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background_check_job_employment-300x300In November 2016, California voters approved Prop 64, making the recreational use of marijuana legal in the state. However, this does not mean that every person in California can do as he or she wants when it comes to the drug. There are still a number of ways that using marijuana can lead to you facing criminal charges.

Many people are confused about California’s legal marijuana laws. Here are some common questions we have heard, along with answers to those questions.

  • Can I Drive While Possessing Marijuana?

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