Are you looking for the best Tulsa medical marijuana attorney? For a free initial consultation, call the Cale Law Office at 918-277-4800. Speak to attorney Stephen Cale. He is a member of the Legal Committee for the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML). Plus, he has been serving people with their legal needs for 20 years.

“Medical Marijuana Product” means a product that contains cannabinoids that have been extracted from plant material or the resin therefrom by physical or chemical means and is intended for administration to a qualified patient, including but not limited to oils, tinctures, edibles, pills, topical forms, gels, creams, forms medically appropriate for administration by vaporization or a nebulizer, patches, tinctures, and liquids excluding live plant forms.
“Medical Marijuana Waste” means unused, surplus, returned or out-of- date marijuana; recalled marijuana; unused marijuana; plant debris of the plant of the genus cannabis, including dead plants and all unused plant parts and roots; and any wastewater generated during growing and processing.
“Mother Plant” means a marijuana plant that is grown or maintained for the purpose of generating clones, and that will not be used to produce plant material for sale to a processor or dispensary.
“Oklahoma Resident (“Resident”)” means an individual who resides in the State of Oklahoma and can provide proof of residency as required by 63 O.S. § 420 et seq. and OAC 310:681-1-6.
“Out-of-State Medical Marijuana Patient License” means an unexpired medical marijuana patient license issued by another U.S. state, which is the substantial equivalent of the Oklahoma medical marijuana patient license issued pursuant to OAC 310:681-2-1 and 310:681-2-2.
“Package” or “Packaging” means any container or wrapper that a grower or processer may use for enclosing or containing medical marijuana.
“Packager” means a processer as defined in this Chapter. Packager is a term used in Title 63 O.S. § 422(C), relating to processors.
“Patient” or “Qualified patient” means a person that has been properly issued a medical marijuana license pursuant to Title 63 O.S. § 420 et seq. and these rules.
“Physician” means a doctor of medicine or a doctor of osteopathic medicine who holds a valid, unrestricted and existing license to practice in the State of Oklahoma and meets the definition of “board certified” under rules established by either the Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure or the Oklahoma Board of Osteopathic Examiners.
“Plant Material” means the leaves, stems, buds, and flowers of the marijuana plant, and does not include seedlings, seeds, clones, stalks, or roots of the plant or the weight of any non-marijuana ingredients combined with marijuana.
“Private School” means an elementary, middle, or high school maintained by private individuals, religious organizations, or corporations, funded, at least in part, by fees or tuition, and open only to pupils selected and admitted based on religious affiliations or other particular qualifications.
“Processor” means an entity that has been licensed by the Department pursuant to Title 63 O.S. § 423, which allows the entity to: purchase marijuana from a commercial grower; prepare, manufacture, process, package, sell to, and deliver medical marijuana products to a dispensary licensee or other processor licensee; and may manufacture marijuana received from a qualified patient into a medical marijuana concentrate, for a fee.

“Public School” means an elementary, middle, or high school established under state law, regulated by the local state authorities in the various political subdivisions, funded and maintained by public taxation, and open and free to all children of the particular district where the school is located.
“Retailer” means a dispensary. Retailer is used in Title 63 O.S. § 420 et seq., as it relates to dispensaries.
“Revocation” means the Department’s final decision that any license issued pursuant to this Chapter is rescinded because the individual or entity does not comply with the applicable requirements in this Chapter.
“Rules” means, unless otherwise indicated, the rules as adopted and set forth in OAC 310:681.
“Seedling” means a marijuana plant that has no flowers. “State Question” means Oklahoma State Question No. 788 and Initiative Petition Number 412.
310:681-1-5. Criminal history screening (a) Parties subject to screening. Prior to issuance of any dispensary, grower, processor, transportation, or researcher license authorized by this Chapter, the following shall undergo an Oklahoma state criminal history background check within thirty (30) days prior to the application for the license:
(1) Individual applicants applying on their own behalf; (2) All owners of any applicant for a dispensary, grower, processor, or transportation licenses; and (3) For research license applicants, all principal investigators involved in the research project. (b) OBNDD Registration. Any dispensary, grower, processor, or researcher issued a license authorized by this Chapter, is required to obtain an Oklahoma State Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control (“OBNDD”) registration prior to possessing or handling any marijuana or marijuana product pursuant to 63 O.S. §§ 2-302 & 2-303, 63 O.S. § 2-101, and OAC 475:10-1-10. (c) Fees. All applicable fees charged by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation vendor or OBNDD are the responsibility of the applicant.

There is a residency requirement for people and business entities applying for medical marijuana licenses, said Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale.

310:681-1-6. Proof of residency
Sufficient documentation of proof of residency shall include one of the following:
(1) An unexpired Oklahoma issued driver’s license; (2) An Oklahoma Identification Card; (3) An Oklahoma voter identification card; (4) A utility bill for the calendar month preceding the date of application, excluding cellular telephone and internet bills; (5) A residential property deed to property in the State of Oklahoma; (6) A current rental agreement for residential property located in the State of Oklahoma; or (7) Other documentation that the Department deems sufficient to establish residency.
310:681-1-7. Proof of identity
Applicants shall establish their identity through submission of a color copy or digital image of one of the following unexpired documents:
(1) Front and back of an Oklahoma Driver’s License; (2) Front and back of an Oklahoma Identification Card; (3) A United States Passport or other photo identification issued by the United States government; (4) Certified copy of the applicant’s birth certificate for applicants who do not possess a document listed in paragraph (1), (2), or (3) of this Section; or (5) A tribal identification card approved for identification purposes by the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety.

310:681-1-8. Applicant photograph
The digital photograph to be submitted with an application shall: (1) Be a clear, color photograph of the head and top of the shoulders; (2) Be an image file in a .jpg, .png or .gif digital image format no larger than 3 MB in size; (3) Be in one of the following approved formats:
(A) A scanned photograph shall be scanned at a resolution of 300 pixels per inch from a 2 x 2 inch image with dimensions in a square aspect ratio (the height must be equal to the width). (B) A captured image must have minimum acceptable pixel dimensions of 600 x 600 pixels and maximum acceptable pixel dimensions of 1200 x 1200 pixels. (4) Be taken within the last six (6) months to reflect the applicant’s appearance; (5) Be taken in front of a plain white or off-white background; (6) Be taken in full-face view directly facing the camera at eye level with nothing obscuring the face, such as a hat or eyewear:
(A) If a hat or head covering is worn for religious purposes, submit a signed statement that verifies the hat or head covering in the photo is part of recognized, traditional religious attire that is customarily or required to be worn continuously in public. (B) If a hat or head covering is worn for medical purposes, submit a signed doctor’s statement verifying the hat or head covering in the photo is used daily for medical purposes. (C) The applicant’s full face must be visible and your hat or head covering cannot obscure your hairline or cast shadows on your face. (7) Be taken with a neutral facial expression (preferred) or a natural smile with the mouth closed, and with both eyes open; (8) Not be digitally enhanced or altered to change the appearance in any way; and (9) Sufficiently resemble the photograph included in any identification provided for proof of identity or residence.

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. 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.

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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