Possession and Distribution Are Regulated under Oklahoma State Question 820
Video Transcribed: Okay. So we’re continuing with the question of, “What does Oklahoma State Question 820 say?” I am a medical marijuana business attorney in Tulsa. My name is Ope Adegbuyi. So in my past videos, I’ve talked about what Oklahoma State Question 820 does not regulate.
Now, we’re going to move into what Oklahoma State Question 820 regulates limits, and what it provides. Oklahoma State Question 820 says that it’s not unlawful for a person who is at least 21, to possess, use, transport, and distribute one ounce or less of marijuana, eight grams or less of marijuana in a concentrated form contained within marijuana products or infused products. It’s also not unlawful for a person who is at least 21, to possess, plant, cultivate, harvest, dry, or manufacture no more than six mature plants or six seedlings.
As long as the plants and seedlings in the excess of one ounce are kept in or on the grounds of the private residence. Which is not visible to the public.
No more than 12 plants, or 12 seedlings, are kept in or in-ground, on the ground of a private residence at one time. Also, it’s not unlawful for a person who is at least 21 to possess, purchase, use, deliver, sell, or manufacture marijuana accessories to another person, who is at least 21. It is also not unlawful to assist another person who is at least 21 or allow your property to be used according to the act.
Also, it is not unlawful for a person who’s at least 21, to transport no more than six mature plants or six seedlings. So basically, that section talks about what is lawful. So it’s lawful to be able to transport, use, and manufacture marijuana as long as you’re 21.
Then, it also talks about if you’re going to transport it or process it, you can’t distribute more than one ounce if it’s not concentrated. If it’s concentrated, no more than eight grams. Then it talks about also cultivating. So when it’s saying you can’t have more than six mature plants and six seedlings, that’s basically talking about grows, and if you’re trying to cultivate or grow a marijuana plant.
Then it also limits how you should grow those plants. So basically, the marijuana plant has to be in or on the ground and in your private residence, away from the public. If you’re planting marijuana in your front yard, that will be unlawful. Because the public can see what you’re doing, even though it’s in your private residence. As long as the public eye is shielded from seeing your product or seeing your marijuana, it’s unlawful. For more information, you can contact me, a Tulsa medical marijuana lawyer, at oklahomamedicalmarijuana.attorney.