Saturday, February 27, 2016

Medical Marijuana ID Not Good In All States

If you have the right to use medical marijuana in your state, that's great but check the other state before you enter it. Just like gun laws change from state to state, so does this.
Veteran plans to sue Villa Rica police over arrest
WSB-12 News
February 26, 2016

CARROLL COUNTY, Ga. — A veteran told Channel 2 Action News he's planning to sue local law enforcement for what he's calling a "traumatic arrest." The man has a medical marijuana card from Colorado, but he had marijuana with him in Georgia.

"It was probably one of the most horrific things I've ever been through and I've been through a lot," veteran Bill Clanton said.

On Feb. 9, Villa Rica police spotted Clanton exiting I-20 eastbound onto Highway 61. Police say Clanton was pulled over, because the officer couldn't clearly see his license plate.

The officer smelled marijuana in Clanton's car and took him to jail.

Clanton says he's still shaken by his recent arrest in Carroll County. The Colorado resident served in the Persian Gulf War and suffers from post traumatic stress disorder.
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  1. It's sad that he has PTSD and all that but there's no way he's gonna win this case. Just because something is legal in one state doesn't mean it's legal in all of them.


    1. Very true. Plus a lot of VA doctors want to provide it but even if it is legal in their state, they can't until it become federal law.


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