is that legal?
My commentary on current events. This is not intended to be legal advice nor does any post create an attorney-client relationship with any reader.
Things got a bit dicey there for a little while when Texas law enforcement realized the new definition of hemp potentially changed the way possession of marijuana cases would he handled. Now, anything with not more than .3% THC is hemp. Go to:
and click on Bill Text to read the bill.
Above .3% THC, it's illegal. Now, forensic experts are weighing in on how to move forward with marijuana cases. The catch is that because the amount of THC is specifically quantified in the definition, many defense attorneys and defendants will argue that prosecutors need to prove the precise amount of THC present in cannabis for any possession of marijuana case. The argument is that if the precise amount can't be proven, then it could be hemp. See the following article: