“The new credit union might be an answer for super-rich dispensaries that have a lot of extra money,” said Sean McAllister.
“I would be shocked if the Supreme Court even accepted the case,” Sean McAllister.
“There’s absolutely no connection between Christopher in Tennessee and Soul Shine in Colorado,” McAllister said.
“There’s the legal rules and then there’s the reality of the way police act,” Denver criminal attorney Sean McAllister said in an interview. “The bottom line is police pretty much do what they want.”
“My client understands what he is facing and we’re ready to go,” McAllister said.
“I have many clients tell me that the first thing they get asked when they get pulled over in Kansas or Nebraska, with Colorado plates, is ‘where’s the marijuana?'” Defense Attorney Sean McAllister said. “…that’s a problem.
“I have many clients that tell me the first thing they get asked when they get pulled over in Kansas or Nebraska with Colorado plates is, ‘Where’s the marijuana?” said Sean McAllister,
“We need uniform rules, and law enforcement would be wise to develop those rules otherwise they will continue to be sued,” said Sean McAllister.
McAllister says that if marijuana is being grown openly and publicly, versus locked and enclosed, the law is not being followed and the grower forfeits the rights and protection of the constitutional marijuana laws.
Sean McAllister said “Profiling of people with Colorado license plates makes the problem look worse than it is.”