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Marijuana Charge Expungement Begins in Arizona

In November 2020, Arizona voters passed Prop 207, which legalized recreational marijuana use for adult users.  Another benefit to this new legislation?  Those people who were convicted of certain marijuana possession or marijuana paraphernalia felonies can apply to have their convictions expunged beginning on July 12, 2021. Here’s a quick run-down on what Arizona’s law…

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When THC Is THC Isn’t THC (Or Something)

Arizona voters approved recreational marijuana last November, and sales have been climbing as 2021 proceeds.  As we have previously discussed, Arizona’s Prop 207 had a number of effects, from legalizing possession of an ounce or less to expunging many marijuana-related felony convictions.  What’s still not legal?  Driving while impaired by marijuana, possession of more than…

202005.01
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Cocktails and Coronavirus

“I can’t wait until things go back to normal.”  This is probably one thought we can all agree upon in one way or another.  Whether it’s schools reopening, being able to go out to eat and have someone else do the dishes, or simply give your friend who you haven’t seen in months a hug,…

201912.31
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The End of a Decade

As the year and the decade close, we like to get sentimental here at the Law Offices of Mark D. DuBiel and take a stroll down memory lane of New Year’s Eves gone by. Do you remember New Year’s Eve 2012? Not really? Well some of us were disappointed that the world hadn’t ended ten…

201907.03
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Punxsutawney Phil Is Predicting a Hot Fourth of July

Everyone’s favorite little furry pre-spring friend, Punxsutawney Phil, predicted an early spring this Groundhog Day, and it seems we were graced with springtime temperatures far past their expiration date.  For those of you (and I am sure there are not many) that have been diligently anticipating that summertime heat, fear not because it would appear…

201906.07
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Medical Marijuana Is Not a Crime–but Could It Be?

While still contemplating the advent of a marijuana breathalyzer and the complex nature of THC and impairment, attorneys in Arizona, one of the 33 states that have legalized marijuana for medical use only, now have to brush up on their botany.  Or is it chemistry?  You know we went to law school because of math…