This article appears in the Oakland Press today:
Attorney Neil Rockind announced Monday that he, along with attorneys Colin Daniels and Paul Tylenda, have filed a lawsuit against the City of Royal Oak over an ordinance that prohibits patients from cultivating and growing their own medicinal marijuana.
Rockind and Tylenda represent a 46-year-old man named Christopher Frizzo, who has multiple sclerosis. “Frizzo, like other patients who have come to rely on the medicine to alleviate his suffering, wishes to have the opportunity to grow his own medicine,” reads a press release from Rockind’s office.
“Frizzo wants an Oakland County Circuit Judge to declare the Royal (Oak) ordinance unenforceable and void.”