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The signature is the assurance that a judicial officer has found that law enforcement has made the requisite probable cause showing, and serves as notice to the citizen upon whom the warrant is served that it is a validly issued warrant.   Without the signature, it is merely an “unfinished paper.” Davis, supra;

The signature is the assurance that a judicial officer has found that law enforcement has made the requisite probable cause showing, and serves as notice to the citizen upon whom the warrant is served that it is a validly issued warrant.   Without the signature, it is merely an “unfinished paper.”  Davis, supra;.

What constitutes due process of law?

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The Fifth Amendment states:

No person shall…be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law…

What does the “due process of law” really mean? What ever it is, it is the thing that allows the government to deny the individual of life, liberty, and property. As such, I feel compelled to understand it.

The fourth amendment states that The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated without a warrant. To get a warrant law enforcement officials must prove “probable cause”.

So Constitutionally speaking, a warrant is the first step in the “due process of law”.

But the fact is, law now permits search and seizure without a warrant.

“The Supreme Court has held that searches and arrests can be performed without a warrant under some circumstances. Most notably, arrests and searches…

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Drug Dogs at Your Door? Not Anymore.

Schmidt Law Services

Portrait of a mastiffThe United States Supreme Court has ruled that drug dogs can be used to sniff cars, parcels, and luggage without a warrant. Courts have even upheld suspicion-less sniffs of entire student populations. But what if that drug dog comes onto a person’s front porch?

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Decision making on medical marijuana program improvement bills now expected 4/26/13

Fresh Approach Hawaii

4/19/13: At the Conference Committee hearing on SB 642 (improvements to the Medical Cannabis program) and HB 668 (the transfer of the Medical Cannabis program to the Department of Health), the Conference Committee originally decided to delay decision making until Tuesday, April 23, at 2:30 pm so that both the Senate and the House could draft a Conference Committee draft (CD 1). However, decision making was further pushed back from Wednesday and Thursday and  is now expected on Friday, 4/26.

The Committee discussed removing the tobacco portion (Part 1) of SB 642 so that the SB 642 just has medical cannabis content and agreed to removing Part 1 (the tobacco portion) from SB 642.

Both the House and Senate will present a CD1 draft of SB 642 and HB 668 that would amend the bills either by:

  1. Separating out the transfer of the program and the improvements, so the transfer to…

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Physicians Recommend Marijuana for PTSD, Parkinson’s Disease. Autism is up next.

Cannabis For Autism

Michigan will soon be deciding whether to add autism to its list of  ailments justifying a patient’s inclusion in the Michigan Medical Marihuana Program (MMP).

“The next two illnesses to be considered by the Panel are autism and asthma. Michigan residents are already promising to come out in force to support the addition of these ailments to the list of qualifying conditions. The Panel’s next hearing date has not been set as of this writing.”

Read more about the latest news on the Michigan program.

Read about autism and cannabis from the compassion chronicles.

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