Berry Law attorney Seth Morris was recently mentioned in a High Times article titled, “Does Cannabis Have a Shot at Being Federally Legalized?” The article focuses on the MORE Act and its potential.
High Times is one of the leading magazines in the US that covers marijuana and CBD products. In this article, High Times looks at the MORE (Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement) Act. The goal of the MORE Act is to expunge low-level drug crimes related to marijuana and create equity programs in support of those affected by the War on Drugs.
Berry Law attorney Seth Morris explained the direction lawmakers are moving, and how the MORE Act is a step in that direction. Morris explained the rationale, chalking the decision up to a rights issue. “Removing cannabis from the federal Controlled Substances Act treats marijuana like alcohol, and leaves it up to the states and federal territories to determine whether or not they want this substance to be legal.”
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Seth Morris is a dedicated criminal defense attorney who defends clients facing criminal charges at the State and Federal level. Due to the everchanging cannabis laws in both the United States and the state of Nebraska, Seth has spent a lot of time focusing on the marijuana laws within the state.
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