From Staff Reports
Having illegal drugs in your possession can obviously get you thrown in jail, but so can having any sort of device or instrument associated with them.
According to a provision in the Georgia code (section 16-13-32.2), it’s unlawful for any person to “use or possess with intent to use” anything for planting, cultivating, manufacturing, injecting or otherwise taking or preparing marijuana or a controlled substance. Examples include, but are not limited to, needles and pipes.
Commit the crime and you’re guilty of a misdemeanor.
— Daily Citizen staff writer Rachel Brown