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Marijuana Charges Dropped Against Butte Man

Jim Finnel

Fallen Cannabis Warrior & Ex News Moderator
The Butte-Silver Bow County attorney's office had dropped a marijuana production charge filed against a 52-year-old Butte man who was eligible for a medical marijuana card.

Mitchell Booth was charged last October, after authorities raided his home and found a dozen mature marijuana plants.

In moving to dismiss the case, Deputy County Attorney Kelly Fivey says Booth could have used the Medical Marijuana Act as a defense against the charge, even though he was not a registered card holder.

Booth has multiple sclerosis, which would have qualified him for a medical marijuana card. Officials say after Booth's arrest, both he and his wife obtained medical marijuana cards through the Department of Public Health and Human Services.


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candy justice

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"both he and his wife obtained medical marijuana cards through the Department of Public Health and Human Services."
Wow. I wish they did that where I live at. It would make things a lot easier especially for those of Us without a car.
 

Warbux

New Member
Here in Michigan you send in your Drs refferal , along with payment and a copy of your drivers liscence...They send your card through the mail. :roorrip:
 
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