Possession of Marijuana in Arizona- A.R.S. §13-3405 is typically defined as having less than two pounds of marijuana. Illegal possession also includes items that are sold in dispensaries like THC concentrate liquid, edibles (cookies, chocolate bars, candy, etc.) or anything else that contains THC if you don’t have a medical marijuana card.
This charge is categorized as a Class 6 felony and typically carries probation as a punishment. However, if this wasn’t your first time being charged, you are looking at a potential sentence of two years in prison depending upon the amount of marijuana you had. Contact an experienced attorney now.
Watch Attorney David Michael Cantor explain the details of the crime and some of the successful defenses he has used:
If you’ve been charged with Possession or Use of Marijuana, please call us right away. We can help you figure out your options and discuss details of what happened. There are a number of defenses against this crime, including lack of knowledge.
Please feel free to review the many victories our law firm has had with drug crimes.
Looking for a drug defense attorney in Arizona? Call us now at 602-307-0808 or fill out the online form to get immediate help. David Michael Cantor is a Phoenix attorney and a Certified Criminal Law Specialist, per the Arizona Board of Legal Specialization. In addition, the Firm and all of its lawyers are listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers®. We’ll know how to handle your case professionally; the majority of our attorneys are ex-prosecutors who know the system well. Contact us today.