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Is Texas still prosecuting marijuana offenses?

Recent legislation in the state of Texas, now legalizing the use of hemp, has created a conundrum for prosecutors in charge of handling marijuana offenses. The problems stem from the fact that making the distinction between hemp and marijuana is not a simple one.

DA shifts focus from marijuana possession: What is next?

Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg has indicated the office will not make misdemeanor marijuana a priority. For those caught with less than four ounces of marijuana, the offense will not appear on their record if they attend a drug education class. It's basically a across-the-board pre-charge diversion program.

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