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Everything you ever wanted to know about the law on marijuana and hemp

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Charles Feldmann, Esq., is an experienced criminal defense/corporate attorney who has focused his practice in assisting his medical marijuana business clients in planning, creating, and operating medical marijuana growing facilities and dispensaries.

He uses his past experience as a Marine Corps federal prosecutor, DEA Drug Task Force Project Director and Colorado State Prosecutor to assist his clients in establishing strict regulatory compliance protocols at both the state and federal level. His expertise has been instrumental to his medical marijuana clients staying 100% compliant with all of the evolving state rules and regulations and ensuring the legal operations of all of the client’s medical marijuana businesses.

Mr. Feldmann has worked with marijuana clients in Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, New York, Florida, Tennessee, Texas, Massachusetts, Hawaii, and California. His expertise has been sought out by various state legislative branches for new medical marijuana regulatory programs.

Mr. Feldmann was named 2007 Colorado Super Lawyer for being one of the top attorneys in Colorado. He was also appointed to the 2018-19 Steering Committee Member Appointment to the Cannabis Law and Policy Task Force.

Mr. Feldmann is a lecturer and instructor for the Department of Defense and previously worked with the National College of District Attorneys. Mr. Feldmann has taught prosecutors and defense counsel trial enhancement training and ethics at the Naval Justice School and was an adjunct professor at Colorado Mountain College in the areas of criminal and constitutional law.

Currently, Mr. Feldmann represents clients across the globe and defends clients internationally and throughout the United States in all branches of the Armed Forces.
Mr. Feldmann has extensive experience in representing federal and state law enforcement officers, police officers, sheriff’s deputies in criminal defense matters, and law enforcement employment-related matters.

Later Event: July 19