There are a variety of drug offenses that can be charged in the state of Oklahoma. Conviction of the possession or distribution of marijuana carries penalties that depend on the amount of drugs that are found at the time of arrest. The punishment can also be dependent on whether it is a first offense or second offense.
If there is a first offense for possession, it is not classified as a felony. Instead, there is a one year incarceration and zero monetary fine. After the first offense, possession may be classified as a felony. A two to 10 year period of imprisonment may be levied against a defendant who is found guilty. As with first time offenders, there is no monetary fine associated with the offense.