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Sat Jun 16, 2012, 01:31 PM

(Follow Up) Medical marijuana dispensary president Sandusky remains in custody, Upland California

The DEA has made this personal..
Its not about the law anymore..
Its about Strong Arm Power..
The DEA has made it very clear..
It does not care about anything except Shutting down Cannabis at every avenue in California..
Both the movement to legalize to Patients access...
If anyone gets in this governments way???
This Government will take you out permanently and make sure you are so broke, you have nothing to fight back while you sit in Jail with no bail....



RIVERSIDE - The president of a medical marijuana dispensary with sites in Upland, Colton and Moreno Valley and his brother will remain in custody over the weekend after appearing in U.S. District Court on Friday.

Prosecutors sought to keep Rancho Cucamonga residents Aaron Sandusky, 41, president of G3 Holistic, and Keith Alan Sandusky, 44, from receiving bail.

"We appealed setting of bond and obtained stays ... meaning the Sanduskys will stay in jail until a district judge reviews the setting of bond," said Thom Mrozek, a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Los Angeles

http://www.dailybulletin.com/ci_20867805/medical-marijuana-dispensary-president-sandusky-remains-custody?source=most_viewed.

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Reply (Follow Up) Medical marijuana dispensary president Sandusky remains in custody, Upland California (Original post)
DreamSmoker Jun 2012 OP
Trillo Jun 2012 #1
DreamSmoker Jun 2012 #3
BLinder Jun 2012 #4
ladjf Jun 2012 #2

Response to DreamSmoker (Original post)

Sat Jun 16, 2012, 02:56 PM

1. Will they be able to present their medical-marijuana cards in court? n/t

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Response to Trillo (Reply #1)

Sat Jun 16, 2012, 08:37 PM

3. Felony charges means No Medical defense

When a felony charge is made... Even a Doctors Rec will not apply as a defense period in any State in America..
This has been a tactic used by Judges to Local Law Enforcement to silence and put Cannabis users away for good.. Along with the forfeitures of Cash and Property seized..
If you have no access to any Money , Assets or any Collateral that will be excepted by a Bail Bondman.. You sit in Jail until Trial..
Then time suddenly slows to a crawl by design for your next Court date..
So your in Jail while the government breaks you in every way before even a trial...


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Response to DreamSmoker (Reply #3)

Mon Jun 18, 2012, 03:59 PM

4. Medical marijuana is no defense to federal charges

"Federal" = no medical defense. In state court, even if charged with a felony a medical recommendation is accepted evidence/defense. And, in federal court, they do not use traditional "Bail Bondsmen." Generally, the federal government looks at two issues when determining pre-trial release; 1) flight risk, and 2) whether the arestee is a danger to the community. Some defendants are released O.R. Some are released O.R but are required to sign and agreement (usually along with a co-signer) that if they fail to make a scheduled appearance in court they "owe the US Government (fill-in)" amount of money. Sometimes they ask for someone to put up real property as collateral. There are usually a couple of pages of "Pre-Trial Release Conditions" which they must agree to/comply with, as well. In cases where the federal government claims "drug trafficking," or drug based conspiracy charges, the court will not accept a co-signer who is suspected of involvement or property as collateral which is owned by the defendant or a co-defendant.

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Response to DreamSmoker (Original post)

Sat Jun 16, 2012, 03:17 PM

2. What does the Gvt think they are accomplishing by this harassing

behavior? nt

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