HS 11359: Possession Of Marijuana For Sale

Although proposition 64 has made recreational marijuana possession legal it is still unlawful to sell marijuana in California except for the following two situations. Sale of marijuana by a licensed business to a person that is 21 or older. Sale of medical marijuana by a licensed dispensary. Health & Safety Code 11359 makes it illegal…

California “Marijuana Cultivation” Laws

California “Marijuana Cultivation” Laws

In this post, I am going to explain how California’s laws on illegal marijuana cultivation1 was updated and changed with the passage of Proposition 64. This proposition changed California law so that adults who are 21 or older may legally plant, cultivate, harvest, dry or process up to six (6) living marijuana plants lawfully. So When Does…

7 Things You Should Know About California “Hash Laws”

7 Things You Should Know About California “Hash Laws”

In this post you are going to learn everything there is to know about possession of concentrated cannabis laws in California. In fact: With changes in the law it is legal in many circumstances to possess concentrated cannabis (hash). Let’s get started….. What Is Concentrated Cannabis? Concentrated cannabis means the separated resin, whether crude or purified, from…

5 Things You Should Know About Marijuana Sales & Transport Laws

5 Things You Should Know About Marijuana Sales & Transport Laws

On January 1st, 2018 the state of California passed proposition 64 which allowed businesses with the proper licensing to sell recreational marijuana legally in the state. The law is now called the adult use of marijuana act however, under Health & Safety Code Section 113601, it is illegal for anyone to: Transport Import into the state Sell Furnish…

Possession of Marijuana While Driving

Definition of Vehicle Code 23222(b) VC California Vehicle Code Section 23222(b) prohibits possessing marijuana while driving.  This is a separate offense than simple Possession of Marijuana under California’s Health & Safety Code Section 11357(b). Example: You are pulled over because you are driving in an erratic manner.  After conducting a search of your car, the cop finds…