Last modified: July 11, 2012 5:56pm CDT
Preliminary Hearing Trial Transcript
February 18, 2004 - page 26
1 Specifically, the use of marijuana for medical purposes.
2 And subsection (b), sub (1), sub (b) "to insure
3 that patients and their primary earegivers who obtain and
4 use marijuana for medical purposes upon the recommendation
5 of a physician are not subject to criminal prosecution or
7 THE COURT: Defense rests?
8 MR. ADAMS: Your Honor, I have the code section
9 right here if you want to see it.
10 THE COURT: Let me take a look at it.
11 MR. Adams: Health and Safety Code Section 11362.77
12 that was what was referred as SB 420 by the defendant sets
13 limits on how much you can have.
14 I believe it is six mature, 12 immature. The
15 deputy testified he testified that he saw at least eight
16 to 10 mature and also a total of 20. And also -
17 THE COURT: What is the code section?
18 MR. ADAMS: 11362.77. It is actually not in the blue
19 book. I am reading it from an MCLE handout
20 THE COURT: What are the limits that are proposed?
21 MR. ADAMS: Eight ounces of dried herb, six mature or
22 12 immature.
23 MR. SASNETT: Your Honor, excuse me for interrupting,
24 Mr. Adams.
25 Could I inquire as to the effective dates of
26 that legislation?
27 MR. ADAMS: I thought the effective date was signed
28 into law on October, 2003.