It is very important to remember that you must always check with the local laws before you purchase marijuana products from a recreational dispensary. Although most stores will allow customers to purchase marijuana and cannabis products without a prescription, some do require a valid ID. If you are caught in an illegal arrest, you may lose your ability to purchase cannabis or marijuana products from the store. In addition to the penalties associated with being caught selling or cultivating cannabis, you could lose your house, your car, and more.Do you want to learn more? Visit Cannasseur Pueblo West-Dispensaries
A legitimate, licensed, and recreational cannabis store will not sell you cannabis products unless you purchase them from them. If you are offered cannabis by an undercover officer, it is best to refuse and not purchase any of the items. If you are asked for ID, politely refuse again until the officer understands you will only purchase marijuana if you are legally permitted to do so in your state. When purchasing cannabis from a medical dispensary, you will be required to sign a form acknowledging that you are aware of the difference between medical and recreational legal cannabis. If you are offered cannabis products by an officer, it is best to decline and refuse again until the officers understand you will only purchase marijuana from a legally licensed medical cannabis store.
As long as you are over 21 years old and are using a valid ID, you can legally consume small amounts of cannabis or marijuana. However, if you are caught transporting or selling cannabis to people younger than 21 years old, you could be arrested and sent to prison for up to two years. Even if you are caught transporting or selling pot in other states, you can be sent to prison for up to three years. As long as you are not violating any other laws, you should not worry about violating the law in the state when it comes to buying, selling, or consuming cannabis.