FERNDALE (WWJ) – Eight people associated with a medical-marijuana clinic in Ferndale have been ordered to stand trial on drug charges.

A judge in Ferndale found probable cause to believe laws were broken when marijuana was sold to undercover officers last August at a clinic called Clinical Relief.

The defendants from Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties are charged with conspiracy and manufacturing drugs.

The owner of Clinical Relief has said he was running a legitimate business where people with medical-marijuana cards could get pot and use it elsewhere. Authorities say that’s not legal.

Meanwhile, law enforcers say the law’s language is ambiguous and until its cleared up…they will continue to shut down dispensary’s.

Comments (3)
  1. Becky says:

    I thought people were able to bring thier pot home? If you got the card does it really matter as long as they are not selling it? The government could make lots of money from the taxes so why shut it down? this could help our national debt situation alot. I just dont get it, the government and law enforcment will never be happy

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