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August 17, 2019


A Jacksonville lawyer who insisted his clients could legally grow marijuana, only for them to later face numerous felony charges, must now pay them about $370,000 for his bad legal advice.

(Thanks to pharmaross)


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People nowadays seem to have forgotten Shakespeare's wonderful advice: "The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers."

Certainly this must be the greatest day in legal history. The client actually getting money instead of the lawyer.

Um, oops? Sorry, my bad, dude.

Maybe he misunderstood them and thought they were asking about Colorado instead of Florida? That would be my story and I'd definitely stick to it.

The good news is: the stress will probably qualify them for a medical weed prescription.

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