Effective July 1, 2014, the State must have evidence in addition to the weight of the drug to prove possession with intent to deal marijuana. Because of the new law, police may be more aggressive during interrogations to gather evidence of dealing when making a marijuana arrest. With offices in Lafayette and Fort Wayne, Gibson Law Office has extensive experience defending marijuana cases. Our criminal attorneys defend marijuana cases statewide, including in Crawfordsville, Frankfort, Muncie, Huntington, and Plymouth. If you are charged with dealing marijuana, you may have a viable defense if the State can’t prove that you had the intent to commit dealing.