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Having marijuana in Colorado could still land you in hot water

On Behalf of | Apr 28, 2016 | Drug Possession |

Marijuana is now legal in the state of Colorado, but you can still find yourself wading through a deep pool of hot water over this widely-used substance. The most important basic fact you should understand is this: You can still face criminal charges for possessing marijuana. Even though it is legal in Colorado, you must abide by the state laws governing the substance to avoid legal trouble.

Here is what you can do in our state when it comes to marijuana:

— You can possess up to one ounce of the drug for personal use.

— You can grow up to six marijuana plants.

— You can transfer up to one ounce of marijuana to another adult for free.

Here is what you cannot do with marijuana in Colorado unless you are prepared to face sometimes severe penalties:

— You cannot possess more than one ounce.

— You cannot use or display the substance in public.

— You cannot sell marijuana to other people for any amount of money.

— You cannot grow more than six marijuana plants under any circumstances.

Even though the government’s perspective on marijuana has certainly become more lenient, you should understand that these laws may still be in a state of evolution. To avoid facing drug possession charges, it is in your best interests to track Colorado marijuana laws carefully and at all times. If you do find yourself facing trouble with the authorities over this substance, you should not hesitate to seek legal counsel. With swift action and the right attorney, it is possible to have your charges reduced, or in some cases, even dismissed.

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