Absolutely not. That is not legal in New Jersey. You need to do it in your garage if you have legally purchased the Marijuana. But if you are looking for trouble, which I presume you are not, then do not do it.
My drug test came back positive, but I still don't know specifically for what. It could be the medication I am on or the thc from smoking. I have no idea which one came up. They gave me an offer and I was going through the on-boarding process when they sent me a random email saying I have been... View More
Yes, just because certain drugs are taken by prescription or if they have been legalized does not mean that an employer has to hire you. I do not believe that they are required to indicate what drug or if that makes any difference whatsoever. Good luck and try some place else.
It is Federally illegal to transport across state lines and, since it is still Federally illegal, it is, at least for now, not advisable. For all practical purposes the State agencies and local authorities do not likely care. However, the UPS is a Federal agency and USPS cooperates with the Fed....View More
Well its pretty serve when you figure as the law stands today, you have a criminal record of arrest and if the substance found tests positive for THC you looking at up to 180 days in jail (rare for first time offenders) 6 months loss of your drivers license, $1000.00 fine and other surcharges and...View More
Yes, plain smell is an exception to the search warrant requirement. However, that does not mean that the underlying motor vehicle stop and subsequent search was valid. You should consult with an attorney to discuss the facts of your case and possible motion to suppress.
You are facing a criminal record and possibly loosing your license for 2 years. The prosecutor could decide to drop the charge based on card or reasonably say that you did not have it when you were arrested and continue to prosecute you. With no legal knowledge you are putting yourself at risk...View More
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