Although reporter turned marijuana advocate Charlo Greene
launched into infamy a couple of years ago when she said “Fuck it, I quit”
during her final newscast on Alaska’s KTVA, very few people are aware that she
is currently at risk of being sent to prison for the next two decades for
“misconduct involving a controlled substance.”Greene could have avoided prosecution by properly incorporating which should cost a couple hundred dollars at most. Green was apparently too busy meeting with Snoop and Cheech to get a legal consultation and incorporate. State authorities explained: “The Alaska Cannabis Club is a sole proprietorship. It’s
owned by one person. So there’s not corporate liability.
“So that’s why you’ll notice the charging document is Charlene Egbe doing
business as Alaska Cannabis Club. They are essentially one and the same…”Choosing the right entity to form should be discussed with a business lawyer, not legal zoom or a criminal lawyer. You should consult with a lawyer who has at least 10 years experience in business law. Business law has a huge learning curve. It is difficult for criminal lawyers to easily transition into business law even if the criminal lawyer is a local celebrity. Unless you are a celebrity worshiper it makes no sense to pay inflated fees for untested legal advice. All you cannabis celebrities who think you're bullet proof are sadly mistaken. You are a target. Get your head out of the clouds and get some relevant legal advice, or your life may be fucked.
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