The state of Ohio classifies marijuana as a Schedule I substance, which means that it is considered a drug that causes a high risk of abuse. You cannot legally possess, sell, distribute, or grow marijuana in the state of Ohio. If you are accused of any of the above listed drug crimes, you could be facing severe consequences, including jail time and expensive fines.
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The types of penalties you face will depend heavily on the amount and type of crime you were committing. Ohio has decriminalized small amounts of marijuana, which means if you are found in possession of 100 grams or less you will have a small fine but no jail time or criminal record. Similarly, if you sell or cultivate 20 grams or less without any payment, you will not face jail time. Anything above this amount in your possession will likely result in harsher penalties.
You could be facing the following consequences if convicted:
You can also face charges for possession of drug paraphernalia, such as items used to grow, harvest, process, use, or sell marijuana. These charges can include up to $750 in fines and a month in jail.
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