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    Question: What would happen if you were stopped by a police officer with less than 28.5 grams of pot in your car?

    Answer:

    Possession and use of marijuana can be either a felony or a misdemeanor depending on how much of it you have and whether you intend to sell it, are producing it, or are transporting it with intent to sell.

     

    Possession of marijuana that you intend to sell is a felony.

    Possession and use of marijuana can result in probation, attending classes on the harmful effects of drugs, and performing community service. (A.R.S. § 13-3405). There's also a good chance that you'll also lose your driving privileges in addition to having to pay a minimum of $750 in fines.

    Penalities for using, possessing, selling, or transporting marijuana increase if you have more than two pounds.

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    11 thru 14 of 14 comments     1   2  [ 3 ]   
    On 07/05/02
    Ben from MA said:
    Actually an officer only needs PROBABLE CAUSE in order to search a vehicle, with or without the drivers permission! If you don't know what probable cause is then look it up for you state. The officer does not need a warrant if he has probable cause.
    On 05/20/02
    Ben from FL said:
    Just remember, under the fourth amendment no officer lacking a current, court signed warrant may search you or your vehicle without your consent. Know the law, and your rights.
    On 04/23/02
    L. from PA said:
    why would you drive around with grass in your car? you re just asking for jail time!
    On 11/08/01
    Dave` from PA said:
    Anyone who feels they need to get a answer for that question dosen't deserve to drive!
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