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Good old Willie--I saw him sometime back in the (hazy) eighties. Line up was The Band, Neil Young & Crazyhorse, Willy Nelson & Waylon Jennings...that show just blew me away and was much better than I ever anticipated. It was an all day festival and we had a blanket on the grass not too far away...lots of Mary Jane in the air that day too.
sigpic |TG-1st|Grunt ARMA Admin (retired) Pathfinder-Spartan 5
1.5lbs of weed? Mother of God, that is not simple possession for personal use. Well, given his past, maybe it is :D
You know, I haven't been in law enforcement all that long. It would be interesting to hear from guys who have been on the job full time for a number of years. Anyway, I find that marijuana use is pretty high among most people I come in contact with.
Where I am, you can legally carry an ounce of weed on your person as long as its all in one container and you dont have any supplemental containers (because that would make it intent to distribute). Paraphenalia is also legal as long as its not in use at the time its found. So If you get pulled over and you have a sack and a pipe in your car, you wont get arrested for it. Several judges have already upheld the law in court.
Denver already has the law, the rest of colorado is voting on making it statewide in november.
bleak should know about it, hes in aurora, which is all of like 10 mins from me.
Where I am, you can legally carry an ounce of weed on your person ...
You have been misinformed. Actually, in Boulder, you can carry up to an ounce and will only receive a ticket for it if you are caught. The police will NOT let you keep it or obviously used paraphernalia.
Denver voters did decriminalize possession of up to an ounce, but the city attorneys continue to prosecute the cases under state law, which is how is was done before the vote. (This coming from the same city that refused to follow state laws on handgun issues because they are a "home rule" city.) Denver city attorneys pick and choose which state laws they will enforce.