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F 16.040 n1 Possession of Paraphernalia: Agreement Or Contract To Purchase: Not Possession (HS 11364).
[See FORECITE F 12.00a.]
F 16.040 n2 Possession of Paraphernalia: Under The Influence Not Sufficient (HS 11364).
[See FORECITE F 12.00b.]
F 16.040 n3 Possession of Paraphernalia: Intoxication Or Mental Impairment As Defense To Knowledge Element (HS 11364).
[See FORECITE F 12.00 n1.]
F 16.040 n4 Possession of Paraphernalia: Juror Unanimity (HS 11364).
[See FORECITE F 12.00 n2.]
F 16.040 n5 Possession of Paraphernalia: Duty to Define “Right To Control (HS 11364).
[See FORECITE F 1.24 n5.]
F 16.040 n6 Possession of Paraphernalia: Marijuana Smoking Devices Not Illegal.
In 1975, Legislature deliberately decriminalized the possession of a device for smoking marijuana. (Health and Safety Code section 11364.) In re Johnny O. (2003) 107 CA4th 888 held that HS 11054(d)(20), which included tetrahydrocannabinols within the definition of a controlled substance, included only synthetic substances, not natural marijuana, and that, therefore, it was not unlawful to possess a device for smoking natural marijuana.