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November 2013

Nov 2013
November 06, 2013

COA rules retroactive application of McQueen decision does not violate due process

In People v. Vansickle, the Michigan Court of Appeals affirmed the trial court’s conviction of a defendant who sold marijuana to undercover officers in the parking lot of a medical marijuana dispensary. The defendant, a medical marijuana cardholder, brought his surplus marijuana to a marijuana dispensary with the intent to transfer it to the dispensary. Instead, he offered to sell the surplus to undercover officers posing as medical marijuana cardholders in the dispensary’s waiting room

Nov 2013
November 01, 2013

COA rules that garnishee only has to assert a right of setoff, not exercise it, to deny the release of funds

In Ladd v. Motor City Plastics Co., the Michigan Court of Appeals concluded that it is sufficient for a garnishee to claim a right to a setoff to deny a release of funds to a garnishor. The garnishee need not actually exercise that right to setoff.

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