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Scott F. Roberts Law is a client first business, real estate and cannabis law firm located in Detroit, Michigan. That means we put your needs, requests, and intentions at the forefront of every service we provide. We assist current, future, and prospective business owners in establishing themselves in the cannabis, CBD and hemp industries, as well as represent businesses through an array of industries such as real estate management and investment companies.

Mr. Roberts is a leading expert in Michigan’s cannabis market and has spoken at numerous industry events here in Michigan. He is also the state’s utmost authority on the Michigan marijuana “microbusiness” license. What sets us apart is that we are business, real estate, and municipal lawyers first and foremost—it’s literally all we do. While we can’t represent you on criminal matters like other “cannabis business law firms”, our job is to ensure that you never need a criminal attorney ever again!

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FAQ
When Did Detroit Make Marijuana Legal?

2018: (City) legalized recreational cannabis through ballot measure.

Can I Fly With Marijuana In Detroit?

No, you cannot fly anywhere with marijuana. Commercial airports and airlines are under Federal jurisdiction. Marijuana remains illegal under Federal law and the TSA does not respect local law. Where you are flying does not matter as the marijuana becomes illegal as soon as you enter a commercial airport. The TSA may just warn you, but they also could prosecute you.

Where to buy Cannabis in Detroit?

Although cannabis is legalized, the only legal place to purchase marijuana is a state-licensed recreational marijuana store, More and more shops are opening up all the time! Anchorage now has over 20 shops operating! If you have a (City) medical marijuana card. check out our (City) Cannabis Dispensary page for help Directory Dispensary City page Link !

Where can I use cannabis in Detroit?

Legally, you can only consume in a private residence. However, at many events in (City), you will see citizens openly consuming in public as a form of civil disobedience. (City) police aren’t known to hassle you unless you’re being obvious. Our best recommendation is to use discretion if you choose to smoke outside of a private residence. Since the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA) was passed, the number of people consuming in public will likely rise.

What do you need to purchase cannabis in marijuana shop?

To visit a medical dispensary you need a medical card, which you can get from specific doctors in the state. Now that recreational shops are open, you will just need any valid form of government-issued identification proving that you are over the age of 21.

What types of marijuana will the stores sell?

You will see a number of different flower strains categorized by their strains ranging from strong Indicas to strong Sativas and everything in between. Each strain can have different effects so be sure to ask the budtender for assistance in choosing the best marijuana for you. Strong Sativas strains are known for their general uplifting, energizing, and head high effects while Indicas are known for their full body highs and sedative effects. Dispensaries will also sell a number of other types of marijuana products, including but not limited to: Hybrid Hybrid strains contain a mix of sativa and indica genetics and, depending on their lineage, can take on characteristics from both strain families. Indica Known for their distinctive fat leaves and short flowering cycles, indica cannabis plants are also relatively small in stature, often growing under six feet tall. Sativa Sativa cannabis plants have thinner leaves and longer flowering cycles than their indica counterparts. They’re also taller: Some sativas can grow upwards of 25 feet, though most stay under 12 feet tall.

How Much Does Detroit Marijuana Cost (Price Per Gram US$)?

10$ per gram

How much Marijuana can I buy in Detroit?

(City) Medical Marijuana Card, you are allowed to possess 8 ounces of usable cannabis. Now that the recreational use of marijuana is legal, you can expect the limit of possession to be up to one ounce of marijuana flower.

Can I legally get Marijuana delivered in Detroit?

Transporting recreational and medical marijuana in Michigan is (City) for qualified patients, caregivers and adults of age as long as the marijuana or marijuana-infused products being transported are: In a sealed and labeled package In the trunk of the car If there is no trunk, the marijuana must be in a location that is not readily accessible from the interior of the vehicle If a patient or caregiver is found in violation of these stipulations, they face a civil fine of up to $250.

Qualifying Patients for Medical Marijuana in Detroit

Alzheimer’s Disease Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Cachexia/Wasting Syndrome Cancer Crohn’s Disease Glaucoma Hepatitis C HIV/AIDS Nail Patella Seizures Severe & Chronic Pain Severe & Persistent Muscle Spasms Severe Nausea Any other medical condition approved by the Department of Community Health

Can I take my purchase home if I live in another state or country?

No. All marijuana and marijuana products purchased in (City) must be consumed in (City).

How Many Marijuana Plants Can I Grow in Detroit?

Adults over the age of 21 are allowed to grow up to 6 plants at a time!

Can my landlord ban cannabis in Detroit?

Yes. A landlord can absolutely prohibit that because marijuana is illegal under federal law.” The landlord can say, “I understand our state allows medical marijuana but as it is still a Schedule 1 drug and I prohibit it on my premises

Can I get my Medical Card if I am not a Detroit Resident?

No, legally you cannot get your medical marijuana card if you are not a (City) resident. That being said, you may hear stories of shady places giving them out to non-residents.

When will state-licensed stores open up in Detroit?

As predicted, recreational cannabis shops opened their doors to the public on 2018-2019.

Can I get a DUI from driving while stoned?

Driving under the influence of marijuana is a crime in every state. And even if your marijuana use was lawful—because recreational marijuana use is legal in your state or you have a medical prescription—it doesn’t mean you can’t be convicted of a marijuana-related DUI.

Can I share my medical marijuana in Detroit?

No you may not. Medical marijuana is intended only for the patient it is prescribed to and therefore cannot be shared with other patients or non-patients. Sharing medical marijuana is a punishable offence and violators face potential penalties and fines.

How Old Do You Have To Be To Buy Marijuana In Detroit?

Anyone over 21, and adults 18 and over with a medical card can buy in (City).

Can I smoke in public in Detroit ?

No, not legally. The law in (City) restricts consumption of marijuana to private areas only, like a home

Can you get fired for having marijuana in your system?

Yes. Even though your cannabis use may be for medical reasons, an employer still has the right to deny accommodation for the consumption of marijuana by employees.

How To Get A Detroit Marijuana License?

To be qualified for a medical marijuana card, patients must be at least 18 years of age or older, (City) residents and have a qualifying medical condition.

Even though marijuana is legal, can I still get in trouble?

Yes. You can always get in trouble at the federal level, but as long as you follow the rules for marijuana in (City), state and local authorities will not have any issues with you. Even though cannabis is legal in (City), if you do find yourself in a pinch with the law, check out our (City) Cannabis Lawyers page for help Directory City page Link !

Questions About Detroit Marijuana Laws? Get Legal Help Today

The legalization of marijuana in (City) -- despite its continued prohibition at the federal level -- has no doubt created some confusion. But keep in mind that there are still ways to be in violation of state law, such as possessing or growing more than is allowed or failing to comply with regulations governing commercial marijuana activities. If you're facing criminal charges under (City) marijuana laws, even if your actions were unintentional, consider speaking with an experienced marijuana law attorney https://scottrobertslaw.com/ to ensure that your rights are protected. If you're planning on opening your own legal cannabis shop, speaking with a local business law attorney can not only save you time and money but can also ensure that you're in full compliance with the law.