Monthly Archives: April 2015

USSC Decision-Police can’t detain suspects to wait for K-9 drug sniffing dog

Where The Rubber Meets The Road...

  The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 on Tuesday April 21, 2015 that the Constitution forbids police from holding a suspect without probable cause, even for fewer than 10 extra minutes. Read more

Planet Green Trees Talk Radio Goes Remote in Berkley

April 23-2015 - After 5 years and hundreds of episodes of Planet Green Trees Talk Radio... the " All about Medical Marijuana Radio Show" broadcasted live on the road. The live event took place at  7pm on Thursday, April 23, at Read more

Prescription Painkiller Deaths Have Fallen

According to articles posted by Reuters, CBS and Newsweek. Prescription painkiller deaths have fallen in States that have medical marijuana acts. "NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Researchers aren’t sure why, but in the 23 U.S. states where medical marijuana has been legalized, deaths from opioid overdoses have decreased by almost 25 percent,

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Doctor who certified patients for medical marijuana without exams faces sentencing

April 6, 2015 - A former Grand Rapids Michigan doctor identified as Gregory Kuldanek who certified some patients and caregivers for medical marijuana cards without in-person evaluations will be sentenced Monday, April 6, in federal court. Kuldanek pled guilty to conspiracy to manufacture fewer than fifty marijuana plants. Som

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Medical Marijuana Patient Prison Term Could Cost Taxpayers More Than $1.2 Million

05/29/2013 - You - The taxpayers... could spend upwards of $1.2 million over the next decade for imprisoning Jerry Duval, a Michigan medical marijuana patient who was convicted of distributing the drug. An article in the Huffington Post written by Matt Sledge - dated 05/29/2013 goes on to say... "Duval has a kidney and pancreas transp

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Komorn speaking at the University of Michigan Law School

I wanted to give a huge thanks to University of Michigan Law School Professors Howard Bromberg, Mark Osbeck and Law School class. This past Thursday I had the honor of being asked to speak about my favorite topics, the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act and the practice of Law. The discussion and questions were lively and I appreciate the interest t

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