Important Information and Warnings

12A person who has a registry identification card issued by the Division of Health is NOT exempt from prosecution if:

1. They drive, operate, or control a vehicle or vessel under power or sail while under the influence of medical marijuana. Unlawful amounts of marijuana in the blood or urine, per N.R.S. 484.379, are 10 nanograms per milliliter of urine and 2 nanograms per milliliter of blood.

2. They water ski, surfboard or use any similar device while under the influence of medical marijuana.

3. They operate an aircraft while under the influence of medical marijuana.

4. They have physical possession of a firearm while under the influence of medical marijuana.

5. They embark on an amusement ride while under the influence.

6. The possession of the marijuana or drug paraphernalia is discovered because the person engaged or assisted in the medical use of marijuana:
1. In a public place
2. In a detention facility, county jail, state prison.
3. While delivering marijuana to another person, even if they hold a registry card.

SPECIAL NOTE:

Holding a marijuana registry card does NOT exempt a person from the laws that apply to marijuana. It ONLY allows the holder of the card to possess:

1. One ounce of usable marijuana (defined in NRS 453A.160)
2. 3  mature marijuana plants (defined in NAC 453A.080, sec 2)
3. 4 immature marijuana plants (defined in NAC 453A.080, sec 1)
All other laws apply.

 


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