Understanding California's Recreational Use Of Marijuana Laws

Proposition 64 granting recreational use of marijuana is the law of the land in California.

Since the law's passage, a number of overreactions and misunderstandings by the pot-loving populace of the Golden State has resulted in many avoidable criminal convictions and imprisonment for many people.

For example, if you think you can grow marijuana in your own private garden, mail or ship your product to a friend in another state, or smoke pot in public, you are close to making a terrible mistake that could lead to felony charges.

The facts you need to know about recreational marijuana are waiting for you right now at The Law Offices of Frederick R. Remer in Hayward. His almost 45 years of successful service to drug offense clients from all walks of life have definitely prepared this skilled criminal defense attorney for the brave new world of Proposition 64 — and how to protect your rights.

As your drug defense lawyer, Frederick R. Remer defends your interests and increases your knowledge of these important features of Proposition 64:

  • The right to possession by weight and age
  • Possession for personal use and with intent to sell
  • Restrictions on transport and sales
  • Sale, gift, transport and import health safety codes
  • Sales to minors
  • Driving while under the influence of marijuana
  • Restrictions on medical marijuana
  • The relationship between marijuana and immigration
  • The realization that marijuana growing and ownership still runs counter to federal law

Mr. Remer has been in the forefront of marijuana reforms, serving as an active member of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) since the 1970s. He has also been a longtime vocal proponent of the move to allow state-sanctioned marijuana dispensaries to grow marijuana for medicinal uses. Most importantly, he aggressively represents the interests of persons accused of all kinds of drug crimes.

Ignorance Of The Law, New Or Old, Is No Excuse — Contact Frederick R. Remer Today

Were you arrested on a marijuana-related charge because of something you did not understand about Proposition 64? Your initial consultation at our Hayward law offices is free of charge. Schedule it right now by calling us at 510-342-5539 or remain online to send an email message from wherever you are in the East Bay, Alameda County, Contra Costa County and surrounding areas in Northern California.