As a medical marijuana license holder, you have the ability to meet the needs of your community in a unique way. To obtain your license, you must complete the proper application and provide all the documentation to the Department of Consumer Protection. You must also have an active pharmacist license.
When Your License is on the Line
Once your license has been approved, you are required to renew your license every year. The Department of Consumer Protection will monitor your license and has the authority to revoke any license if necessary. Some reasons a license may be revoked are:
Providing to any non-authorized patrons. Only medical marijuana card holders are able to purchase products from your establishment.
Fraudulent application. All applicants must apply using their own information. Attempting to use another’s information to obtain a license will result in a revoked license.
Criminal convictions. Any state or federal criminal convictions could result in a revoked license.
Call Us – We Wrote the Book on License Defense
Having a medical marijuana license allows you to provide for your community in a unique way. It is important to follow all regulations for the health and safety of your community. If you believe you are in jeopardy of losing your license, please contact our office to speak with a Bridgeport medical marijuana license defense attorney today!