Flower is fine right now; oil and hash, not so much. A recent Arizona court of appeals decision has sent the state’s medical marijuana market into a frenzied state. In 2010, Arizona enacted the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act ("AMMA"), which grants licensed dispensaries and registered qualified immunity from criminal prosecution for selling or possessing marijuana. Despite this, in March 2013, registered patient Rodney Jones was arrested for possessing .05 ounce of cannabis oil. Jones moved to have the charges dismissed, arguing that he was immune from prosecution under the AMMA by way of registering as a medical patient. The trial court denied the motion and Jones was convicted for possess... Read the full story
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