Huge Victory for Patients – DUI Laws Revised

Michigan marijuana patients can now drive without the fear of unlawful DUI persecution. Rodney-Koon

Rodney Koon — a medical marijuana patient — was stopped while driving and later accused of a DUI because he had THC in his system. He said he had not used his medicine in six hours. The state Supreme Court found that under the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act — which was drafted by MPP — a registered patient cannot be penalized or arrested for the “internal possession” of marijuana, so long as the patient complies with the requirements of the law.

Please visit Marijuana Policy Project’s article to read Michigan Supreme Court Protects Medical Marijuana Patients

If you would like to read the official court documents  from the Michigan Supreme Court.

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