Medical Marijuana Defenses
Section 333.26428 of the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act allows a patient and their primary caregiver to assert medical use as a defense for any marijuana charge in the state.
Medical Use Is a Valid Defense, so Long As:
- A physician has evaluated your medical history/condition and decided medical marijuana would benefit you.
- You were not in possession of more than 2.5 ounces of marijuana.
- Any sales, transportation, or paraphernalia were designated for medical treatment.
If you can show these elements during an evidentiary hearing, you may have your charges dismissed. This means you will not be required to forfeit any property, nor will you be held to disciplinary action.
Our attorneys are experienced with criminal defense and can help you make your case during an evidentiary hearing.
Keeping Businesses Compliant
At Oliver Law Group P.C., we also help businesses that have been charged with marijuana offenses. Provisioning centers must adhere to strict rules and regulations, and misunderstandings can occur. If your business is at risk, we can clarify your situation and help you stay compliant for years to come.
Why Choose Oliver Law Group P.C.?
Our firm is rooted in loyalty, integrity, and respect for those we serve. We have extensive resources and experience in several practice areas. Our attorneys understand your rights, and we are dedicated to protecting them with the utmost dedication and excellence.
We also have a history of satisfied clients and real results.
For help navigating your marijuana charges, please contact Oliver Law Group P.C. today or simply request a free consultation online.
We look forward to helping you navigate Michigan’s complex medical marijuana laws.