If law enforcement has reason to believe you are operating a grow house, a warrant can be requested to search your property and seize evidence. If you are caught growing even small amounts of weed in Texas, the consequences can be life-altering. For this reason, it’s essential to contact a Dallas marijuana lawyer at Peveto Law Office.
There are no laws that make cultivating cannabis illegal in Texas, but it is still considered a crime to grow weed. The only exception under state law is for growers of low–THC cannabis that is used explicitly for medical purposes provisioned under the Compassionate Use Act.
The penalties for growing marijuana vary in Texas and hinge upon the collective weight of the cannabis plants found.
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Possession of more than 2,000 pounds of marijuana is a felony, punishable by a mandatory minimum sentence of 5 years, a maximum sentence of 99 years, and a fine of no more than $50,000.
Hash & Concentrates
Manufacturing and selling hashish or concentrates also is a crime. If the amount of hashish or concentrates is less than 1 gram, the offense is considered a state jail felony punishable by a term of imprisonment no less than 180 days and no greater than 2 years and a fine no greater than $10,000.
Falsifying a drug test, or possessing with intent to use any material for the falsification of a drug test, is a Class B misdemeanor, punishable by up to 180 days imprisonment and a fine not to exceed $2,000.