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Topic - Robert Corry
"It's just a place for adults to exercise their constitutional rights together," Mr. Corry said.
"I'll happily accept the business they don't want," said another Denver attorney, Robert Corry, who has represented marijuana dispensaries and patients for years. "I've got over 100 clients that are sellers of marijuana, and I've never believed that I've done anything wrong. Lawyers have been indelibly linked with this from the beginning. Without attorneys, this business probably wouldn't exist."