How to get a medical marijuana ID card in California?
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In this video, medical marijuana expert and attorney at law, David Welch, explains how California’s Health & Safety Code 11362.5 makes possession and use of cannabis for medical purposes legal, through two steps: a doctor’s recommendation, often just referred to as a “rec” and a medical marijuana identification card, sometimes referred to as a “cannabis card.” The medical marijuana ID card is an anonymous way for California residents to obtain medical marijuana through after filling out an application and paying a fee to their local county’s department of public health.
David Welch and the Shouse Law Group have helped thousands of medical marijuana patients, growers, dispensaries, compassionate care providers, collectives, cooperatives, doctors, and many other peripheral medical marijuana businesses such as Point of Sale (POS) systems, marijuana testing facilities and landlords who rent to medical marijuana collectives, all with the intent of protecting legal rights for the use, cultivation, and distribution of medical cannabis, as provided for by California law.
If your loved one is charged with possession, possession for sale, or cultivation of marijuana, under Health & Safety Code 11360, 11359, 11358, or 11357, we invite you to contact us at Shouse Law Group. We can provide a free consultation in office or by phone. We have local offices in Los Angeles, the San Fernando Valley, Pasadena, Long Beach, Orange County, Ventura, San Bernardino, Rancho Cucamonga, Riverside, San Diego, Sacramento, Oakland, San Francisco, San Jose and throughout California.
To learn about Nevada medical marijuana laws, go to our information page at http://www.shouselaw.com/nevada/medical-marijuana.html