Jamiacan Gov't issues Ganja Law fact sheet

KINGSTON, Jamaica – The Ministry of Justice has prepared a fact sheet on the Dangerous Drugs (Amendment) Act 2015 (DDA).

The sheet outlines the main changes that have been made by the DDA in relation to the possession of ganja, smoking the substance as well as importing and cultivating it. 

The Act also makes special provisions for people of the Rastafarian Faith and visitors to the island who intend to use medical marijuana. 

In the fact sheet, the ministry also explains that failing to pay a ticket for possession of two ounces (or less) of marijuana  will lead to a conviction which will be recorded on the offender’s criminal record.

The fact sheet can be seen in full here.

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