There is finally some good news regarding Michigan medical marijuana for a change. An Oakland County judge dismissed drug conspiracy charges against 7 people that were involved and employees with a Ferndale medical marijuana dispensary. The dispensary was raided in 2010 and the charges were dropped just yesterday.
The main reason these charges were dropped is because police officers had to admit that they forged their state registry cards. As you know, Michigan patients must have a valid state card and these officers simply had their own made without applying. The employees were treated like long-time criminals and heavy drug dealers when they were really only supplying marijuana to patients registered with the state. The once thriving business is now ruined with all their homes and property being seized.