Cannabis in the Czech Republic is illegal for recreational use, but personal possession has been decriminalized since 1 January 2010 and medical cannabis has been legal since 1 April 2013.
Possession of up to 15 grams of dry cannabis for personal use, or cultivation of up to five plants, is classed as a misdemeanor under laws enacted in 2010 (via a non incrimination decree, 467/2009 Coll.). On conviction, a fine of up to 15,000CZK is applicable, but fines are typically much lower. However, cannabis remains illegal, and possession of larger amounts can lead to a jail sentence of one year. Trafficking is treated as a major crime, with the maximum penalty set at 18 years.
The Czech Republic is a young country, and adopted liberal drug laws upon first achieving statehood. Its liberal policies have been compromised repeatedly, but the most recent major legal change marked a major step forward—although its implementation may now be proving less progressive than was first hoped.
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