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What You Need To Know | Wisconsin Marijuana Laws

Numerous states have been changing their rules on marijuana use and possession in recent years. Medical marijuana is becoming a legal entity in some states, while other states work to decriminalize recreational marijuana.

At J. Kippa Law, LLC, attorney Jeffrey Kippa’s criminal defense team can answer your questions about Wisconsin marijuana laws and medical marijuana use. They will work to help defend clients who run into trouble with marijuana possession or use.

Legal Marijuana Use In Wisconsin

Wisconsin passed a medical marijuana bill in 2014 that allows some uses of cannabis, but there are stringent limitations. Only cannabidiol that does not have a psychoactive effect can be used, and it is only licensed for people with seizure disorders.

Marijuana-Related Activities That Are Still Illegal

All other marijuana uses and activities are still illegal in Wisconsin. These can include:

  • Possession of marijuana, which can result in up to six months in jail or $1,000 in fines
  • Selling marijuana, a felony offense
  • Selling to a minor
  • Marijuana sale within 1,000 feet of a school, which can result in one year in jail

Caught With Marijuana? J. Kippa Law, LLC, Can Help.

Lawyer Jeffrey Kippa and his team have over 30 years of combined experience defending clients against drug crime charges in Green Bay, Oshkosh and Appleton, Wisconsin. Learn how they can protect your freedom during a free consultation to discuss your unique situation and address your concerns. Questions? We have a drug FAQ page that may help.

Call 920-733-1100 today for experienced criminal defense or schedule your free, confidential consultation online.


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