlie Naegle is an Arizona Medical Marijuana Attorney in Mesa AZ who works with individuals in Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Phoenix, Gilbert, Apache Junction, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley and Glendale. The Naegle & Crider Criminal Defense Attorneys has offices in Mesa, Arizona and Phoenix, Arizona for convenient access across the Phoenix metropolitan area. For more information or to schedule your free, confidential, 24/7 consultation, call 480-245-5550 immediately.