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Voters decide on Tuesday whether to make Michigan the first state in the Sixth Circuit to Legalize Marijuana

Written by Nathan Miller, Attorney at Law on November 5, 2018 in Marijuana

This Tuesday, Michiganders will go to the polls and decide whether to make their state the 10th in the nation to legalize the adult recreational use of marijuana. If passed, the new law would create a tightly-regulated system akin to the one already in place for alcohol, creating six categories of licensed marijuana businesses in …Read More »

Marijuana Law

Written by Nathan Miller, Attorney at Law on October 30, 2018 in Marijuana

How what’s happening in the rest of the Northern Hemisphere affects Kentuckians when it comes to Marijuana. Since California became the first state to approve the use of cannabis for medical treatment in 1996, over 30 states (including the District of Columbia) have passed laws legalizing marijuana for medical purposes and/or recreational use by adults …Read More »

Conviction Vacated

Written by Nathan Miller, Attorney at Law on January 20, 2018 in Criminal Law

Jury verdict, standard form, and contrary colloquy don’t mix. The Kentucky Court of Appeals has issued an opinion reversing and vacating a rape conviction, because, after a guilty verdict was reached by a jury, the defendant entered into a sentencing agreement with the prosecution, only to be told by the court that he could (and then later that he could …Read More »