Here's the problem ... and it's a big one. In Georgia, possession of a tiny bit of weed is a misdemeanor that can land you in jail for 1 year. And, if it's more than an ounce, it becomes a FELONY and the maximum penalty is A DECADE BEHIND BARS.
By contrast ... in California 28.5 grams of pot or less is like a traffic ticket. And more than 28.5 grams is just a misdemeanor with the max penalty of 6 months in county jail.
Also in California, you can avoid criminal prosecution altogether by simply getting a medical marijuana card. There's no such thing in Georgia.
As for sizzurp ... in Georgia even a tiny bit of unprescribed codeine can land you in prison for 15 YEARS.
In California ... a little sizzurp is a felony, but the maximum punishment is 3 years.
Short story ... Justin may be making a colossal mistake.