Utah is a state with harsh marijuana laws. Due to this, residents of the Beehive State should educate themselves on local paraphernalia laws in order to better protect themselves from fines and jail time.
Here is Utah’s Occupations & Professions Code 58-37a-5 in its entirety.
|Less than 1 oz||misdemeanor||6 mos||$1,000|
|1 oz - 1 lb||misdemeanor||1 year||$2,500|
|1 - 100 lbs||felony||5 years||$5,000|
|More than 100 lbs||felony||1 - 15 years||$10,000|
|Any amount||felony||5 years||$5,000|
|In the presence of a minor or within 1000 ft of a school and other designated public areas is subject to increased penalties.|
|Hash & Concentrates|
|Penalties for hashish are the same as for marijuana. Please see the marijuana penalties section for further details.|
|Possession of paraphernalia||misdemeanor||6 mos||$1,000|
|Sale of paraphernalia||misdemeanor||1 year||$2,500|
|To a minor||felony||5 years||$5,000|
|Any conviction will result in a driver's license suspension for 6 months.|