TURMEL: The Healthy to lose cars with Pot Road-side tests
JCT: You've heard that the body enjoys cannabis so much, it
keeps in the system as long as it can, 30 days.
So if you're healthy and you smoked within the last 30 days,
when you run into the required road-tests for dangerous
drunk drivers, you'll get swabbed, test positive, lose your
car and be prosecuted.
Thanks to Justin Trudeau trap, while they need to show you
blow over limit for alcohol even if you don't look drunk, if
you have a medical pot permit, the officer would have
testify you looked impaired. Easy to show about a drunk, but
not easy about someone high where the enhancement doesn't
add to the impression of impairment.
Only if being high is impaired. Only if the good feeling
from growing new brain cells constitutes impairment?
But still, Justin's Legalization has put in traps so healthy
people lose their licenses and their cars while keeping cops
on the job in the same old prohibition.
There is only way to fight back and that's through mass
action in the courts. Fortunately, I've found a way for
lots of people to say ouch, to participate in similar cases
by using similar forms. 350 in 2014, 270 now.
But if you look at all the forms at my http://johnturmel.com/kits page, you'll see that most claims
can be settled by fixing something in the exemption regime.
Except one that can't be fixed without repealing
1) Plaintiffs seeking damages for delays in processing their
want to be paid off.
2) High-dosage Plaintiff seeking to have a 30-day supply
like low dosers. Just strike the 150 gram cap and it's back
to 30 days.
3) Plaintiffs with permanent illnesses can get the 1-year
maximum prescription struck and only see the doctor every 10
years or so.
4) Plaintiff who want to grow for more licenses at one site
can get the 4-license limit struck and it's fixed.
All these little torts can be corrected. Only one cannot.
It's the one I filed first after the new Cannabis Act came
out. Before it, I needed to be sick to demand to use it for
After Oct 18, 2018, I didn't need to be sick to demand to
use it for medical purposes any more. Though having a
sickness makes for the better case, I still wanted it as a
healthy person who thinks it might prevent what it's good
for once you get it before you get it.
So here's the problem. No one but me has filed to strike
down the prohibitions over the right to use juice. And
I'm not even sick, the weakest of cases. And the Crown has
now made motion to strike my claim, the weakest of them all.
And it it's stuck, when you need to strike it, they'll claim
you can't any more though you can:: Turmel wasn't a lawyer,
Plus I made one error which I am correcting. All the other
kits properly identify the new Cannabis Act & Regulations
but the juice kit still had the CDSA Controlled Drugs and
Substances Act. So the Crown moved to strike my claim
because I put CDSA instead of CAR "Cannabis Act &
So I've changed the kit at http://insjuice.pdf to oppose the
CAD and not the CDSA. And now I have to ask the court to
allow me to amend my Statement of Claim to replace CDSA with
Judge Brown allowed Jeff to amend his old Statement of Claim
to match the hundreds of later improved ones. But I don't
have any of the later improved ones filed yet to match.
If I'm alone, it's easier to not allow me to amend my claim
and strike it. Gets rid of the really big and dangerous
issue. Aiming at the prohibitions in the way of juice
supply. Nothing they can fix except letting me buy it by the
bushel at a farmer's market and not by the gram at a Trudeau
Remember, the only thing we can do to end the prohibitions
is focus on the juice we have a right to possess that they
cannot supply without repealing all prohibitions and
legalizing farmers' markets.
So here's the Crown's Motion Record to strike my claim that
the prohibitions are impeding the supply of my juice.
Just want you to note how their move weakens as soon as
others file new kits to use juice within CDSA reference.
Especially people who have established medical need enough
to possess more than the 30 grams I'm allowed to possess.
Good chance Brown will allow me to amend to those of the
latest plaintiffs like he did for Jeff.
I hope to parse the written representations but would wonder
what they're going to say to legitimate patients who can't
get juice either.
So http://insjuice.pdf kits costs $2 to demand no impediment
to the juice you have a right to and what a trophy on your
wall in just a few years.
But as healthy people start losing their cars and licenses,
there just may be more people willing to challenge the
prohibitions as the only way to end the worst of Justin