In today's society it is very difficult to find an individual who has not tried or used marihuana at one point in their lives, whether they are young or old. Marihuana charges are numerous in number and occur on a daily basis. Add in the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act (aka MMMA) and there is an increased availability of marihuana, even to those who do not classify for the MMMA's protection, which inevitably means more access and more charges being issued. If you are unsure about what is and is not legal, you need the Michigan Marihuana Lawyer - Josh Jones. His motto: "know the law, maintain your rights, and lawyer-up." When you have questions, such as the ones below, contact Josh Jones, Michigan Marihuana Lawyer, 7-days a week.
  • Did you know that some cities or municipalities in Michigan have decriminalized marijuana?
  • What does decriminalized mean?
  • Does that mean I can possess or use marihuana in these areas?
  • What happens when you are not in one of those areas, meaning what are the consequences if caught illegal possessing, using, delivering or manufacturing marihuana?
  • Can an officer search my home for my marijuana?
  • When can an officer search your vehicle?
  • What can I do if I obtain a Michigan medical marihuana card?
  • How do I transport my medical marijuana?
  • What is usable marijuana?
  • Can I grow my own marijuana?
  • Can I use marijuana recreationally?
  • What is crime driving under the influence of marijuana?
  • What about driving and medical marijuana?
  • Can I smoke in public?
  • What is an enclosed locked facility?
  • How do you transport marihuana plants?