DFW NORML’s November Meeting & Officer Elections

Posted on: November 20, 2014

Calling all DFW NORML members! On Saturday November 29th our organization is holding our November Meeting and Officer Re-Elections and we need ALL OF OUR MEMBERS to cast their vote. Why? Because we attempted to hold our officer elections last month and failed to meet quorum, which means we did not have enough active members […]

David Sloane Interviewed on Fox 4 DFW About Marijuana Legalization

Posted on: February 28, 2014

In case you missed it this morning, DFW NORLM’s Public Information Officer and criminal defense attorney David Sloane had a 4 minute segment on Fox 4 News, discussing marijuana legalization! Can you imagine how quickly we’d be able to impact a change in Texas marijuana policy if the media continues to show us love like […]

Texas Effectively Does Away with “Confidential Informants”

Posted on: January 21, 2014

Texas Effectively Does Away with “Confidential Informants” The Constitutional Right to face one’s accuser has gradually faded over the years with a number of exceptions carved away by the courts. One has been the “Confidential Informant” exception. Until now all the police had to say was they had a “confidential and reliable informant that had […]

Drugged Driving

Posted on: November 20, 2012

Drugged Driving: A New Arrow in the Government’s Quiver Against Cannabis Consumers Smoked or ingested Cannabis lately? States are starting to charge those with ANY detectable amounts of cannabinoids in their system with DWI/DUI. As we all know, these detectable amounts remain up to 30 days in your system. Ten states (Arizona, Delaware, Georgia, Indiana, […]

The Case of Bosko the Police Super-Dog

Posted on: October 22, 2012

Occasionally, I run across an appellate case where the court’s blind acceptance of the Police account of events surrounding a Marijuana arrest is astounding, even for me. This one comes Carrolton, Texas. (A suburb of Dallas.) In $27,877.00 CURRENT MONEY of the UNITED STATES, v. The STATE of Texas, an asset forfeiture case, the Carrolton […]

College Student Opts to Let Jury Decide

Posted on: October 17, 2012

DENTON, TEXAS – A Denton college student has elected to take his chances with a jury following his arrest for Possession of Marijuana under 2-ounces. Possession of Marijuana in Texas is a Class B-misdemeanor punishable by up to 6 months in jail and up to a $2,000.00 fine. On July 13, 2012, Zachariah Walker, 25, […]