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Oregon, Lawyers, cannabis-aware.
These attorneys are experienced in mj-related cases and/or are sympathetic to the cause (ie - NORML Legal Committee members.)
John C. Lucy IV (Attorney at Law | Criminal Defense > Law420, NLC)
Digital Fax (Preferred): (503)-961-1121
visit - www.Law420.com -or- Law420.com on Facebook
Your Freedom Is Worth A Fight! . . : .
Leland R. Berger (NLC)
3527 NE 15th Ave., #103
The practice emphasizes appeals and all other post-conviction matters in Oregon and Federal Courts,
along with the defense of Medical Marijuana Program patients and drug policy reform education and
Brian Michaels (NLC)
259 East Fifth Avenue
Brian Michaels offers free conultations with regard to the OMM Program and registration process.
NOTE: Packets are available at the OMMP offices.
He also provides free legal representation for current OMMP cardholders that may find themselves in a
situation with police.
Please feel free to send him any material or information that may add to his medical marijuana library.
from The Oregonian; Wednesday, December 8, 1999
"Police told to return medical marijuana."
The bureau says it would violate federal law if it released the drugs, and the City Council will decide today whether to appeal
"Judge Robert Redding's ruling in October was one the first tests of the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act, said Richard White, Kama's attorney.
"It does set a precedent in that it legitimizes the law in the eye of the court," White said.
During the proceedings, White argued that police were wrong in taking the drug from his client, who had medical reasons for using it. The judge ordered only a small amount of the drug to be returned.
Kama could not be reached for comment Tuesday, and White would not disclose his client's medical conditions."
Visit: www.marijuana.org/Oregonian12-8-99.htm for more details.
from Voter Power Weekly Newsletter, February 8, 2002,
"Update: Portland City Attorney's Office to Appeal Kama Case".
Richard White, the attorney for Kama who prevailed in the Court of Appeals ruling, subsequently told
Voter Power "I feel that the Court of Appeals made a proper ruling. I don't think the [Oregon]
Supreme Court should accept the city's petition to review the Court of Appeals decision.
If the Supreme Court does decide to hear this case, I think they should accept the reasoning of the
Court of Appeals."
The case is 9906-34218; A109667, State of Oregon, Plaintiff, and City of Portland, Appellant,
v. Samuel Kim Kama, Respondent. A complete copy of the Court of Appeals ruling has been posted
at the Voter Power Web site.
Visit: www.voterpower.org/news/020208news.html for more details.
The NORML Legal Committee, Oregon.
is composed of attorneys committed to the overall
goals of NORML.
To look for other NORML Lawyers, click
Duane J. McCabe
44 NW Irving
Bend, OR 97701
Neil C. Morey
242 NW 'E' Street
Grants Pass, OR 97526
or visit: www.neilmorey.com
200 Pine St.
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Robert A. Callahan
NW Law Center
405 NW 18th Avenue
Portland, OR 97209
Jane Marie Claus
The Cascade Building
520 SW Sixth St. Suite 600
Portland, OR 97204
Thomas K. Coan
715 SW Morrison St. Suite 504
Portland, OR 97205-3122
415 NW 18th Ave.
Portland, OR 97209
or visit: www.mycriminallawyer.com
Richard A. Cremer
727 SE Cass Ave. Suite 400
Roseburg, OR 97470
Other sources for PROFESSIONAL HELP
Find an NORML attorney.
Attorney listings of the NORML Legal Committee
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One of the greatest unmet needs of medical cannabis patients today is the need for
affordable access to legal help.
click here to go to a list of Oregon medical cannabis reources.
Musicians for Medical Marijuana (MEDical, CAlifornia) is dedicated to raising public awareness
of the challenges facing medical cannabis patients, their caregivers, and physicians.
They are working to provide accurate, timely information about medical cannabis, and to facilitate
access to physicians, lawyers, and medical cannabis providers' associations.
Their benefit concerts provide an opportunity to educate and entertain concert-goers.
More importantly, they provide a venue for building a support network for those who benefit from
this natural medicine.
Musicians for Medical Marijuana will continue to facilitate access to information and professional
help. They will be there to give patients and their loved ones the support they need to stay healthy
and safe. Visit: www.m4mmj.org/lawyer.html
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(September 24, 2001) TABLE OF CONTENTS - Table of Contents Warning to all readers How to use this
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