OMMA Gives You 30 Days to Correct Any Items Listed as Violations
Video Transcribed: Tulsa Business Cannabis Attorney Isaiah Brydie coming at you with another video. And this video is going to be a little bit about some of the actions that could take place after you’ve received an inspection from OMMA.
So as a general matter, these inspections are administrative actions. If you object to any of the items that were listed as a violation, you are entitled to an administrative hearing on that matter. So you don’t just have to take the input of OMMA.
If you disagree with one of the determinations that were made, or maybe you have multiple violations that you disagree with, you are entitled as a right to an administrative hearing under the Oklahoma administrative procedures act.
With that, you can also retain an attorney and as a general matter, you can also have an attorney present during your inspection as well, to walk through all of the inspection with the inspectors and have that back and forth conversation with the inspectors on the situations with your business.
As a general matter, the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority will give you 30 days to correct any items listed as violations of your business. Upon that 30-day window elapsing, the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority may come back out and reinspect your business.
They give themselves the right to, but they may not come out and inspect, but as a general matter, any violations that you have on your business, if you are not going to object to them during an administrative hearing, or even if you are going to object to them during an administrative hearing, you need to correct within that 30-day window. My name is Isaiah Brydie, I am an Oklahoma marijuana lawyer who is here to help you with any of your Oklahoma Cannabis business legal needs.