Edit: "But Kleiman argues that many of the people who complained about the DUID standard during the I-502 campaign were medical marijuana suppliers who were mainly interested in defending their financial interests."
So when Mark Kleiman thinks it's stupid, he's just sharing his professional opinion; when medical cannabis professionals think it's stupid, they're just being greedy.
Hoping to see some videos of your speeches pop up on YouTube!
- Pelley Law, PLLCDefense Lawyer, present
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Aaron A. Pelley practices exclusively in Criminal Defense and represents medical marijuana patients and collectives throughout Washington State.
Member: National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Washington State Bar Association; Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Law (NORML Legal Committee); Cannabis Defense Coalition (Legal Committee).
Recipient: Super Lawyers, Rising Star (2010);Certificate for Completion, International Criminal Law and Policy, 2005; Willamette University Public Interest Law Fellowship Grantee, 2004.
Author: "Marijuana Law Up In Smoke" WSBA Litigation News, "Criminal Defense Law with an Apple," American Bar Association GP Solo, Law Trends and News; legal guides for Avvo.
- Willamette UniversityJ.D.