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While some states, including Colorado and Washington, have decriminalized marijuana possession, pot is still illegal in Ohio. It is even against the law in Ohio to possess paraphernalia for growing or consuming marijuana.
Specifically, the statute makes it illegal to possess “any equipment, product or material” that is used, intended for use or designed for use in connection with illegal drugs in any of the following ways:
Even a weed scale app on your cellphone may be drug paraphernalia in the eyes of the law. A conviction for “illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia” can result in the following penalties:
If you are arrested for possession of paraphernalia or any drug crime in Ohio, a competent defense lawyer can fight to protect your future.