Cadiz Law Firm

Although marijuana is legal in our state and you are allowed to grow your own plants, it doesn’t mean you can’t be charged with violating state or local law. There are several state restrictions on your ability to grow marijuana in addition to local municipal regulations which vary from city to city. These restrictions can relate to where you can grow, how many plants, the square footage allowed to grow, the types of lights you can use, and many more laws that cities are allowed to enact which are more restrictive than state law. If you have been charged with a cultivation violation it is best to contact an attorney who understands how Amendment 64 works alongside local zoning and ordinance violations.