What are the consequences for possession of marijuana paraphernalia in Florida?
Answer: So possession of paraphernalia is a misdemeanor. Once again, punishable by fines and probation and community service, potentially. Depending on the jurisdiction, they might want you to do a drug evaluation and treatment with random urinalysis. If you get convicted of possession of drug paraphernalia, you’ll never be able to get it off your record. So if you have other history, let’s say, and you didn’t get convicted, but all of a sudden you get convicted of drug paraphernalia—you’re going end up with a conviction potentially, which would prevent you from ever sealing or expunging your case.And possession of drug paraphernalia can be a lot of things. It can be a bag, it can be a pipe. It can be anything that ties the individual—especially if there’s any residue amount—to the marijuana, they will often charge paraphernalia as well.