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What Happens if Marijuana is Legalized in New Jersey?

August 16th, 2018

The legalization of recreational marijuana in New Jersey is nothing to fear. Like other legal mind-altering substances, cannabis will be regulated. In fact, it is possible that recreational use of this substance will be more regulated upon legalization than it was before legalization. It is important for you to understand that as a regulated substance, there […]

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Pros and Cons of Legalizing Marijuana

July 12th, 2018

The question on the mind of every New Jersey resident is, “Should the state legalize marijuana?” A hot topic in the United States has been the legalization of cannabis. Fortunately, there are real-life examples of the pros and cons of allowing recreational use of this drug. So far, nine states have made it legal for […]

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Medical Marijuana vs. Recreational Marijuana: Why You Need to Know the Difference

May 24th, 2018

New Jersey is attempting to add more green to the state. However, we don’t mean color. The Garden State is looking to increase the availability of marijuana, including both medical and recreational use. Recently, Gov. Phil Murphy revitalized the state’s medical marijuana program, and he is currently working to legalize adult recreational use as well. […]

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Caught with Marijuana? Find Out What an Attorney Can Do

February 19th, 2018

Marijuana charges are steadily rising in the Garden State. Drug-related charges are a serious matter that can affect your life. There are many ways an attorney can help you, but you need to find the right one. Hiring an experienced attorney with years in defending drug-related charges is where you should start. Your attorney will know […]

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Can the Police Search my Property if They Smell Marijuana?

July 28th, 2015

Smell of Marijuana Insufficient for Warrantless Searches Other states have legalized the recreational use of marijuana, but in New Jersey it is still illegal to possess the drug unless you have a prescription for a debilitating medical condition from an authorized program doctor. The smell is very distinctive, and is much different from a cigarette. […]

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