The legalization of medical marijuana has opened questions about the permitted use of certain types of drug paraphernalia, which is prohibited by Florida law. The question is whether medical marijuana users and those on the Compassionate Use Registry may use prohibited marijuana paraphernalia to ingest, smoke, or vape their cannabis medication.
In Florida, the term “theft” covers a broad swath of property-related crimes. However, not all theft crimes are created equal – and the law treats theft itself as separate and distinct from related crimes like burglary and robbery.
Individuals who are caught in possession of edible marijuana may be arrested and face serious penalties. In this blog post, we explore edibles and the criminal charges associated with their unauthorized use.
The State of Florida aggressively prosecutes individuals charged with drug crimes. As such, it is important to understand how the state schedules, charges and punishes drug-related crimes.
Patient brokers, or patient marketers, actively recruit patients and direct them to particular treatment facilities in exchange for a fee or some type of compensation. In this post, we will take a closer look at patient brokering: what it is and what our state’s law says about it.
While the process is relatively straight forward, the benefit of a medical marijuana card is only available to patients suffering from a qualifying medical condition. In this post, we take a closer look at how to apply for a medical marijuana card in Florida.
If I have a medical marijuana card, can I violate my probation if I test positive for THC?