Marijuana CrimesIn the state of Tennessee, the manufacture, sale, distribution and possession of marijuana are all illegal regardless of the quantity. However, the quantity found does determine the severity of the punishment. Punishments for marijuana charges range from a Class A misdemeanor to a Class A felony with a minimum fine of $2,500 and a maximum of $500,000. In addition to jail time and fees, other penalties may include attending a required drug offender school or community service work. Not only are the punishments steep, but having a marijuana charge on your record can make it extremely difficult to find a job in the future and can even cause you to lose your current job.
If you are facing a marijuana conviction, it is extremely important that you consult with an attorney as soon as possible! The key to getting the results you want is to make sure that you are being represented by an expert attorney. The lawyers at the Law Office of Jay A. Perry are experienced in handling marijuana crime cases. We will work with you to map out the best plan for your case. Contact us today for a free legal consultation.
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