Adam Trenk In Cronkite News: Clearing Criminal Records With Passage Of Prop. 207

By Adianna Bermudez | Cronkite News PHOENIX – Arizona voters appeared poised to approve the legalization of recreational marijuana, with the Associated Press declaring the measure had passed Tuesday night. The measure also would allow certain marijuana offenders to seek to have their criminal records expunged. Proposition 207 would give adults 21 and older the right to possess an ounce of marijuana, …

Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group Partner, Cannabis Dept. Director, Talks To Arizona Republic About Impact Of Recreational Marijuana Approval

By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic Arizona’s ballot measure to legalize marijuana passed Tuesday with voters deciding to join 11 other states that have done so despite a conflict with federal law, according to The Associated Press. Proposition 207 would legalize possession of as much as an ounce of marijuana for adults 21 and older and set up a licensing …

Gilbert Will Ban Recreational Marijuana Sales If Arizona Voters Approve Proposition 207, With One ExceptionRose Law Group Partner, Cannabis Dept. Dir. Adam Trenk Stresses Legalization Upside

By Alison Steinbach | Arizona Republic If Arizona voters approve Proposition 207 on Nov. 3, recreational marijuana will still be illegal to buy or sell in Gilbert, with one exception. Gilbert’s only operating medical marijuana dispensary, Curaleaf, could get a license to sell recreational marijuana — cornering the market in the town of over 250,000 residents southeast of Phoenix. An …

Proposition 207: Rose Law Group Partner, Cannabis Dept. Director Adam Trenk Details Critical Differences Between Having Records ‘Expunged’ And ‘Set Aside.’

  By Adam Trenk, Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Cannabis, Hemp and Equine Law Departments Arizona is one of the few remaining states that does not allow for the possibility of expungement of criminal records under any circumstances. The Arizona legal system is therefore not authorized to permanently destroy any criminal record, regardless of how minor the offense. Instead, Arizona law …

Rose Law Group Partner, Cannabis Dept. Director Adam Trenk Guests On KFNX 1100AM

Submitted to Rose Law Group Reporter courtesy of KFNX By Rose Law Group Reporter Staff Rose Law Group Partner and Director of Cannabis, Equine departments Adam Trenk was on KFNX 1100 AM with Matt Battaglia to talk all aspects of the legal cannabis business in Arizona, including business expansion, dispensary zoning, investor interest and hemp farming. Liten to Adam’s interview from 3:50  – …

Cannabis biz proving resilient. Will more CRE Investors give it a chance? Rose Law Group Partner, Cannabis Dept. Director Adam Trenk comments.

By Patricia Kirk | National Real Estate Investor The cannabis industry is weathering the COVID-19 pandemic much better than expected and is even thriving in some states like California that declared cannabis sellers an “essential” business, reports Marijuana Business Daily. Tim McGraw, a cannabis real estate developer/owner who founded and serves as CEO of Canna-Hub, a firm that specializes in …

Recreational cannabis added to Arizona General Election ballots; Rose Law Group Partner and Cannabis Department Director Adam Trenk comments

By Zulekha Pitts | AZFamily Looks like Arizona voters will see recreational marijuana on the ballot in November. Secretary of State Katie Hobbs tweeted the news Monday night. Thanks to signatures submitted by Smart and Safe Arizona, a citizens initiative to legalize cannabis for adult use in the state, recreational marijuana will be on the ballot. “After review, the petition …

More on dispensary licensing under Smart and Safe Arizona Act, by RLG Partner and Cannabis Department Director Adam Trenk & law clerk Madelaine Bauer

By Adam Trenk and Madelaine Bauer | Rose Law Group After nearly a decade of flowering medical marijuana success, Arizona’s cannabis industry may reach a new high with the Smart & Safe Arizona Act (the “Act”). The Act is a ballot initiative that voters will weigh in on this coming November. If it passes, the legalization of recreational adult use of marijuana will come to fruition in …