MMMA en Safe under medical marijuana laws, and driving laws? <p>Michigan&rsquo;s medical marijuana law allows people to use the drug, but motor vehicle laws forbid driving with any marijuana in your system. The legal battle <a href=";inqtype=public&amp;yr=0&amp;yr=0">could head to the State Court of Appeals</a>.</p><p>Rodney Koon was pulled over for speeding a little over a year ago. Officers in Traverse City found a pipe in his pocket so he showed them his medical marijuana card. The <a href="">Traverse City Eagle-Record says</a> Koon was charged with driving under the influence of a schedule one controlled substance (<a href="">others include ecstasy, heroin, and LSD</a>) after a drug test revealed he had marijuana in his system.</p><p>A county judge ruled the state&rsquo;s medical marijuana law protects Koon from prosecution. He said prosecutors need to have more solid evidence a driver is impaired while driving. State driving laws say people can&rsquo;t drive with even a trace amount of schedule one controlled substances in their system.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p><p>Michigan <a href=",1607,7-164--252447--,00.html">Attorney General Bill Schuette is supporting</a> the Grand Traverse County Prosecutor&rsquo;s appeal to the State Court of Appeals. He says Koon isn&rsquo;t &ldquo;<a href="">being prosecuted for using marijuana, but for driving shortly after using it.&rdquo; Mon, 14 Mar 2011 10:28:59 +0000 Lindsey Smith 1624 at Safe under medical marijuana laws, and driving laws?