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Re: “BREAKING NEWS: iGrow/WeGrow Allegedly Doesn’t Pay Bills

I am a law student very interested in the emergence of MMJ and potential legalization. This heated thread is really unnecessary - law suits involve a process of discovery in which documentation is meticulously reviewed and anything relevant to each party's side of the case is brought to the Court's attention in order to substantiate their claims. Of course in Small Claims Court the two parties do this without attorneys present, regardless the Court requires logical evidence and in a lawsuit where money and bills are disputed there will most likely be a paper trail that tells the truth - I would simply suggest putting your energy into finding the dates of these proceedings and go sit in the audience - you will hear each side of the case, see the evidence and voila - you can make an informed decision of who is in the right - hopefully this offers a more peaceful solution? Isn't that what MMJ is all about?

Posted by Legalee on 02/28/2011 at 9:36 PM

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