Medical Marijuana At Center Of Custody Case Between Parents And The State
DETROIT (97.1 THE TICKET) – We brought this up when it first came to light. The custody battle now heads to court on Monday. They use medical marijuana for his epilepsy and her MS. What do you think?
The parents started a website called Free Baby Bree …
Wow! We had our Celebration for the case being dropped out of Oakland County paired with the fundraiser to raise money for expert testimony at the Bree Trial.
We couldn’t have been so successful without the contributions from several sponsors in the community. Bryan Rice cooked us some amazing barbeque pulled pork and chicken for sandwiches. Everyone loved the magical food! Rick Thompson was the Emcee who really livened the crowd! Great job everyone!
We started the afternoon with DJ Trivia all about Marijuana. The questions were a little tricky and designed to help people learn some facts about cannabis. Everyone had a lot of fun the prizes were awesome. Our Comedienne Lisa Semerad had several people in stitches with her crude humor. Then we ended the party with a series of speakers. Joshua Covert, David Rudoi, Gersh Avery, Robin Schneider, and the Green’s all spoke about the importance of this case in Michigan and how the state has violated the law and how we will fight to get Bree back home.
We were able to raise just enough money to pay for 2 expert witnesses. They will both be instrumental in educating the public to the safety of marijuana and breaking the stigma of cannabis as medicine. I think they will help the overall culture of marijuana in Michigan when it comes to parenting and children, and could even prove to be significant nationwide. I am very hopeful for the outcome of the trial with these experts coming.
Now we just need to pray for clarity of the jurors.
On Oct. 5 … By Mommy posted this message:
Our criminal charges have been dropped!!!
After the prosecutor finally had a chance to review medical records and talk to Steve’s doctor, he made the decision to drop all charges saying that he was not interested in pursuing prosecutions on genuine patients who legitimately use cannabis for treatment.