A Shyler Engel, PLLC client was charged with Operating with the Presence of Marijuana. Despite having a physician’s certification prior to her arrest, the trial court judge denied Shyler any ability to argue that his client had a medical purpose for using marijuana. Because the judge denied our Section 8 motion without a hearing, our client would never able to show a jury that she was not impaired by the marijuana while she was driving — but merely tested positive for it. Shyler appealed this decision all the way to the Michigan Supreme Court. Today, we learned the the Supreme Court agreed with us enough to remand the case back to the Court of Appeals requiring them to review the merits of our appeal. This case may expand the scope of protections provided to medical patients beyond People v Koon.