Our Omaha drug lawyer blog covers current events related to both medical marijuana and recreational marijuana from time to time. One of the newest studies published by the Journal of Clinical Oncology shed a bit of light on what may be happening with push for medical marijuana. Cancer is Often an Approved Condition for Medical … Continue reading Omaha Drug Lawyer: Cancer Docs Call for Research
Marijuana laws have changed to the point where certain drug offences no longer carry the harsh penalties they once used to. This means that instead of being faced with a possible jail term when caught with small quantities of marijuana, the penalties for a person charged with possession generally consist of a small fine. Furthermore, … Continue reading Marijuana Laws They Are a Changin’: Options for Those Convicted Before Decriminalization
As a Nebraska drug attorney, many of my clients ask me about what the state requires to get a drug offense off of their record. Whether simply arrested or actually convicted, a drug offense on your criminal record can create some very difficult consequences for you or your family in the long run. Employers and … Continue reading Mr. Nebraska Drug Attorney, Can You Please Get This Off My Record?
Recently, top Omaha drug attorney Daniel Stockmann weighed in on the controversy surrounding Colorado’s Amendment 64, in an interview broadcast on Marijuana Public Media. The law, passed by voters in 2012, legalized the possession and sale of marijuana, prompted a suit to be filed with the U.S. Supreme Court by its neighboring states, Nebraska and … Continue reading Omaha Drug Attorney Reveals Dirty Secrets of Nebraska’s War on Drugs
Nebraska drug crime attorneys are doing just fine since Colorado legalized marijuana, but the same can’t be said for the state itself, as Nebraska law enforcement budgets are being drained dramatically. How do they know the pot is coming from Colorado? Well, even though their marijuana can only be purchased with cash (leaving no connection … Continue reading Colorado’s Weed Is Good For Drug Crime Attorneys, Bad For Nebraska’s Budget