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Audrey Hatfield

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Coloradans for Cannabis Patient Rights

Employment History

  • President
    Coloradans 4 Cannabis Patient Rights

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Coloradans 4 Cannabis Patient Rights
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Featured News, 4 June 2013 [cached]
Audrey Hatfield, president of Coloradans for Cannabis Patient Rights, said three patients had contacted her to complain that officers who stopped them and ran their names through their computers found that they were on the registry. "It has been going on for at least a year," she said.
Medical marijuana patient Bob Crouse acquitted: Another wasteful prosecution? | MMJ Industry News | MJ Freeway, 2 July 2012 [cached]
At that time, activist Audrey Hatfield felt things were going Crouse's way and predicted a positive verdict the next day, and she was correct on both scores. Late Friday afternoon, he was acquitted of all charges against him.
Not that there wasn't some drama along the way. On Friday morning, according to Hatfield, president of Coloradans 4 Cannabis Patient Rights, who was among the advocates protesting throughout the week at the courthouse where Crouse was tried, prosecutors with 4th Judicial District DA Dan May's office "tried to get the judge to make it so Bob wouldn't be able to use the affirmative defense."
But, says Hatfield, "the judge wouldn't have it."
Fortunately, the two of them were allowed to return to their home yesterday, Hatfield says.
As Crouse was flooded with emotion, a celebration broke out in the courtroom among his supporters, with Hatfield decrying the resources wasted by targeting a cancer patient simply trying to follow his doctor's recommendation.
Hatfield, who's planning a July 30 protest at May's office, is dubious.
"I don't know if they're going to listen to our message," she concedes, noting that in the last week or so, she's had a couple of new people contact her with tales of unjust marijuana prosecutions. She hasn't had a chance to check out their stories, so she can't vouch for them quite yet, but she says, "as far as I can tell, this kind of thing is still going on.
"I would hope they'd look at Bob's case, and these other cases, and say, 'This just isn't working for us.' But Dan May's got his agenda" -- he's seen in Republican quarters as a possible successor to John Suthers as Colorado Attorney General -- "and I think he's going to try to prosecute as many cases as he possibly can."
For the most part, Hatfield goes on, prosecutors in the Springs "try to get people to take a plea deal.
Here's a Facebook post from Audrey ... [cached]
Here's a Facebook post from Audrey Hatfield, the director of Colorado Springs-based patient advocacy group Coloradans 4 Cannabis Patient Rights (click to enlarge):
Tags: Audrey Hatfield, Coloradans 4 Cannabis Patient Rights, medical marijuana
At that point, its representatives might ..., 23 July 2013 [cached]
At that point, its representatives might hear things like this: "If it were real legalization, we'd be REMOVING pages of marijuana law, not adding dozens of new ones," as Coloradans 4 Cannabis Patient Rights president Audrey Hatfield writes on Facebook.
Tags: CannaBiz, Colorado Department of Revenue, Amendment 64, Barbara Brohl, Retail Marijuana Industry, Marijuana Enforcement Division, Audrey Hatfield, Eric Holder, Colorado Springs City Council, White Boy Wasted Tour
Audrey Hatfield is the ... [cached]
Audrey Hatfield is the President of Coloradans 4 Cannabis Patient Rights (C4CPR), an organization dedicated to helping patients obtain affordable medicine in Colorado. She commented that women are definitely present in her line of volunteer work with the patients, but again just undervalued by men in the movement.
"There are a lot of women activists," she says, "The problem is, a good majority of the men feel threatened and let their egos get in the way.
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