Finebloom & Haenel, P.A. - Sarasota Marijuana Business Services in Sarasota
About Finebloom & Haenel, P.A. - Sarasota
At Finebloom & Haenel, our attorneys believe that if you are using marijuana for medical purposes, your rights should be protected. Our Tampa medical marijuana lawyers and staff are familiar with defending these types of cases and will fight to make sure you aren’t penalized when you have done nothing wrong. In a medical marijuana case, our lawyers need to prove that you in fact have a medical condition which is improved or whose symptoms are being helped by the use of marijuana. Marijuana, cannabis and hashish have been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years. And although the psychoactive effects are well known, the soothing qualities of marijuana have helped many cancer and AIDS patients find relief. Today, marijuana treatment is used for a chronic loss of appetite as found in wasting syndromes associated with chemotherapy and AIDS. Less commonly, it is used for alcoholism and other drug addictions as well as for the prevention of migraine headaches. Medical marijuana has been recognized by Florida courts and case law, but not by Florida legislature. That is to say, state laws do not allow for the use of marijuana for medical purposes, leaving many people in fear of being arrested or worse. Florida is one of the strictest states in regards to drug crimes and drug legislation. If you are found guilty of marijuana possession of less than one ounce, your punishment may include a fine of up to $1,000 and a prison sentence of up to 1 year. Not to mention the affect this will have on your reputation and your future ability to find work, obtain certain loans, and more. If you have been using medical marijuana in Tampa or Sarasota, Florida, you may be in danger of arrest from law enforcement. If you are arrested or if marijuana is found on you or your property, contact a medical marijuana lawyer at Finebloom & Haenel immediately. It is important that we get started on your defense right away so you are not punished for seeking relief from your illness. Your Tampa medical marijuana attorney will fight for your rights.