With 23 states currently allowing the use of marijuana with proper rules and regulations, one state has a different policy about using marijuana when on probation.This past Tuesday, Arizona Supreme Court delivered two conclusions, barring courts and prosecutors from not being allowed to use medical marijuana as a convicted felon unless they have a valid medical marijuana card. For example, a man is convicted for having marijuana in his possession with intent to sell. Another example is a woman pleads guilty to a DUI charge and refuses the abstention from pot. A form of probation which caused a withdraw from the plea agreement. Both individuals had valid medical marijuana cards. “The Supreme Court is recognizing what the people decided when they passed the initiative: You can use your medicine,” stated David Euchner, an assistant Pima County public defender.