This is a discussion on CCW Vs medical mary jane within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by automatic slim Everytime one of these laws is passed it's always for serious illnesses like glaucoma or cancer. Once they get their ...
I think the original point of his question has been overlooked by many. My interpretation of the question was simply "Does having the medical mj card make his CCW null and void?", not "Should he still CC when under the influence?"
The former question sounds like a good opportunity for a lawyer in your state who is familiar with CC laws.
[QUOTE][While you are under the influence, you shouldn't be carrying... /QUOTE]
If you wouldn't drive a car after taking or ingesting it, would you really risk a weapon?
+1000 on Bark'Ns quote... Absolutely positively without exception. Remember that you are holding the power to end someone's life - with that power comes great responsibility.....
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sleeping pills with worse side effects and that are not time proven like mj. Most sleeping pills suggest at least 7 hours of sleep before attempting to drive.
Also, isn't that flight study over 20 years old?
As far as I know, in Minnesota, it is legal to carry while taking prescription meds. But, You should deffinately tell him to contact a lawyer who is educated on the subject.
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Most heavy duty sleeping pills are addictive. In addition, you'd probably have to take a tranquilizer (also addictive) to get the same relaxing effect. Altogether pot is probably safer than those drugs for falling asleep.
Are you suggesting that after ingesting an illegal drug you should then drive a car within seven hours?Most sleeping pills suggest at least 7 hours of sleep before attempting to drive.
It is not legal to posses a Schedule I substance in any state. See Title 21 of the USC.
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Exactly, which reinforces my previous post...
The issue of "intoxication" is irrelevent, since possession is illegal anyway.