I have a medical cannabis certification due to a congenital and lifelong musculoskeletal condition which causes constant and consistent pain management. The certification was recommended because of the physical dependence and other risks that come with normal pain medication. My main question is do... Read more »
I just have a quick question. I know there are protections for individuals from being terminated or being denied a position for testing positive for cannabis and have a medical card. However, my question is, in the state of VA, does the same protections apply for those who are applying to a job? I... Read more »
Company does have contracts a couple times a year as a sub contractor to Navy shipyard contractors.
answered on Sep 19, 2021
It is still Federally illegal to ship cannabis or transport it across state lines. Or possess cannabis. Or anything with cannabis. Still all federally illegal. All of it.
The reason this is more of a problem is because you are would be using a Federal service (United States Post Office) to... Read more »
The law goes into effect on July 1st, and my first intake appointment isn’t until May 12
answered on Apr 9, 2021
Absolutely, alcohol is also legal but the condition of your ASAP supervision requires no drugs and no alcohol.
answered on Nov 1, 2020
Less than an ounce, if charged as distribution, is a misdemeanor. Less than an ounce for personal use is a civil penalty and still unlawful. Anything over an ounce charged as distribution is a felony.
answered on Sep 14, 2020
Purchasing marijuana is legal in the District of Columbia. What I'm guess you are asking is if you can bring it back into Virginia and possess it. Possession of Marijuana is not legal in the state of Va but it was just decriminalized - which make it a civil penalty of $25 for possession of... Read more »
The charges happened in Va in two different counties. They are previous charges from 2015 and 2017
answered on Jul 7, 2020
Good morning. Is there a question associated with this?
answered on Jul 3, 2020
It will depend on the judge and the facts surrounding your situation. If it is a first time offense it is highly likely that the judge will follow the new decriminalization statute.
answered on Jun 15, 2020
Yes. It is not legal, but merely a lesser penalty (civil infraction) for smaller amounts of plant marijuana.
Will I be charged as an adult or minor? This is my 3rd posession charge.
answered on Feb 24, 2020
If the date of offense was before you turned 18, then the case will be in juvenile court. You should definitely seek counsel still however b/c they can sentence you as an adult if you are 18 b/c technically you cannot take advantage of juvenile services. Also it is a third offense so the court... Read more »
answered on Feb 11, 2020
More than likely if you are convicted of the shoplifting, you will also be convicted of your marijuana charge. One of your conditions of the first offender is good, law-abiding behavior so a new conviction is a violation of that. You should consult with your prior attorney or a new who can advise... Read more »
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