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Shooting at Marijuana Dispensary
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Los Angeles detectives are investigating another shooting at a marijuana dispensary. In Northridge this past weekend $11,000.00 was stolen from a dispensary, and an employee was shot in the face. He was taken to the hospital and was in critical condition according to a Los Angeles Times’ article. Days before on Thursday, June 24 two…

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Medical Marijuana: Should Its Distribution Be Stopped?
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

According to The Orange County Register, the Los Angeles City Attorney is trying to legally force three dispensaries to stop selling marijuana for medical purposes. Specifically, the city prosecutor’s office is trying to get injunctions to force Organica and two Holistic Caregivers stores to stop all their over-the-counter sales. The City Attorney states that the…

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Return of Property
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

Kris Jones was arrested just one day before his birthday in Huntington Beach, Orange County. During his arrest $700 was taken from him, which included birthday money from his family. Huntington Beach police arrested Jones on suspicion of: selling marijuana and possession of a controlled substance with the intent to sell(Health and Safety Code Sections…

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California Voters to Have Final Word on Pot Dispensaries
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

The discussion regarding legalizing marijuana and dispensaries in LA County continues to be in the spotlight. With the number of dispensaries growing in the county the debate of the impact of such establishments on the community is growing as well. There is the side that argues marijuana proves to be useful for managing medical conditions…

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Federal Law Does Not Allow Marijuana to Be Sold or Used for Medical Purposes
Law Offices of William W. Bruzzo

As reported by the Associated Press, Deputy Attorney General David Ogden released a policy memo that outlines suggestions for state attorneys regarding prosecution of medical marijuana users and distributors. Federal law does not allow marijuana to be sold or used for medical purposes even though various states do, California among them. The memo suggests that…

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