Feds vs. Meds
by Dean Kuipers
, LA City Beat (cover article)
December 10th, 2004
A little-known law may finally challenge the feds’ 30-year stall in recognizing medical marijuana. But it also raises a big question: Who decides what is medicine?
ASA takes on Michael Teague's case
In an effort to fight for Michael Teague's release from federal prison, a motion for bail pending appeal was filed by ASA on October 2, 2004 in the 9th Circuit.
Activists show support for convicted pot grower
The Orange County Register
July 16th, 2003
About 20 medical marijuana activists attended a federal court hearing in Santa Ana on Monday in the case of an Anaheim Hills man convicted of growing more than 100 marijuana plants.
Sentencing Today for Orange County Man Guilty of Aspirin Allergy
July 14th, 2003
Five years in federal prison may be the result today of a plea bargain an Orange County man was forced to take after being advised he’d be unable to present evidence in court of either the back injury which has left him with chronic pain or the life-threatening reactions to conventional pain killers which caused his doctor to recommend medical marijuana.
Teague Medical MJ Case Heads Towards Appeal
by Dale Gieringer
February 11th, 2003
ORANGE COUNTY - The case of Prop 215 patient Michael Teague, who was charged with a federal gun violation as well as marijuana cultivation after his case was dismissed in state court, was steered towards the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals at hearings by US District Court David O. Carter last Friday, Feb. 7.