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Know Your Rights

Do you have an arrest plan? Do you know felony weight limits? Are you carrying stems and seeds when you travel? As long as cannabis is prohibited, someone will be breaking the law when they use it. If it isn't legal for you to use cannabis, know your rights before you light up.

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Making Your Attorney Work For You

If you are seeking an attorney, you are already in an unusual situation.  The legal profession has specialists just like the medical field.  It is important that you understand the nature of the problem in order to find the right representation.  Always remember your attorney works for you.  Once you determine the specialty you need, don’t be afraid to interview attorneys.

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Get Involved

There are all sorts of ways to engage in the fight to end prohibition. We work through committees, provide our supporters and members helpful guidance on making the most of their volunteer time and talents. If you are not a member of Florida CAN, consider joining now. Members can chair committees, serve on our Board and give guidance to our strategies. Learn more about our Committees here. Just want to meet some folks and have some fun - click here to volunteer

Legal Support

Don't Plead Guilty Yet!

If you or a loved one was recently arrested or given a citation for cannabis, don't plead guilty yet. One of the ways to change cannabis laws is through the courts. Just because an officer found cannabis does not mean your only option is to plead guilty. Call our office to discuss the circumstances of your case with one of our skilled legal support coordinators. 321-253-3673 - better still know your rights before you light up!

Florida-Specific Tips

Florida Cannabis Action network Advisor Michael Minardi educates Floridiansto exercise their rights. The following playlist consists of three important videos:

  • Part 1 of 2 of Michael Minardi sharing his insights.
  • Part 2 of 2 of Michael Minardi sharing his insights.
  • Busted: What to do when pulled over (Start here, if you're unfamiliar with your rights)