Monday, March 27, 2006 - Worldwide Marijuana Travel Guide With Marijuana Prices, Spots & Legalization Status


    Smoking tolerance level: 4.75

    Legislation: Possession of one half ounce or less is punishable by up to 30 days in jail, most likely suspended. Possession of greater than one half ounce is punishable by 1 - 120 days in jail, with a possibility of community service or probation in lieu of jail. Possession greater than 1.5 ounces increases the penalties to 8 - 13 months in jail.

    Penalties for sale, delivery or manufacture are increased if the sale occurs within 300 feet of a school zone if the offender is over 21 and if the sale was made to a minor or to a pregnant woman.

    The state allows conditional release or alternative or diversion sentencing for people facing their first prosecutions. Usually, conditional release lets a person opt for probation rather than trial. After successfully completing probation, the individual's criminal record does not reflect the charge.

    Law enforcement: Totally anti-drug, will throw you at the wall for a nick.

    Where to buy marijuana in Ashville: Shilo area, on Shiloh Rd., and Brooklyn Rd.

    We Be High in ASHEVILLE


    Darwin said...

    ive recently been charged with marijuana felonies. I go to court aug 19 2008 0930am. so I'dlike to have a legalization rally in front of the court house that day. until we all stand up and tell the government that were not going to be prosecuted for this anymore. we will all have a bad day once in our life if we continue to smoke nuggets. I have an extensive record of marijuana use in the courts but have never been charged with any other crimes so if you make mary jane legal. that would erase my criminal history so do we keep leting them put our friends our kids and our loved ones in jail. Do we all finally stand up walk out of our houses with pipe in one hand and bag in another . say if your gonna take one of us you'll have to take all of us .i think if all do this we can finally smoke weed grow weed do whatever you like with weed and not be prosecuted. We just have to show all those conservative people out there that we are no different than the guy that works all day and at the end of that day wants a cold beer. people before us beat prohibition of booze. so its time to wake people up its 2008 we've been fighting this for over forty years. DONT THEY REALIZE THEY COULD MAKE MORE MONEY OFF OF TAXES AND FEES THAN ANY COURT ROOM GUILTY PLEA COULD EVER GET THEM . PEOPLE LETS ORGANIZE AND GET IT LEGALIZED SO WE FINALLY QUIT WASTING TAX DOLLARS ON INCARCERATING POT HEADS FROM DARWIN