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Medical Marijuana in Florida: So Close…But No Cigar

By The Tony Moss Firm |

In the weeks and months ahead of Election Day, Amendment 2 had been polling in the 70-percent range. But when the final tallies came in, the measure that would have legalized medical marijuana in the state of Florida went down to defeat. While receiving 58 percent of the vote, it nonetheless failed to clear… Read More »

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Federal Prisoners May Now Be Eligible to Have their Sentences Reduced

By The Tony Moss Firm |

When the clock struck midnight on November 1st, thousands of federal prisoners sentenced for drug-related offenses saw a chance to have their prison terms reduced. This was because federal drug sentencing reforms that were adopted earlier this year went into effect on that date. As many as 46,000 prisoners currently incarcerated for narcotics offenses… Read More »

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Legal, Recreational Marijuana in Florida: An Idea Whose Time is Coming?

By The Tony Moss Firm |

Quinnipiac University, in Connecticut, has released a recent poll that shows a clear majority of Florida voters supporting the legalization of possessing small amounts of marijuana (or “ganja”) for personal use. The poll indicates that 55 percent of voters support the legalization of recreational marijuana growth and personal use in Florida. Only 41 percent… Read More »

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U.S., Florida Supreme Courts Rule on Florida K-9 searches

By The Tony Moss Firm |

Police officers around the country commonly use K-9 dogs to search the area around a vehicle during an arrest or traffic stop. Police officers do not need a search warrant for a K-9 to search around the outside of a vehicle during an arrest or stop. When a K-9 “alerts” or signal to its… Read More »

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