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Medical Marijuana Lawyer Stewart Richlin discusses: Federal Judge Applies California Law? Ironically, in sentencing Virgil Grant to 72 months for marijuana crimes, a Federal Judge referred to and cited the California Attorn…


  1. good info keep up the good work

    Posted by slade420

    Link | April 25th, 2014 at 4:57 pm

  2. cannabis isnt a main cause for fatal traffic accidents

    Posted by slade420

    Link | April 25th, 2014 at 5:10 pm

  3. @420LawOffice Great to hear…I am going to look itnto a civil law suit
    against my attorney Lori Pedego. After following her advise to the T, the
    judge and DA recounted their offer and made it a hundred times worse,
    costing me thousands of dollars and my health has been getting worse ever
    since…….I was perfectly fine until I followered her advice. Even he
    supervisor stated to me directly that Ms. Pedego gave me poor advise at the
    very best….Are you interested in something like that?

    Posted by 17seventySIX

    Link | April 25th, 2014 at 5:14 pm

  4. Whoa all my buddies that are under 21 and have 215 Clubcards go to local
    collectives all the time.. I never knew it is considered a felony under
    federal law.. wow crazy..

    Posted by Nieko Jackson

    Link | April 25th, 2014 at 5:25 pm

  5. @17seventySIX Remember our videos although true general statements of
    California law, don’t substitute for your hiring your own criminal defense
    attorney. Our office specializes in CIVIL not CRIMINAL law, in particular
    on the rights of patients, collectives and dispensaries under California
    law. I recommend you hire a criminal defense attorney, preferably one with
    a personal recommendation, or contact NORML!!!

    Posted by 420LawOffice

    Link | April 25th, 2014 at 5:51 pm

  6. I was recently convinced by my public defender to plead guilty to
    possession I agreed, I was ordered to pay a $50 fine which I did, I also
    checked into the probation department as specified by the court. A month
    later I am asked to appear again before Judge Iwasko of CA and I was
    informed that the court felt that the punishment for me was to lenient and
    was issuing a refund for the $50 fine I paid, the court has taken me off of
    probation and is retrying me on felony trial date AUG 23 2010

    Posted by 17seventySIX

    Link | April 25th, 2014 at 5:59 pm

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