Mobilizing with marijuana remains a complex issue, changing depending on your area and state laws. These people should be more careful than usual, informing themselves on state laws in order to prevent fines or even jail time if they’re caught by the police. Know your rights Photo by bluegame/Getty Images RELATED: Can Police Search Cars For Marijuana Based On Odor Alone? If your car smells like weed, cops are able to conduct a visual search of the car. Don’t smoke in your car Photo by JasonDoiy/Getty Images RELATED: Never Admit To Police That You’ve Been Smoking Marijuana No matter whether you’re driving or not, it’s best to avoid any issues and smoke when you’re home or when you’re in an area that’s safe and private.
Mobilizing with marijuana remains a complex issue, changing depending on your area and state laws.
Now that marijuana is legalized across a growing number of states, it’s natural to wonder how to move your purchase from point A to point B and what to do if the police pull you over. These questions are common for all users, residents and visitors alike, whether they’re moving marijuana from a business to their home or traveling longer distances.
Here is a basic break down of the most important facts you need to know:
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