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    Do’s & Dont’s of Marijuana Law in Massachusetts

    February 8, 2015
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        Do’s & Dont’s Do not smoke weed 1000 ft from a school, youth complex, in motor vehicles that are being driven, or while operating a sea vessel. If you plan on growing for yourself, never inform law enforcement beforehand. Remember the Golden Rule “Keep your mouth shut,” cops love to ask you questions that make you incriminate yourself. But you don’t have to, it’s your right to “wish to remain silent, I want to see my lawyer” (5th Amendment right to Not Self -Incriminate) Never under any circumstances consent to a search this is your (4th Amendment...
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    HOW TO DEAL WITH COPS! MEDICAL MARIJUANA LAW!

    February 8, 2015
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      WATCH AS A LEADING MEDICAL MARIJUANA ATTORNEY EXPLAINS YOUR RIGHTS WHEN DEALING WITH POLICE ENCOUNTERS WHEN INVOLVED WITH MARIJUANA. TO SEE THE REST OF THIS VIDEO AND ANOTHER 8 HOURS OF AWARD WINNING INFORMATION, ENROLL AT CANNABIS TRAINING UNIVERSITY.                ...
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    Freedom Card

    February 8, 2015
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    Keep this card with you in case of involvement with law enforcement personnel.     Instructions to make your own card: Download the PDF document. You can also print 4 cards on one page. (Requires Adobe Reader). Print page one Re-insert the paper to print on the back and print page two Trim and fold between the opposing text Card stock suggested Text of the card THE NORML FOUNDATION FREEDOM CARD The U.S. Constitution prohibits the government from interfering with your right to remain silent, to consult with an attorney, and to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures...
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    Know Your Rights

    February 8, 2015
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    Your Rights     The following information is intended as a brief summation of your constitutional rights and is meant to offer helpful hints at how to effectively assert and protect those rights within the context of a police encounter. Of course, this information is no substitute for consultation with an experienced attorney. The Fourth Amendment to the Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution states: The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable...

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