Officials accidentally legalize marijuana: Ohio stops prosecution
Ohio law enforcement does not have the resources to prosecute people who have been possession of marijuana. After studying the law, the police found that in fact, although there are restrictions “on paper”, it is impossible to impose a fine in reality.
It is reported that a bill was passed on July 30, which states that if the THC level is less than 0.3 percent, then this is legal. But it turned out to be an amazing fact that law enforcement agencies and special laboratories cannot determine the percentage of THC in marijuana, which makes soft drugs completely resolved.
"Until these testing requirements are fixed ... it’s going to be very difficult to go after any marijuana cases in Ohio. You legalized marijuana in Ohio for the time being." Pappas said.
It is known today that state and law enforcement authorities have stopped of marijuana testing and will not charge anyone connected to the pot for several months until they find a way to determine the percentage of THC.