Felony = no caregiver status?

Discussion in 'Medical Marijuana Patients' started by epicseeds, Aug 26, 2010.

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    epicseeds

    epicseeds Active Member

    I know that in most, if not all states you can not qualify as a caregiver if you have a drug felony within the past 7 years. But say you were to get a felony drug offence in Cali and you moved to say Michigan or something. Does that felony follow you from state to state or not? I'm no lawyer but i'm thinking it will follow you because aren't felonies Federal or something?
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    epicseeds

    epicseeds Active Member

    somebody has got to know this! i guess i should have put this in the legal edge forum...didnt see that at first.
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    Cabron1

    Cabron1 Member

    Yes it's called LEIN/NCIS your record follows you nationwide...


    Law Enforcement Information Network....

    National Crime Information Center



    You have a file ,,it follows you...

    Show me where it says past 7 years... I'm under the impression any felony ever is grounds for denial..
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    Nugz209

    Nugz209 Member

    Cabrons right. Your record follows you no matter where you go in the U.S. Not sure about the caregiver status and the felonies though.
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    dam612

    dam612 Well-Known Member

    hahahaha duuhhh wouldnt u think every felon would just move away from their prosecuted state?
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    wyteberrywidow

    wyteberrywidow Global Staff Member

    I would think so.Start a new life somewhere else with a clean record.....Yeah right.
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    wyteberrywidow

    wyteberrywidow Global Staff Member

    You are better off being your own caregiver because it wont work out with a big f on your record.

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