NJ criminal possession has always been "without a valid prescription". Not much has changed except where you can get the MJ and when and why you can have it.Ask a similar question
I agree with Mr. Cheser.
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My understanding of the present state of the law is that the NJ State Legislature has approved medical marijuana subject to the implementation by the Governor's office of a system for marijuana plant growth and product distribution. As this distribution system is not yet established, it is impossible in NJ to obtain medical marijuana; and therefore possession of marijuana for any purpose remains a crime. I could be wrong, but that is my understanding of the present state of affairs.
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