“I was employed at a state corrections facility. When I got charged with Felonious Assault and Kidnapping, my job put me on unpaid leave. Greg Robey fought hard for me and the State agreed to dismiss all the felony charges against me. I am now back on the job because of the hard work of Mr. Robey.” -T.J., Cleveland, Ohio
Currently, 21 states allow marijuana for medical use. Additionally, two states, Colorado and Washington, have made recreational cannabis use for adults legal. In Ohio, the legalization of marijuana in the state has garnered a lot of attention.
Recently, Quinnipiac University conducted a poll on marijuana legalization and obtained the following data:
Currently, efforts are in effect to add the legalization of marijuana to the ballot in November. The Ohio Rights Group is focusing on gathering support for The Ohio Cannabis Rights Amendment, a law that would allow residents age 18 and older who have a debilitating condition and who meet eligibility requirements to use, possess, obtain and produce marijuana.
However, it is important to understand that marijuana is currently illegal on the state and federal level in Ohio. If arrested, depending on the amount and type of crime, you could face jail time and fines.
In the event that police arrest you or a loved one for a marijuana related offense, it is vital you contact an aggressive and knowledgeable criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible.