California Marijuana Legal Guide to Answer Questions About Laws

Guide is From Los Angeles Criminal Defense Attorney Robert M. Helfend

Press Release updated: Oct 31, 2017 07:00 PDT

Navigating California’s network of drug laws can be difficult. This is why the offices of Robert M. Helfend, Attorney at Law, have recently released a comprehensive guide detailing the legalities of marijuana use in the state.

You can find the guide here.

When is distribution of marijuana a misdemeanor and when is it a felony? This happens when the transfer of marijuana is greater than 28.5 grams. When is marijuana possession legal for medicinal use, and when is it legal for recreational use?

This guide answers all of those questions and more, with helpful information on relevant case law, driving under the influence, and even alternative penalties that might be available to you if you have been charged with a marijuana-related offense.

Robert M. Helfend is a National Trial Lawyers and Lead Counsel rated criminal defense attorney, who has served the Los Angeles area since 1984. Specializing in major felonies and white collar crimes, Mr. Helfend has helped a number of those clients obtain favorable results while facing severe penalties.

For more information, visit https://www.robertmhelfend.com.

Robert M. Helfend, Attorney at Law
23838 Pacific Coast Hwy, #309
Malibu, CA 90265
(800)834-6434

Source: Robert M. Helfend, Attorney At Law

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