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medical marijuana, Illinois law, Rolling Meadows criminal defense lawyerA few months ago, a post on this blog discussed a bill that had been sent to Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner that would have extended the state’s medical marijuana program. At the time, the governor had given no indication as to which way he would decide, but in the weeks and months since, his decision has left proponents of measure unsatisfied.

Hopeful Progress

Despite taking effect in January of 2014, the Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Pilot Program Act still has yet to provide a single patient with legally grown and distributed medical marijuana. It has now been nearly two years and only the registration process is fully underway. In the last few weeks, cultivation centers have announced that harvesting of the first legal crops has begun, and that medical marijuana products should be reaching dispensary shelves soon. Meanwhile, some 3,000 qualified, registered patients continue to wait.

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Illegal drug charges in DuPage County, Illinois. DuPage County drug offense attorney Matthew R. Gebhardt discusses what options you may have in court.

If you have been arrested for a drug crime in DuPage County, Illinois, you have rights. It’s important that you have a skilled and experienced criminal law attorney to fight for those rights. At the Law Offices of Matthew R. Gebhardt, P.C., we are experienced in defending clients charged with drug offenses. A former prosecutor, Attorney Matthew R. Gebhardt understands how prosecutors build their cases. We know how to identify weaknesses in the prosecution’s case and how to use those weaknesses to effectively advocate for our clients.

Our firm specializes in DuPage County, Illinois drug offense cases like yours. You have many options at your disposal and do not have to settle for a conviction on your record. Cases of this type have many defenses and can often be defeated through evidentiary motions or trial.

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