Possession Of THC Concentrate | Hash, Oils And Waxes

Marijuana and marijuana concentrate contain the same active component — tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC. However, in Texas, possession of cannabis oils or cannabis waxes is punished much more severely than possession of marijuana.

While some states have decriminalized marijuana and marijuana extracts, anyone charged with possession of THC in Texas will need a strong criminal defense.

At Hoelscher Gebbia, PLLC, we fight to protect the rights of individuals facing marijuana-related charges. To discuss your case with an experienced trial lawyer and advocate, contact our San Antonio law office today.

Dabs And Oils

Generally, in Texas, possession of marijuana is a misdemeanor if the amount is less than 4 ounces, but possession of even a small amount of marijuana concentrate is a felony.

Often these charges result when people are arrested after bringing marijuana concentrates to Texas from other states. These concentrates can be obtained in various forms, such as dabs and hash oil. Whether the THC product is known as dabs, shatter, wax, honey oil, budder or butane hash oil (BHO), Texas drug laws place these concentrates in the same category as more serious drugs like PCP and Ecstasy.

Being convicted of possessing less than 1 gram of marijuana concentrate can result in a felony record, up to two years in jail, a fine of up to $10,000, and driver's license suspension. The penalties increase significantly for possession of larger amounts of THC.

If you have been arrested for possession of marijuana waxes or marijuana oils, do not hesitate to start protecting your rights. The stakes are too high to let the prosecution go unchallenged.

Contact Hoelscher Gebbia, PLLC, Today

As committed advocates for marijuana law reform, we welcome the opportunity to defend the rights and freedom of people facing marijuana-related charges. We know how to investigate these cases for procedural flaws on the part of police, and we explore every available option for having the charge reduced or dismissed.

For a consultation to discuss your case with an experienced attorney, contact us online or call our office in San Antonio at 210-570-9902. We are here to help.