New Jersey drug crimes lawyer Adam M. Lustberg (https://www.lustberglaw.com/blog/is-possession-of-mushrooms-a-felony-in-new-jersey/) of Lustberg Law Offices recently delved into the complexities of mushroom possession laws in the state of New Jersey. In his comprehensive article titled “Is Possession of Mushrooms a Felony in New Jersey?”Attorney Lustberg explains the recent changes in drug laws and their impact on individuals found in possession of hallucinogenic mushrooms.
In the initial section of his article, the New Jersey drug crimes lawyer emphasizes the ongoing evolution of drug laws across the United States. He highlights how these changes are often driven by a desire to remedy the inefficacy and harshness of older laws. In New Jersey, for instance, possession of small amounts of hallucinogenic mushrooms, previously considered a Schedule 1 drug, has been reclassified.
The New Jersey drug crimes lawyer states, “Instead of facing charges for possession of a controlled substance, individuals found with one ounce or less of these mushrooms will now incur a maximum penalty of six months in jail and a fine of up to $1,000 under the new classification.”
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