Arizona Supreme Court ruling eases DUI convictions for medical pot users; Ryan Hurley, Chairman of Rose Law Group Medical Marijuana Department tells Phoenix Business Journal, “now medical marijuana patients don’t have to be afraid every time they get in their car”

Arizona’s medical marijuana cardholders breathed a big sigh of relief today when the Arizona Supreme Court ruled that they can’t be convicted of a DUI unless they are impaired. “Now medical marijuana patients don’t have to be afraid every time they get in their car,” said Ryan Hurley, an attorney with Rose Law Group, who represents numerous medical marijuana patients …

Rose Law Group Partner, Ryan Hurley, chairs State Bar of Arizona CLE – Evolving Positions on Cannabis Law

Evolving Positions on Cannabis Law Thursday, April 3, 2014 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Participants learn proposed changes in federal policy and state law related to cannabis and medical cannabis. Learn to identify various opportunities for lawyers to positively contribute to this changing landscape. TOPICS INCLUDE: An update on medical marijuana from both business and legal perspective Current efforts to reform …

Tranzbyte hires Rose Law Group Partner Ryan Hurley as Counsel for Cannabis Sector

eTeligis Tranzbyte Hires Rose Law Group’s Ryan Hurley as Counsel for Cannabis Sector Tranzbyte Corporation (OTC Pink: ERBB) (PINKSHEETS: ERBB) (http://www.bloomberg.com/quote/ERBB:US) announced today that with the release of its updated website later this month, it will also be unifying all aspects of what has been the Altitude Organix division under the new American Green™ brand. The first product to carry …

HOA ban against use of medical marijuana in back yard an intrusion on property rights, Ryan Hurley, Director of Rose Law Group Medical Marijuana Department, tells KTVK 3 [VIDEO] and ‘The Republic’

By Tanya Mendis When it comes to medical marijuana, one valley HOA is saying “not in my backyard!” A Chandler HOA is banning pot from everyone’s property, whether they have a prescription or not. Some homeowners say they disagree with the restrictions. “It’s just ridiculous,” says Mike Willis, Carrillo Ranch homeowner. “What’s next?” Willis says his homeowner’s association is trespassing …