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A step in the right direction for Texas!

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by CharlesThe1337, Aug 31, 2007.

  1. Pretty cool, thats a pretty big step imo a qp or less, just be nice to the cop and tell him you are buying that for personals.
  2. i wish GA would do that! sounds great tho! i really think weed will become legal in my lifetime - hopefully :D
  3. "Most marijuana users aren't violent criminals," said Rob Kampia, executive director of the Marijuana Policy Project. "If they are violent, they'll get arrested for the violence."

  4. "It would actually make the most sense not to cite anyone for marijuana and not put them in jail or fine them at all -- it should be legal," said Kampia. "However, this is a step in the right direction." :hello:
  5. Hell yeah, that's awesome. :D
  6. this is good

  7. Does this apply for all over texas? or just Austin or w/e?
  8. is this real?
  9. While you don't have to get arrested and go to jail right away which is good... the charges have not changed so you can still easily end up on probation / jail time.
  10. MPP gets so much done. Gotta love em.
  11. Do you have any other sources talking about this new law/policy?
  12. I just have one thing to say: ABOUT TIME.

    Common sense people, this is the way it always should have been (besides legal of course). Only problem is running into the asshole cops who have a personal vendetta on the punks with weed. Still, I can breathe just a bit easier knowing this information. We will win this war!
  13. thank god this finally happened, hopefully when i move back home to dallas in 2 years there will be even more decriminalization.
  14. I live in Austin TX and while this is indeed a big leap forward, it's been common practice for sometime for the cops to let you go if you're not really a threat. Also it says at the policeman's I'm guessing they will still take you in if they don't like your attitude (which most cops have a very low tolerance for).

    But anyways HOORAY 1 step closer to legal!!
  15. it's basically the same, you just don't get arrested on spot. you still go to court and get charged. I hate police discretion i wrote a whole paper about how pigs should not have it.
  16. What part? I just moved to kind of south Austin.

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