Lake County Marijuana Attorney
Serving Clients in Lake County, Chaffee County and Eagle County, Colorado
Since the adoption of Amendment 64 in 2012, Colorado allows the restricted use of both recreational and medicinal marijuana by adults, but stringently-enforced regulations apply to these drugs. Since 2012, various new laws have been adopted regarding cultivation, public consumption, retail sales, and taxation of recreational and medical marijuana. If you face any marijuana-related charge in Colorado, it’s still imperative to obtain experienced legal assistance immediately. With her extensive familiarity with the Colorado courts and her proven legal talents, Lindsey Parlin is the experienced Lake County marijuana lawyer who will effectively defend you if you’re charged with violating Colorado’s complicated cannabis statutes. If you face such a charge – today or in the future – call the Leadville law offices of Lindsey Parlin at once.
THE NEW LEGAL LANDSCAPE
Adults 21 or older in Colorado may cultivate up to six cannabis plants (three immature and three mature plants) in a locked space, legally possess cannabis from the plants (as long as it stays where it was grown), possess up to one ounce while traveling, and give as a gift up to one ounce to others 21 or older.
Consumption is legal in a manner analogous to alcohol, with similar prohibitions for driving under the influence (DUI). Public consumption remains illegal. Medical cannabis patients may possess up to two ounces and may cultivate no more than six plants (three immature and three mature plants). Patients caught with more may argue “affirmative defense of medical necessity” but are not protected under state law.
Experienced Chaffee County marijuana attorney Lindsey Parlin defends clients accused of violating any of Colorado’s marijuana statutes in court. She will assess the specifics of your case, explain the law, and develop an effective defense to keep a conviction off of your record. In many cases, she may be able to have the charge reduced or dismissed entirely. Sometimes a plea bargain with a reduced sentence is the best possible resolution. If your case goes to trial, Lindsey Parlin will aggressively fight the opposing attorneys for your acquittal.
Ms. Parlin is also available to assist entrepreneurs obtain the proper licenses and understand other issues related to Colorado’s complex commercial cannabis regulatory framework.
A GOOD MARIJUANA ATTORNEY
Every marijuana case is different. If you face a misdemeanor or felony marijuana charge in Colorado, it’s imperative to speak with a good marijuana lawyer immediately to avoid the serious penalties of a conviction. From your initial free consultation to the conclusion of your marijuana case, Lindsey Parlin will defend your legal rights and work with you to achieve the best possible outcome. Ms. Parlin represents clients in Eagle, Lake, Park, Summit, and Chafee counties. Her law firm has a number of practice areas, including domestic violence, drug charges, marijuana possession, traffic offenses, sex crimes, and probation violations.
If you are charged with a violation of Colorado marijuana laws, please schedule a free consultation right now with experienced Eagle County marijuana attorney Lindsey Parlin by completing the contact form on this website or by calling her law offices at 719-310-3703. Evening and weekend consultations to discuss your offense in her law office are available on request.