Criminal violations, such as driving while intoxicated, probation and loss of employment for a positive drug test are just some of the changes that routinely draw the attention of legal, medical and political pundits.
Much has changed over the last decade when it comes to cannabis law. While marijuana possession, sale and manufacture remain technically illegal in New Jersey and Pennsylvania on both the state and federal levels, the states differ on many of the enforcement protocols and penalties. This is particularly true in the area of medical marijuana (MMJ). Laws related to its legal use in New Jersey will continue to evolve.