TAKING THE GOVERNMENT TO COURT
Evidence that demonstrates the need for urgent decriminalisation of cannabis, that will be used for legal action against the government.
- Timeline -
5th APRIL 2021
The Home Office receives our notice before action for the judicial review.
The Home office received the first 'evidence bundle'.
20th April 2021
Public publishing of the document delayed until 5th May.
We allow the Home Office to 'investigate' evidence included in the document that will be made publicly available. (We have some strong evidence of corruption that may not be in the public interest to publish if sensible agreements can be made outside of court regarding a decriminalisation approach towards users and growers of cannabis)
We submit the proof of funds to the chambers for our intended legal action after the Judicial review (the Group Litigation).
1st May 2021
The home office has had 14 days to investigate the evidence, respond to 'The Document' and our intended proceedings.
4th May 2021
Expected response. 14 'working days' have passed.
5th May 2021
Make the document public (No additional time will be given unless it's required to discuss the potential for decriminalisation outside of legal action - in which case we will publish the Home Office's response with any 'sensitive evidence' temporarily redacted)
6th May 2021
Judicial review application and costs presented to the court.
Result of the Judicial review used as evidence for Class Action lawsuit (group litigation)
Class Action lawsuit (group litigation) including evidence from 1000's of cannabis users in order to decriminalise cannabis through the court system.
JUST WAITING ON REDACTMENTS NOW, PUBLISHING AS SOON AS I GET THE GREEN LIGHT!!! UPDATES COMING..
"Happy to announce my solicitors have given me the go ahead to take the government to court over the UK’s corrupted but continued prohibition of cannabis and their unlawful actions against cannabis users.
I’ve now officially covered the amount it costs to instruct a Judge to conduct a judicial review that will start by looking into the Home Office failing to respond to freedom of information requests about the harm and evidence that supports these daft cannabis laws.
The document is going through final legal checks now. One of my solicitors is doing a press statement and issuing the docs to the Home Office along with our intended proceedings on Monday 5th April. They have 14 days to respond and then we go for it.
On the same day he’s issued it, I’ll be publishing the full doc on this page.
As soon as the judicial review is done, if it doesn't work out I’ll be doing a huge Group Litigation Order with the best litigation solicitors in the UK (who have had laws overturned in the past). I’ll need all your support for that, and loads of statements from anyone who has been affected by the cannabis laws.
It’s cost a lot already and Group Litigation will cost loads more so any support is mad appreciated. Become a patreon today here and help keep this movement going. CLICK HERE TO DONATE.
Keep looped here with all updates."