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While the Pennsylvania legislature has created a separate offense for the Possession of a Small Amount of Marijuana which carries lesser penalties than Simple Possession of a Controlled Substance or Possession With the Intent to Distribute marijuana, it is important to note that the marijuana possessed must be for personal use. The appeals court upheld the jury's finding that the totality of the evidence suggested the defendant intended to distribute the 5.6g of marijuana in his possession. § 1532 (C) * Because the statute requires a enrollment on ARD or a similar pretrial diversionary program does not result in a driver's license suspension. 2008), a case decided by the Pennsylvania Superior Court, the court found that the evidence was sufficient to sustain a conviction for Possession with the Intent to Distribute marijuana where a juvenile defendant was only in possession of 5.6g of marijuana, but the marijuana was individually wrapped in separate packages, the defendant did not possess any paraphernalia for using marijuana and he was also in possession of a firearm.A list of the names of Donation Land claimants giving their rank, regiment, lot number, and district where lot was located.The Donation Land tracts actually surveyed are depicted by Map 6 appearing on page 164 of Donna Bingham Munger, Pennsylvania Land Records, A History and Guide for Research (Wilmington: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1991).
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Furthermore, under the Motor Vehicle Act, a person convicted* of Possession of a Small Amount of Marijuana shall have their driver’s license suspended as follows: (i) For a first offense, a period of six months from the date of the suspension (ii) For a second offense, a period of one year from the date of the suspension (iii) For a third and any subsequent offense thereafter, a period of two years from the date of the suspension. with Simple Possession where the facts indicate the appropriate charge should be Possession of a Small Amount of Marijuana for Personal Use.
In other words, an individual may still be charged and convicted of the far more serious crime of distribution even if the amount of marijuana possessed is under 30g. Here at Rehmeyer & Allatt, we will explore all options and defenses available to a client including investigating motions to suppress evidence and taking steps to ensure that the individual has not been over-charged, i.e.