OKLAHOMA MEDICAL MARIJUANA LAW | CALE LAW OFFICE
MEDICAL MARIJUANA LICENSE CONSULTING, COMPLIANCE AUDITING, AND LEGAL REPRESENTATION
People endeavoring into the medical marijuana business in Oklahoma are like pioneers on a new frontier.
But the road through this new territory can be treacherous if you don’t have somebody to help navigate you through the legal landscape.
Marijuana laws and regulations are complex. Plus, cities, towns, and state agencies oftentimes pass ordinances and regulations that exceed their lawful authority.
So, if you are getting into the medical marijuana business, AND you want to stay in it, then it’s important to hire Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale to guide and defend you.
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LICENSE APPLICATION RENEWAL, CONSULTING
AND LEGAL REPRESENTATION FOR:
• Patient License
• Caregiver License
• Transportation License
• Grower License
• Processor License
• Research License
You’ve invested so much. So, take a proactive approach to your medical marijuana business. State law and regulations permit the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority to conduct on-site inspections and auditing of medical marijuana businesses. Non-compliance can mean fines or a loss of license.
Stay ahead of the game and ensure your compliance with regulators by letting us conduct audits. We’ll do an assessment and make a report to you outlining whether you are in compliance, short-comings, and areas that need improvement.
PREPARATION AND REPRESENTATION BEFORE LOCAL AND STATE COURTS, AGENCIES, BOARDS, AND COUNCILS
REPRESENTATION AND APPEAL OF AGENCY ACTIONS, SUCH AS LICENSING DENIALS AND FINES
BENEFIT FROM THE RIGHT CHOICE
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.
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.
Call the Cale Law Office at 918-277-4800 for your free initial consultation and for more information. Or, contact us via the web.
Tulsa medical marijuana attorney Stephen Cale serves clients throughout Oklahoma and Northeastern Oklahoma, including Tulsa County, Jenks, Glenpool, Bixby, Collinsville, Owasso, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, Rogers County, Catoosa, Claremore, Mayes County, Adair, Chouteau, Disney, Grand Lake, Langley, Locust Grove, Pensacola, Salina, Spavinaw, Wagoner County, Coweta, Muskogee County, Webbers Falls, Okmulgee County, Pawnee County, Keystone Lake, Osage County, Pawhuska, Hominy, Nowata County, Coffeyville, Craig County, Vinita, Big Cabin, Washington County, Bartlesville, Copan, and Dewey.