Question: What are the consequences for possession of marijuana paraphernalia in Oklahoma?
Answer: Possession of paraphernalia is always a misdemeanor, but believe it or not it carries the same range of punishment that possession of marijuana carries as a misdemeanor. So even for simple possession of paraphernalia, you can get anywhere from zero days up to a year in jail and up to a $1,000 fine. The time that you could be facing in jail does not change with paraphernalia but the fines do. So if you get a subsequent charge for possession of paraphernalia, then the fines can continue to increase a little bit with each one.