Discover Representative Cases from Corry & Associates…
2007, Damien LaGoy v. Governor Bill Ritter (Mr. Corry assembled and led a team of attorneys who sued and struck down Colorado’s previous “five patient limit” for caregivers, thus ushering in the modern dispensary industry, State was ordered to pay plaintiffs’ attorney fees).
2009, Colorado Board of Health (Mr. Corry provided and helped coordinate testimony before Board of Health to defeat proposed five-patient and other limits on activities of primary caregivers, result were regulations further expanding and opening up dispensary industry)
2010, In re Marriage of Parr, 240 P.3d 509 (Colo. App. 2010) (Mr. Corry represented a medical marijuana patient/father on appeal after the District Court had taken away his parenting time for using medical marijuana; Court of Appeals reversed and reunited father and daughter).
2010, Damien LaGoy v. Ritter II (Mr. Corry re-filed litigation and successfully enforced court-adopted settlement agreement in LaGoy I case, preventing State of Colorado from enforcing illegal regulations limiting caregiver activities).
2010, Frasher v. City of Centennial (Mr. Corry assembled and led legal team challenging and striking down local municipality’s prohibition of medical marijuana, preliminary injunction granted in favor of dispensary).
2003, People v. Kevin Gaugler (jury trial verdict of “Not Guilty” on all six criminal counts of “Animal Cruelty” for organic free range rancher and horse breeder).
2004, Dana K. May v. City of Aurora (obtained seized Medical Marijuana back from U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) from joint federal/local raid of home-based grower and patient).
2005, People v. Ryan Margenau (jury trial verdict of “Not Guilty” on all criminal charges including felonies in Medical Marijuana case involving verbal physician recommendation, medicine retrieved from police).
2007, People v. Immanuel Ortegon (hung jury for man accused of forcible sexual assault, charges dismissed in full following mistrial and complaining witness victim unwilling to testify again).
2008, People v. R.D. (jury trial verdict of “Not Guilty” on all charges for online escort set up in videotaped police sting, charged with prostitution, pandering, solicitation, and conspiracy).