Julie Bosca is the ex-wife of a Vincent Bosca, who is accused of holding several teens against their will in retaliation for a marijuana theft. Bosca and two other men are charged with extortion and unlawful imprisonment for the alleged actions against six teens aged 14 and 15 whom they suspected of stealing marijuana from Bosca’s Canal Road home the prior Friday. Bosca is a licensed to grow medical marijuana. On Friday, Judge Mary Chrzanowski of Macomb County Circuit Court in Mount Clemens granted Julie Bosca short-term custody of her two children with Vincent Bosca at least until a hearing takes place June 30. The PPO Julie Bosca filed against her ex-husband was rejected for now, but also will be addressed at that hearing. Vincent Bosca posted a $500,000 bond, according to sheriff’s office records, and will be confined by a tether. Vincent Bosca said in court Wednesday his 2-year-old daughter lived with him. Read the full story here
Wherever you stand on the issue, Michigan law actually protects a parent from being denied custody or visitation of a child solely for their legal medical marijuana related activities. Specifically, the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act states in Section 4(c) that:”A person shall not be denied custody or visitation of a minor for acting in accordance with this act, unless the person’s behavior is such that it creates an unreasonable danger to the minor that can be clearly articulated and substantiated.”
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