The Beehive State still prohibits marijuana possession and sale, with only a few, narrow medical exceptions. This is an introduction to Utah’s marijuana laws.
For the most part, marijuana possession and sale are illegal in Utah. A conviction for selling pot in the state constitutes a felony punishable by up to 15 years in prison, depending on the amount and location of the sale, and the criminal history of the seller. Utah does allow patients suffering from epileptic disorders to use cannabidiol (CBD) in limited concentrations for medical treatment. The table below lists Utah’s marijuana statutes.
1-16 oz. not yet extracted from plant: Class A misdemeanor;
Over 1 lb.-100 lbs.: 3rd degree felony;
Over 100 lbs.: 2nd degree felony;
Subsequent offense: one degree greater penalty than provided for
3rd degree felony;
Subsequent offense: 2nd degree felony;
Within 1000 ft. of school or sale to a minor: one degree more than provided except 1st degree felony is 5 yrs. mandatory
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