Police officers made about 663,000 arrests for marijuana-related offenses in the 50 states and the District of Columbia in 2018, amounting to 40% of the 1.65 million total drug arrests in the U.S. that year (the most recent for which data is available).Can I still be arrested for using marijuana?
Basically, marijuana legalization means you can't be arrested, ticketed, or convicted for using marijuana if you follow the state laws as to age, place, and amount for consumption. However, you can still get arrested for selling or trafficking marijuana if you aren't following state laws on licensure and taxation.Will you get arrested mailing marijuana?
No . Although federal law prohibits the mailing of controlled substances between states, even mailing marijuana from one location to another within a legal state could subject you to arrest and prosecution.What is a felony possession of marijuana?
The penalties for marijuana possession depend on whether you are charged with possession of less than twenty grams of marijuana, which is considered misdemeanor possession, or possession of twenty grams or more of marijuana, which is considered felony possession.