Virginia Civil Possession of Marijuana Lawyer

Virginia law drastically changed on July 1, 2020. Simple possession of marijuana changed from a misdemeanor offense into a civil penalty only.

If you are found guilty of possessing marijuana, the maximum penalty is a $25 fine. That’s it. Instead of possible jail and suspension of your driver’s license, you just pay a $25 fine, and there are not even court costs.

You still may want to defend your marijuana charge, since a conviction is still part of the public court records.

For more information on the new marijuana law and how it might affect you, check out these two videos:

Marijuana is NOT Legal in Virginia, but no Longer a Crime

Ultimate Guide to Virginia Marijuana Decriminalization

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