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Sarah Silverman Shows Off Marijuana E-cig at Emmys

by Salvatore P. Ciulla on December 2, 2014 · 0 comments

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Sarah Silverman wowed the red carpet at the Emmys this year—but not because of who she was wearing.

 

Silverman showed off her marijuana e-cig to a reporter on the red carpet, explaining how the marijuana oil vaporizer enables the user to smoke with very little actual smoke and none of the skunky weed smell.

 

The maker of the J-Pen, Vaporous Technologies based out of Los Angeles, says that with their vaporizer, medical marijuana users don’t have to hide from the public, and that the vapor is easier on the lungs than smoke. A typical cartridge, which is about three joints’ worth of marijuana, costs about $60.

 

Part of the draw of vaporizer pens lies in their discretion. Even though medical marijuana is legal in California and 13 other states, federal law still enables police officers to conduct searches of “reasonable suspicion” on anyone in possession of any kind of drug paraphernalia, including marijuana. Its so pervasive, medical marijuana advocacy groups have issued guidelines for medical marijuana patients advising them not to be seen smoking in public and to keep any paraphernalia hidden in their private homes or vehicles in order to avoid search and arrest by police.

 

In California, a medical marijuana ID card is supposed to prevent arrest solely for possession of medical marijuana.

 

The Law Office of Salvatore Ciulla located in Orange County, California, represents individuals accused of murder and manslaughter, aggravated assault, burglary, theft and embezzlement, child abuse and domestic violence, narcotics possession and sales, drunk driving (DUI) and vehicular homicide, sexual assault and three strikes cases. We also take Juvenile Court cases and all misdemeanor offenses.

 

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