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Medical Marijuana Laws in VA
Medical Marijuana Laws in VA

Although cannabis has become legal for both medicinal and recreational in many states throughout the country, Virginia is not one of them. However, the state does have a very limited medical marijuana law, allowing those diagnosed with epilepsy to possess certain high-CBD, ...

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Blog posts in Drug Crimes

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    Actual possession charges occur if you are found by police and appear to have direct, physical control over drugs or other illegal substances. ...

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  • Defense Against Date Rape Charges: Everything You Need to Know

    According to the Code of Virginia, rape is defined as a sexual act done against a person’s will, by force, threat, intimidation, or by way of the ...

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  • Arrests for Ordering Marijuana by Mail

    Ordering marijuana by mail can land you in serious trouble. If caught, you will face state-level charges at the minimum. Many people believe they can ...

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  • Escalated Penalties for Selling Drugs to Minors in Virginia

    It is not altogether uncommon for a judge to reach for maximum allowable sentencing options when penalizing someone convicted of a drug crime ...

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  • When Do Police Need a Warrant to Search Your Home?

    Were you aware that police do not always need a warrant to search your home or business? There are a number of factors that may justify the search of ...

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  • DEA Declines to Reclassify Marijuana

    On Thursday, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) declares that marijuana will continue to be classified as a Schedule I controlled substance, ...

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  • What Are the Possible Defenses to Drug Charges?

    Have you been charged with drug possession? Whether the offense involves controlled substances or prescription drugs, drug crimes carry significant ...

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  • Supreme Court: Drug dogs can be used to establish probable cause

    Police have a lot of power when investigating alleged criminal activity. If they suspect an individual may be involved in the distribution of illegal ...

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  • Authorities Find Virginia's New Synthetic Marijuana Law Hard to Enforce

    In March 2011, Virginia Governor Bob McDonald signed a law criminalizing the possession and sale of synthetic marijuana, joining at least 15 other ...

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