The cultivation, possession, possession for sale and transportation of Marijuana is lawful if authorized by the Medical Marijuana Program, which allows qualified patients and their designated primary care givers to associate within the State of California to collectively or cooperatively cultivate marijuana for medical purposes, for the benefit of its members, but not for profit.
There are many legal requirements, which must be met to establish a legal collective or cooperative. Simply opening a collective or a cooperative to cultivate and sell medical cannabis may not be legal and expose you to criminal liability.
Mr. Sala has vast knowledge regarding the legal requirements in California to operate a legal marijuana collective or cooperative within the meaning of the Compassionate Use Act and the Medical Marijuana Program.
He is one of the few lawyers in Kern County who has successfully tried a medical marijuana defense to a jury resulting in a verdict of not guilty.
If you are charged with an offense involving Medical Marijuana, contact the Law Offices of H.A. Sala.