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Wednesday, 3-Oct-2012 03:01 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Information on the new absolute ban on herbal incense

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Suggestions as regards the recent synthetic drug ban

The new Federal ban on all herbal incense, aka spice incense, has prompted a lot of mix-up about what is legal to purchase nowadays.

We hired two attorneys to share us their ideas to make available some accuracy. In each case the lawyers recommended that further federal ban law was unclear at best, includes all herbal incense products, and was best if all parties no longer bought or sold it.

Any loophole that existed preceding to this ban has been closed by the federal government and importing these synthetic substances is at this moment totaly prohibited.

The US Government has shown their dedication to imposing the additional ban by raiding in addition to arresting individuals no matter whether they had a product which contained banned substances or not. U.S. law enforcement's stance in this area is "since the new laws are convoluted, we will make the arrests and let the courts sort out whether the arrests ended up being legal or not."

To prove the point U.S. authorities raided and seized millions in income and product from herbal incense companies even previous to the ban taking effect. Even though the individuals arrested had been well within the legal "grace period" they suffered the raids, arrests and confiscation of all their hard earned income and property.

To add insult to injury they must at this point face criminal charges on top of the loss of their assests costing them more funds and time not to mention tons of added strain.

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In America, there are Laws and there is Case Law. The Law is a guide for law enforcement however is not detailed. Subsequent to an arrest is made under the guidance of a Law, then the Law is tested and tried in court. Following a ruling, there is now "Case Law" to guide the officers and the courts.

Given that the Federal Ban in opposition to synthetics is a fresh Law, there is no case law we can use to offer legal guidance. So to err on the side of caution and safety, it is recommended that no persons test these recent laws! It can cost you everything you have as well as your life.

It seems plain that the American Feds are poised to start making international arrest based on the recent ban. The U.S. government loves making examples out of citizens to prove their seriousness and power particularly soon after a fresh law has been passed.


Tuesday, 2-Oct-2012 20:57 Email | Share | | Bookmark
New legal bud regulations take effect

HARTFORD - Connecticut patients suffering from particular devastating health conditions will soon be able to submit an application with the state Department of Consumer Protection to obtain herbal smoke.
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Applications will be available over the internet beginning Monday. Connecticut has taken a stride forward in establishing a method to support the use of herbal incense for eligible patients.

Several further new state legislation that take effect Monday pertain to sex trafficking, used cars and highway safety.

Claudette Carveth, spokeswoman for the Department of Consumer Protection, stated the agency has received calls from citizens interested in an claim, but the agency has not kept a waiting list.

18 year old residents of the state are eligable for a temporary certificate. A Connecticut-licensed physician must initiate the enrollment procedure and declare that the individual meets the medical prerequisites.

Only specified medical conditions are eligible for the treatment. Of the conditions that are permitted are; multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, HIV, glaucoma, cancer and AIDS.

Meanwhile, the consumer protection agency has until July 1 to offer new regulations to the General Assembly as to how the medication will be dispensed and further details.

Extra seen can be read at best legal buds.

2013 has been given as the date for this program to be totally functioning.

"From talking to a lot of people, Connecticut clearly will have the tightest, most restrictive system in the country," said Michael Lawlor, the governor's criminal justice adviser.
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Lawlor stated people who do end up qualifying for legal buds will now be allowed, under state law, to possess up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana as of Monday. Transactions involving legal buds will still be against the law until the state government has approved sources. Lawlor doesn't think in the begining of the program to qualify a sizeable number of people saying; "the basic possession will be lawful, assuming you have the card."

Depicting a adolescent in an ad for sex in addition becomes against the law in this latest legislation. The legislation is intended to help fight sex trafficking.

Proponents of the measure, counting previous House Speaker James Amann, had first wanted to make the publishers of escort advertisements, on line and print, criminally liable if the advertisings were deemed exploitation of minors. They proposed requiring publishers to get verification of the age of the person featured in the advertisement before running it.

Under the laws ultimately signed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, the new crime of commercial sexual exploitation of a young person is created, a Class C felony punishable by one to 10 years in prison and up to a $10,000 charge.

In addition on Monday, some further motor vehicle laws take effect.

One law attempts to guarantee that auto dealerships give people with a state-required safety test on used cars. Items that have got to be signed off as checked include service brakes, the parking brake, tires, wheels, the steering system and exhaust. In the past, a number of dealers didn't do a thorough safety check, officials with the Department of Motor Vehicles stated.

"This new law helps to protect consumers in the future from those situations where a few dealers have not done the checks as required," DMV Commissioner Melody A. Currey said.

In the recent law, a dealership owner faces arrest and fines up to $2,000 if they do not execute the safety inspection

One more recent law expands the existing law requiring motorists to move over when approaching a stationary automobile. The rule now applies to roads with two lanes of travel going in the same way. At first, it had applied to those with 3 lanes or more.


Monday, 1-Oct-2012 16:43 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Recommendations as regards the fresh synthetic drug ban

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Suggestions as regards the latest synthetic drug ban

The latest Federal Ban on all herbal incense products has unleashed a flood of requests similar to "Tom, what legal bud product is still ok to buy?"

We hired two attorneys to share us their ideas to provide some accuracy. In every case the attorneys recommended that new federal ban law was vague at best, includes all herbal incense products, and was best if all parties no longer bought or sold it.

Any loophole that existed previous to this prohibition has been closed by the federal government and importing these synthetic substances is now totaly criminal.

The US Government has made known their dedication to enforcing the additional ban by raiding as well as arresting individuals no matter whether they had a product that contained banned substances or not. U.S. law enforcement's stance in this area is "since the new laws are complicated, we will make the arrests and allow the courts sort out whether the arrests were legal or not."

To prove the point U.S. authorities raided and seized millions in funds and product from herbal incense companies even previous to the ban taking effect. It did not appear to matter that the Federal ban on synthetic products had not become concrete law yet, these individuals lost all their cash and assets over night.

Currently they have to steer themselves through the complicated U.S. criminal justice system which will cost them piles of additional funds, worry and the loss of their liberty.

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Laws and Case Laws are two different things in America. Law is intended as a guidline for police and other authorities and is not comprehensive. Subsequent to an arrest is made under the guidance of a Law, then the Law is tested and tried in court. After a case has been through the court system and a ruling has been made, the law will become "Case Law" and servers as a more solid basis to steer future arrest.

Because the Federal Ban against synthetics is a fresh Law, there is no case law we can use to offer legal guidance. So to err on the side of caution and safety, it is suggested that no persons put to the test these recent laws! It can cost you everything you own as well as your life.

It's our opinion that the U.S. government is close to making scores of International Arrest of individuals not heeding to the recent law. The U.S. government loves making examples out of citizens to demonstrate their seriousness and might especially soon after a new law has been passed.


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