Jay Leiderman Law provides full and complete legal services to medical marijuana patients, caregivers, physicians, and others in the medical marijuana industry.
Attorney Jay Leiderman wrote the book on Medical Marijuana Law in California. In fact, you can order it here – “Medical Marijuana Law in California.”
As Ventura County’s preeminent medical cannabis law firm, the attorneys at the firm provide the following services:
- Consulting with clients regarding the evolving field of medical marijuana law at the federal, state and local levels.
- Preparing formational and operational documentation for medical marijuana collectives for both patient and grower collectives, including dispensaries and delivery-based collectives.
- Advising existing medical marijuana collectives to ensure legally compliant operations.
- Working with local government and law enforcement to enact local ordinances to enable patients and caregivers to safely obtain medical marijuana.
- Advising physicians regarding California medical marijuana law and the involvement of the California Medical Board on medical marijuana issues.
- Representing clients in marijuana-related criminal cases and administrative hearings.
- Obtaining the return of marijuana-related property seized in criminal cases.
- Defending clients who are “raided” by the Drug Enforcement Agency and local law enforcement.
Attorney for Medical Marijuana in Ventura County, CA
Contact Attorney Jay Leiderman for help with medical marijuana issues in Ventura County, CA, or the surrounding areas in Southern California.
Jay Leiderman understands the challenges to those in the cannabis industry including the limited access to banking, burden of compliance with complex state regulations, and higher tax rates.
Additionally, the cannabis industry faces uncertainty because the federal government continues to treat those in the cannabis industry as engaging in a criminal activity.
Call (805) 654-0200.
Order “Medical Marijuana Law in California”
Starting with the passage of Proposition 215 in California in 1996, a total of 38 states and the District of Columbia have legalized the recreational or medical use of marijuana.
Each of these states adopted somewhat different provisions, resulting in a confusing and sometimes conflicting set of rules and regulations.
The courts have generally been left with the task of filling in the details through a series of criminal and civil cases defining how the patients can obtain their medical marijuana, while maintaining a prohibition against the use of marijuana by non-medical users.
It is in everyone’s interest to further clarify the rules and regulations that govern the medical use of marijuana where it is allowed.
These regulations should be transparent, understandable and predictable. Criminal defense attorneys Jay Leiderman and James Devine of Ventura California prepared this legal guide which includes the applicable case law.
The book provides the necessary clarity to California patients, physicians, care providers, related businesses, policy makers, and law enforcement.
In the years that have passed since voters approved Prop. 215, lawmakers, courts, and local regulators have sought to integrate recreational and medical marijuana into various facets of state and local laws.
This compendium collects these rulings and developments and provides a primer for how patients, producers, and providers can operate in full compliance with California state law.
This Legal Guide while crucially important and relevant for patients, providers, cultivators, physicians and attorneys in California is a decidedly valuable resource in the other fifteen states and the District of Columbia with medical marijuana laws.