Can you get a helicopter pilot license with a class c felony for possession of marijuana?
Most likely not. The FAA does not generally allow someone to get an airman's certificate for substance related crimes. Other crimes are generally not an issue but drug and alcohol-related offenses ARE an issue.
Marijuana possession is a federal crime in the United States. Generally, anything under an ounce is not a felony, however. Read More
Possession of narcotics, is illegal in the U.S.A. In Canada, Marijuana is not considered illegal. Read More
Yes and no! Texas has some of the harshest penalties for being in possession of marijuana, but it depends on the amount of marijuana in your possession and your criminal background! First offenses are usually considered a misdemeanor. After repeted violations it is a felony! Read More
Most minor forms of marijuana possession are not felonies. For simple possession-of less than 2 oz, in most states it would be around a Class B misdemeanor. Read More
No. Possession of any amount is a felony. Sale or delivery of any amount is a felony. Possession of Drug Paraphernalia is a felony. Read More
It depends entriely upon the amount you have in your possession. Read More
No. In the U.S. it would be a "paraphernalia" ticket at most. Definitely not a felony Read More
It depends on the legislation of the country. Read More
Over an ounce. Read More
Can the state of Florida revoke your license if your found guilty of committing a felony for drug possession?
True or False: The State of Florida will revoke your license if you are found guilty of committing a felony for drug possession. Read More
3 years Read More
Sometimes. Each state defines crimes individually. Often, a first offense possession of less than an ounce of marijuana is a misdemeanor, while possession of more or possession with intent to distribute is a felony. Read More
A Class C felony in Illinois can be an assault and possession of marijuana. This felony can lead to jail time and a hefty fine. Read More
How much marijuana does a person have to posstion in order for it to become a felony in the state of Nebraska?
Being in possession of any amount of marijuana in a subsequent offense becomes a felony in the state of Nebraska. Read More
It depends on the quantity in possesion and state you are in. In states such as California, Oregon, and Washington small amounts are misdimenors; larger amount they may add Possesioin with intent to sell if it is anything under an ounce of marijuana its a misdemeanor, and ounce or over is a felony. However some states such as Utah, marijuana is a felony despite the amount of possession Read More
Since Medical Marijuana came into play, the laws changed. Even if you have your medical card, anything over two ounces is a felony. Read More
Fairly sure it's an ounce bro. Read More
Can you geta a license to grow marijuana in ca if you have a felony for being in possetion of a controlled substance?
No Read More
dunno about where you are from but in NZ you can get done for possession for just having a roach, but you don't get actually jailed or fined here unless you have an ounce or more Read More
No. Nor a concealed weapons license. Felons in possession of a firearm is a felony itself. Read More
It is possible, try copping a plea with the prosecutor. If you give him something, he may reciprocate. Read More
It depends on the state, but typically the amount of drugs someone is carrying and the type of drug can make the difference between a misdemeanor or a felony. Read More
12 to 16 years and 3 years of probationgood luck Read More
Depends on state but usually possession of large qty (implies distribution) is what seperates mis from felony some areas. Read More
It is a Felony offense. Other than that, not enough is disclosed about the case or the arrestee to make an educated guess. Read More
Yes to both first offense misdemeanor 0 to 6 months second offense felony 0 to 5 years third offense 5 to 20 years also a felony Read More
How much jail time for a first time possession of two pounds of marijuana if you are a medical marijuana patient?
You're looking at a Federal Felony charge. Two pounds is W-A-Y over the limit for personal use - you are talkiing a PWID (Possession With Intent to Distribute) amount. Read More
To own a Foid card one must not be a felon, or have any drug charge (including a marijuana ticket) The application asks about felony convictions and it asks about marijuana, Do not lie. Read More
posession of marijuana, felony posession of marijuana, posession of marijuana with intent to distribute, marijuana trafficking, and more. it depents on exactly what you did or are doing with the marijuana and also what state you live in. in foreign contrys the laws are different ranging from legal to posess marijuana to extremely heavy concequences for posession. do a google search and be specific. Read More
If you have it in large enough quantities for it to be probable that you're selling it, it's still a felony under US federal law. The same is true if you're deliberately growing it.Simple use and possession of small quantities is a misdemeanor for the first offense, but it may be charged as a felony for subsequent offenses. Read More
It depends on what state you live in. Usually anything above 40 grams is a felony, anything other than that is a misdemeanor. However, some states are totally anal about possession of marijuana and even a few grams could be a felony. I suggest you revise your question and include what state you live in so you can get a proper answer. Read More
What can happen in Illinois to a minor who is being chrged with a felony for having synthetic marijuana in his possession at school?
Possession of marijuana itself in small amounts is not a felony. Possession of synthetic marijuana may not even be a crime, depending on the local law. If the child is charged criminally, it will come out of the jurisdiction of the school, and the case will be tried in the courts. If the person is convicted, he may be subject to a jail sentence exceeding on year in confinement. The charged should confer with a… Read More
Possession is only a misdemeanor in the US. At worst, you'll get a fine. Unless you have multiple ounces, which I forgot the exact amount, then you will get a felony charge, and that's prison time. I think you'll get a felony charge because the court will just assume that's intent to deal, which is why is you have a scale on you, that's also a felony charge. Read More
No, that's trafficking. While these states have declared they won't prosecute the possession or use of marijuana, so long as a certain set of circumstances exists, marijuana is still illegal under federal law. When you cross state lines with it in your possession, you're entering fed territory, and trafficking is a federal felony. Read More
What is the punishment for possession of controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana felony C RSMo 195.202?
up to 7 years and a $5000 fine Read More
North Carolina's statute of limitations are very basic and simple. Possession is normally a misdemeanor, but if the quantity is large enough it could be a felony. If the crime is a felony of any type there is no limit. Malicious misdemeanors have not limit either. Other misdemeanors are set at 2 years. Read More
what is likely the outcome on charges of possession of cocain, syntheic marijuana, and 2 stolen fire arms charges Read More
Felony Possession of a Schedule I Controlled Substance (illegal drugs, in other words) Felony Possession of a Schedule I Controlled Substance (illegal drugs, in other words) Read More
If you are charged with possession with intent to sell or deliver, it is a class B felony. If you are only charged with possession it is a misdemeanor. Read More
Can a person with a felony get a liquor license Read More
It is a felony for each Xanax you have. Read More
It depends on whether it was FELONY possession or MISDEMEANOR possession. If FELONY, no, you cannot ever again own or possess a firearm. Read More
Not enough info given in the question to answer with certainty -but- 'simple possession' is not usually charged as a felony offense. Read More
There is no statutes of limitations on a felony possession drug warrant. It forever stays active. Read More
For 20g or less, misdemeanor, 1 year in prison and $1,000 fine. For more than 20g it is a felony with 5 years in prison and a $5,000 fine. Read More