Possession of Marijuana Reduced to Paraphernalia – Chesterfield County, VA

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Possession of Marijuana Reduced to Paraphernalia – Chesterfield County, VA

The Weiland Firm, PLC recently represented a client charged with possession of marijuana in Chesterfield County, Virginia. Our client, a first time offender, worked as a driver for a fleet of vehicles and could not afford to suffer a license suspension. Our attorney convinced the judge to reduce the Possession of Marijuana charge to Possession of Paraphernalia which carries significantly lower penalties – including no mandatory license suspension. Our client was able to avoid stiff penalties and instead paid a small fine and court costs.

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