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This is a complicated subject, as Section 4 only allows 2.5 oz per card.  That is the hard limit to show your card and walk.  Over it and you get arrested.

 

However, section 8 allows for any amount that is necessary to ensure an uninterrupted supply.  This is NOT a protection of your card, it is a DEFENSE in court.

 

Meaning, if you have more than 2.5 oz and get popped, you go to jail, see a judge, and your lawyer can argue that you required more than 2.5 oz.  If the judge and or jury believe you, then you get out of jail... 

 

Please be aware, that your card only protects you from jail for 12 plants and 2.5 oz max.  Anything else and you are arrested, they confiscate everything and let you talk to a judge or the DA about it.

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This is a complicated subject, as Section 4 only allows 2.5 oz per card.  That is the hard limit to show your card and walk.  Over it and you get arrested.

 

However, section 8 allows for any amount that is necessary to ensure an uninterrupted supply.  This is NOT a protection of your card, it is a DEFENSE in court.

 

Meaning, if you have more than 2.5 oz and get popped, you go to jail, see a judge, and your lawyer can argue that you required more than 2.5 oz.  If the judge and or jury believe you, then you get out of jail... 

 

Please be aware, that your card only protects you from jail for 12 plants and 2.5 oz max.  Anything else and you are arrested, they confiscate everything and let you talk to a judge or the DA about it.

Succinct and on point.  Good explanation.

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I do not believe you can have 2.5 on deck if you are a patient who grows for your self. You can name a caregiver though, while retaining your plant rights, and they could hold 2.5 for you while you have up to 2.5 in your possession. This also allows for a additional layer of protection if you ever needed someone to perform a task in the grow while you we're in the hospital, traveling or just incapacitated. Just my interpretation, hope this helps.

 

P.S. above refers only to section 4 protection.

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