Posted on 26 October 2011 by smokeandtoke6123
A couple of nice medicinal marijuana doctors california pictures I located:
A Lovely Face
Image by pixieclipx
I met this gentleman when I was in the "6th Street Beautification Corridor"
of San Francisco shooting pix a single mid-morning. It was a hazy, cloudy
morning, but a rather great day in The City. We chatted for awhile about the
Corridor and his existence a quite fascinating fellow. He was extremely eager to pose
for my camera, and I have considerably to find out about taking swift snaps. I had
come up to see my Pot Doc to renew my CA 11365 H&S Rx, the legal marijuana
initiative, also recognized as Prop. 215. ** Court Ruling Update: Nowadays Medicinal Marijuana users and their caregivers won a excellent victory in the California Supreme
Court, producing it legal, Eventually, to transport medicinal marijuana supplying
they are carrying their Rx card and legal amounts of medicinal marijuana, as
prescribed. YES!! Somehow, what I heard on a neighborhood radio station, either I heard incorrect, or was not reported properly, so I apologize for my initial "broadcast" of yesterday. Apparently, the ruling just impacts the State of California. This is deemed a gap closing ruling for the original Prop. 215 Initiative of 1996.
Court Ruling Allows Medical Pot Customers To Transport Marijuana
California Supreme Court Interpretation Closed Gap In Proposition 215
POSTED: 10:54 am PST November 28, 2006
UPDATED: 11:52 am PST November 28, 2006
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — The California Supreme Court says marijuana users can’t be convicted of transporting narcotics if they prove the drug was staying used for private medical motives.
In a six-to-one decision Monday, the justices interpreted a 2003 law that they say filled a gap in Proposition 215, the state’s health-related marijuana initiative. The proposition, passed in 1996, repealed criminal penalties for possessing, utilizing or developing marijuana by individuals and their caregivers — but it failed to deal with whether or not it protected them from becoming prosecuted for transporting marijuana.
Nevertheless, the justices ruled against the Orange County man who brought the case. They upheld Shaun Eric Wright’s conviction for transporting far more than a pound of marijuana in 2001. That’s since jurors in his trial discovered that Wright meant to sell the drug.
Ruling backs medical marijuana transporters
Supreme Court says law protects even big quantities of drug if it’s for individual use and it is been medical doctor- suggested
By Maura Dolan
LOS ANGELES Occasions
SAN FRANCISCO – Folks charged with transporting marijuana might keep away from conviction if they can display the drug was for their private medical use, the California Supreme Court ruled Monday.
In a 6-one decision, the court stated the health-related marijuana law protects sufferers who transport even relatively significant quantities of the drug if they can display that the quantity was steady with their health-related requirements and recommended by a licensed physician.
The court interpreted a 2004 law passed by the Legislature to address uncertainties that followed voter passage of the Compassionate Use Act of 1996. The Attorney General’s Workplace stated the ruling would have an effect on a handful of cases.
Monday’s selection "expands the defenses that can be used for health-related marijuana," such as transportation and possession for sale, stated Maureen Shanahan, who represented the defendant in the situation.
Nathan Barankin, a spokesman for Attorney Basic Bill Lockyer, mentioned prosecutors had hoped the court would make it far more challenging for marijuana sellers to use a medical defense but stated the court’s clarification of the law was useful.
Image by wadem
In most components of the globe, the above photo would be illegal. In California, beneath Prop 215 to have Marijuana for Medicinal purposes. This needs a recommendation from a medical professional, that the patient’s condition is treatable with Marijuana, and that the patient has been advised of side effects.
(I picked up Reefer Madness for on the way house from a bookshop about the corner)
Submitted by Stuart McLaughlan
Image by San Francisco Bay Guardian
Dennis Peron, a long time SF resident and activist for gay rights and more importantly medicinal marijuana use. Dennis authored California Proposition 215, Compassionate Use Act of 1996, which when passed legalized the use of marijuana for health-related purposes on the recommendation of a medical professional.