Marijuana Law 2nd Edition

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ISBN-13: 978-0914171867
ISBN-10: 0914171860
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Marijuana Law gives us the legal armaments with which to resist unfair police methods. [Boires] book contains the most important things about marijuana law that a user must know. (J. Tony Serra, Attorney at Law)

Perhaps the greatest thing about this book is the fact that Ive never seen it for sale in any bookstore or catalog. There is no question that this is the definitive work on the subject. There are ten chapters which include drug testing at work, what to do if you are arrested, choosing a defense attorney, search warrants and chapters on differences if marijuana is found in your car, home or garden. With over 400,000 people arrested for possession each year, this is a badly needed book. Highly recommended whether you actually smoke the stuff or not. -- Netta Gilboa-Editor, Gray Areas Magazine

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Over 30 million people in the United States regularly smoke marijuana. Approximately 400,000 defendants each year are charged with the use, possession, sale, or cultivation of marijuana. Marijuana Law describes how people can reduce the probability of arrest and defend themselves from prosecution if arrested.

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