In order to obtain a Medical Marijuana Dispensary License, you must have an active pharmacist license issued by the Department of Consumer Protection, complete the proper applications, and provide documentation to the Department of Consumer Protection. This department may request additional information, and you must provide any and all documentation requested.
You Could Lose Your License
Once you have a medical marijuana license, your license must be renewed annually. The Department of Consumer Protection may revoke your license at any time if they deem necessary. A few reasons a license may be revoked are:
False or fraudulent information in application. It is important that all the information you provide on your application is correct and honest. Otherwise, your application may be denied or revoked.
Any criminal convictions. Whether federal or state charges, conviction will result in a revoked license.
Failure to maintain effective controls against theft or loss. It is important that proper precautions are taken to make sure all products are sold to licensed medical marijuana card holders and do not end up with unauthorized individuals.
Attorney Mancini Can Defend Your Livelihood – Call Us
Working in the medical marijuana field is an important occupation. A lot of responsibility is required, and any violations could lead to a revoked license. If you have been contacted by the Department of Consumer Protections regarding actions taken against your license, please contact our office to talk to a Hartford medical marijuana license defense attorney.