Marijuana

Utah is Number One in the Nation for Federal Marijuana Possession Charges

Last month, the Salt Lake Tribune released an intriguing tale defining the wide variety of government medication belongings convictions that occur every year in the state of Utah. The majority of these federal medication criminal offenses happen on public lands. Last year alone, over 165 people in Utah were charged with drug property on federal lands, mainly in the big state parks such as Moab, Zion,...

What are the marijuana possession charges in Utah?

It may come as no surprise that Utah was one of the first states to outlaw marijuana. The criminalization of this substance happened clear back in 1915. As of this article's writing, marijuana is classified as a Schedule I controlled substance in Utah. Citizens who favor legalization for either medicinal or recreational use can find themselves in a frustrating place. In many ways, the societal views of...

Charged with Marijuana Possession in Utah

Utah is in an exciting place. We are a generally conservative state, with a strong religious presence. Like Colorado, California, and Nevada, our surrounding neighbors seem to have a different way of life. All three of these states have enormously changed their marijuana laws, allowing for recreational use. Marijuana is a Schedule 1 controlled substance and is illegal to possess, baring a legitimate...

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