Marijuana Crimes in South Bend
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Marijuana crimes are the most common drug crimes in the country, and the
South Bend area is no exception. Marijuana crimes are charged differently
from other drug crimes for this reason. Additionally, Indiana has very
low tolerance for any kind of marijuana crime, levying strict penalties
for even small convictions.
If you or a loved one has been arrested and is facing a marijuana crime,
do not hesitate to contact a skilled South Bend
drug crimes attorney immediately. Quality representation from the
Wruble Law Group may be able to assist you with fighting back. We have helped numerous
clients with their marijuana crime charges in our more than 40 years of
combined practice experience, and have developed a tested and proven method
of litigation that we can put to work on your behalf.
Don’t wait to obtain assistance for your case. Call the Wruble Law
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Marijuana Violations & Penalties
Marijuana charges can be levied in a wide variety of ways, and you should
always take them seriously, as you would with any other type of drug crime.
As detailed below, the basic crimes remain the same as other controlled
substances, but have different penalties.
Marijuana crimes in Indiana include:
Possession: Possession of any amount is a misdemeanor, but can become a felony if
you are a repeat offender and are found with 30g or more. Felony possession
carries a minimum of six months in jail and a fine of up to $10,000.
Sale and/or Cultivation: Selling or growing less than 30 grams of marijuana is a misdemeanor. Anything
over 30 grams or any sale to a minor is a felony that also carries minimum
jail time and a fine of up to $10,000.
Paraphernalia: Possession, sale, or creation of marijuana paraphernalia, including blunt
papers, water pipes, and more, is an infraction, but a repeat offense
escalates automatically to a felony with a minimum jail sentence of six
months and a fine of up to $10,000.
Hash and concentrates: Marijuana concentrates are a felony charge in all cases, except when you
manufacture less than five grams worth of them, at which point it is a
misdemeanor. In all felony cases, you could be facing significant jail
time and a fine of up to $10,000.
Don’t wait to secure representation for your case;
contact the Wruble Law Group online today!