Liv Morgan made unexpected headlines after her arrest for possession, and more details about the charges are now coming to light. While fans had fun with the situation and turned it into meme, there are several key points to consider.

First, Liv Morgan has already been released from custody and assigned court date for Monday, February 12th, 2024 at the Sumter County Courthouse in Florida at 9 AM. . However, the impact of this incident on her employment and career plans remains a significant concern.

Initially, it was reported that Liv Morgan faced felony charge related to possession, specifically a level 4 felony in Florida. In Florida, felonies are categorized into different levels, each assigned a specific point value. For context, here’s a breakdown of the point values for each level of felony:

  • Level 1: 4 points
  • Level 2: 10 points
  • Level 3: 16 points
  • Level 4: 22 points
  • Level 5: 28 points
  • Level 6: 36 points
  • Level 7: 56 points
  • Level 8: 74 points
  • Level 9: 92 points
  • Level 10: 116 points

If a defendant scores less than 22 points for a third-degree felony, the judge may opt for a non-prison sentence unless there is a perceived danger to the community. Below is a description of each of the charges Liv Morgan is facing.

  • Possession of Cannabis 20 Grams or Less: In Florida, the possession of 20 grams or less of cannabis is considered a misdemeanor of the first degree. This offense is punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083 of the Florida Statutes. The severity of the punishment may vary depending on the specific circumstances of the case.
  • Possession of Synthetic Cannabinoid: Possession of synthetic drugs, such as spice, K2, or other substances with a chemical structure similar to illegal drugs, is addressed under Florida Statute 893.13. The severity of the offense and the associated penalties depend on factors such as the weight of the synthetic drug involved. In some cases, it may be classified as a third-degree felony, while in others, it could be treated as a first-degree misdemeanor.

In terms of WWE’s stance on the matter, there doesn’t appear to be any heat on Liv Morgan within the company. While marijuana is included in the Wellness Policy, WWE has not tested for it in years. In the past, a positive test for THC could result in a $2500 fine, but WWE Superstars are no longer concerned about having THC in their system.

As of the latest information, it seems that Liv Morgan’s WWE return plans have not been affected by this incident. Nevertheless, the situation will likely continue to evolve, and fans will be eager to see how it unfolds. For the latest updates on this story and more, stay tuned with Ringside News.

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