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Unlike some jurisdictions where attempts are being made to decriminalize the possession of marijuana for personal use-- even within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania-- the possession of a small amount of marijuana is not tolerated by law enforcement in Centre County. The offense is considered an “ungraded” misdemeanor which carries a penalty of up to 30 days in prison or a fine not to exceed 0 or both.
Land located west of the Allegheny River and Conewango Creek was set aside for Depreciation and Donation lands while land east of these rivers was opened to settlement as soon as preemption applications for squatters already living in the area between Lycoming Creek and Pine Creek were settled.
Though laws surrounding the use, possession and distribution of marijuana continue to evolve around the United States and often vary significantly from state to state, the possession of Marijuana for personal use remains illegal under Pennsylvania law. Where the facts and circumstances preclude any meaningful litigation of the case, in most cases we will be able to negotiate a plea agreement for Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition, 30 days of probation, or simply a fine.
Nowhere is this more true than here in State College, Pennsylvania which, because of the large number of young college students, is often viewed by local police and prosecutors as a hotbed of marijuana use. If you or a loved one have been charged with the Possession of a Small Amount of Marijuana for Personal Use, we urge you to contact the State College criminal defense attorneys at Rehmeyer & Allatt for a free consultation.
A list of the names of Donation Land claimants giving their rank, regiment, lot number, and district where lot was located.
The Donation Land tracts actually surveyed are depicted by Map 6 appearing on page 164 of Donna Bingham Munger, Pennsylvania Land Records, A History and Guide for Research (Wilmington: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1991).