Hidden cannabis discovered after officer stops vehicle with expired registration
A Texas man became the latest person to learn the hard way that one’s vehicle should be in tip-top shape if it happens to be hauling illegal cannabis.
As it stands, possessing less than four ounces (113 grams) of weed is still a misdemeanour, but more than that amount becomes a felony, notes information from the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws.
Even the lowest felony charge, which applies to possessing 113 grams to 2.3 kilograms of cannabis, carries a maximum sentence of 180 days to two years incarceration and a US$10,000 ($12,800) fine.
The Texas driver has been arrested and taken to the local jail, Fox 44 reports.
Vehicle violations have prompted many drug searches
Traffic stops have not proved particularly friendly for many drug-hauling individuals. And though the vehicle infractions preceding the stops have ranged far and wide, most
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