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When you’re running your Oklahoma medical marijuana business, you want the top Tulsa medical marijuana attorney. Call Stephen Cale the Cale Law Office at 918-277-4800. Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale is a Legal Committee member of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML). He’s not new to cannabis law or the industry. He consistently stays abreast of the complex area of marijuana regulations and laws.
He has been serving people with legal needs for 20 years. So, you’ll be getting a Tulsa medical marijuana attorney with EXPERIENCE. Contact the Cale law office for your licensing, compliance, and legal representation needs.
Business records, such as manual or computerized records of assets and liabilities, monetary transactions, journals, ledgers, and supporting documents, including agreements, checks, invoices, and vouchers; Documentation of every instance in which medical marijuana was sold, which shall include:
(A) The identification number associated with the receiving license; and (B) The quantity and type of medical marijuana sold; (3) Documentation of every instance in which marijuana was purchased, which shall include, according to the top Tulsa medical marijuana attorney:
(A) The license number of the selling entity; and (B) The quantity and type of medical marijuana purchased. (4) If researcher, documentation of every instance in which medical marijuana was used for research, including the quantity and type of medical marijuana used. (c) Inventory. Each commercial licensee shall obtain and maintain an electronic inventory management system.
Top Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale said that the system should do the following:
(1) Documents the chain of custody of all medical marijuana and medical marijuana products; (2) Establishes ongoing inventory controls and procedures for the conduct of inventory reviews and comprehensive inventories of medical marijuana and medical marijuana products for traceability which shall enable the licensee to detect any diversion, theft, or loss in a timely manner; (3) Identifies and tracks a licensee’s stock of medical marijuana and medical marijuana products from the time the medical marijuana is propagated at the time it is sold to a patient or caregiver; (4) In event of a serious adverse event or recall, is capable of tracking medical marijuana or medical marijuana product from a patient back to the source of the medical marijuana or medical marijuana product; and (5) Tracks medical marijuana using an assigned batch number and bar code. The top Tulsa medical marijuana attorney can also assist you with compliance matters to make sure that you survive an audit. The Department may perform on-site audits of all commercial licensees to ensure the accuracy of the monthly reports. Refusal to permit the Department entry or refusal to permit the Department to inspect all books and records shall constitute grounds for the nonrenewal, suspension, or revocation of a license.
(1) The Department may review any and all records of a commercial licensee and may require and conduct interviews with such persons or entities and persons affiliated with such licensees, for the purpose of determining compliance with Department rules and applicable laws. (2) All commercial licensees shall provide the Department access to any material and information necessary in a reasonable amount of time not to exceed fifteen (15) days for determining compliance with these rules. (3) If the Department identifies a violation of Title 63 O.S. § 420 et seq. or these rules during an inspection of the commercial licensee, the Department shall provide a written notice of violation to the commercial licensee that includes the rule or statute violated. (4) If the Department receives a complaint concerning a research license holder’s noncompliance with these rules, the Department may conduct additional unannounced, on-site audits. The Department shall refer all complaints alleging criminal activity that are made against a commercial licensee to appropriate Oklahoma state or local law enforcement authorities. (5) If the Department discovers what it reasonably believes to be criminal activity during an audit, the Department shall refer the matter to appropriate Oklahoma state or local law enforcement authorities for further investigation.
Penalties (a) Failure to file timely reports. If a commercial licensee wholly fails to submit a required monthly report and fails to correct such deficiency within 30 days of the Department’s written notice, the license shall be revoked subject to Subsection (d). (b) Inaccurate reports. Within any two (2) year period of time, if the Department makes a finding the licensee has submitted one (1) or more reports containing gross errors that cannot reasonably be attributed to normal human error, the following penalties shall be imposed:
(1) First finding of inaccurate report(s): Five thousand dollar ($5,000.000) fine. If said fine is not paid to the Department within thirty (30) calendar days of licensee receiving notice of the fine, the license shall be revoked. (2) Any additional finding by the Department of inaccurate report(s): Revocation of license. (c) Unlawful purchase and sale. Within any two year period of time, if the Department makes a finding that the licensee has made an unlawful purchase or sale of medical marijuana, the following penalties shall be imposed:
(1) First finding of unlawful purchase(s) or sale(s): Five thousand dollar ($5,000.000) fine. If said fine is not paid to the Department within thirty (30) calendar days after licensee receives notice of the fine, the license shall be revoked. (2) Any additional finding by the Department of unlawful purchase(s) or sale(s): Revocation of license. (d) Right to hearing. The Department shall notify the licensee in writing of the Department’s intent to take remedial action, to impose a fine, or to take action against the license issued; and of the rights of the licensee under this Section, including the right to a hearing.
Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale has a passion for medical marijuana causes. He understands how people benefit from cannabis and wants to help them and marijuana businesses. Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale has certification in marijuana horticulture. So, he is knowledgeable about the cannabis growing industry.
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