How to ship weed?

How to ship weed

How to ship weed? The law is clear about what you can ship and how.

Below are the rules and information from the Rossen Law Firm, LLP. Their lawyers have over 30 years of experience in advising people about laws concerning cannabis, from state to state. This blog is intended for informational purposes only and does not give you legal advice.

Q: I got a warning letter from a U.S. Customs Agent in Seattle. What do I do now?

A: Our advice is to ignore it and carry on. You can’t get arrested for receiving a Notice of Examination. We recommend contacting our firm for advice if you want to press the issue.

Q: What if someone shipped weed to me and I didn’t know about it? Can I get arrested for sending weed that way?

A: Yes. It’s not the first time that a CBP officer has targeted citizens for sending home-grown marijuana that they didn’t know was being delivered to them. See this blog for more information.

Q: I got a warning letter from a U.S. Customs Agent in Seattle. What do I do now?

A: Our advice is to ignore it and carry on. You can’t get arrested for receiving a Notice of Examination. We recommend contacting our firm for advice if you want to press the issue.

Q: How do I ship medical weed?

A: It is regulated by the state in which it is being shipped. State laws differ between the 17 states that have passed medical cannabis laws (see our blog post on these laws for more information). The Rossen Law Firm provides representation for individuals in these states who have been subjected to law enforcement action for the unlawful possession, sale, delivery, transfer or transportation of medical cannabis. For further information, click here.

Q: Can I ship weed and THC oil separately?

A: No. You can only ship one item per shipment. Check our Federal Regulations page to learn more about requirements for transporting medical cannabis.

Q: What if I’m in Canada, but I live in a state that has passed a medical marijuana law but I’m not receiving my medical cannabis from a state where it is legal?

A: It is legal to mail medical cannabis to a legal state. Please see our blog post for more information.

Q: I live in a state that has passed a medical marijuana law but I’m not receiving my medical cannabis from a state where it is legal. Can I mail it from another state?

A: No. Federal law does not allow you to ship to individuals living in non-legal states.

Q: Can I ship medical cannabis and THC oil separately?

A: No. You can only ship one item per shipment. Check our Federal Regulations page to learn more about requirements for transporting medical cannabis.

Q: What is the postal service like when you ship medical cannabis and THC oil?

A: The postal service is surprisingly not bad. Rossen Law Firm suggests contacting them for additional guidance.

Q: Will I get a bunch of “report of parcel” calls if I’m shipping medical cannabis?

A: No. In most cases, we recommend contacting our law firm to learn more about potential legal issues.

Q: Can I ship medical cannabis and THC oil directly from another state to my home address?

A: You can, but you may want to review our federal regulations page for information about some of the possible restrictions.

Q: Can I ship medical cannabis and THC oil directly from another state to my home address?

A: You can, but you may want to review our federal regulations page for information about some of the possible restrictions.

Q: Can I ship medical cannabis and THC oil directly from another state to my home address?

A: You can, but you may want to review our federal regulations page for information about some of the possible restrictions.

Q: Can I ship medical cannabis and THC oil directly from another state to my home address?

A: You can, but you may want to review our federal regulations page for information about some of the possible restrictions.

Q: How do I ship medical cannabis to Hawaii?

A: Hawaii is a federal state and the federal regulations don’t apply to medical cannabis there.

In closing, shipping weed and THC oil directly to Hawaii is illegal in most circumstances.