I am a witness who has been federally subpoenaed to testify in a federal defendant's case, what do I do?

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If you are a possible witness in a federal medical marijuana case and are considering the possibility of not testifying, you should engage your own lawyer. Many possible witnesses employed this tactic in the second Ed Rosenthal case, and it was ultimately successful, as the case ended up being resolved for other reasons before most of the witnesses were forced to testify. In addition, you and the federal defendant should not, under any circumstances, communicate anything of substance about the case.

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