Georgia Code Title 16. Crimes and Offenses § 16-12-231

The following persons and entities, when acting in accordance with the provisions of this article, shall not be subject to arrest, prosecution, or any civil or administrative penalty, including a civil penalty or disciplinary action by a professional licensing board, or be denied any right or privilege, for the medical use, prescription, administration, manufacture, or distribution of low THC oil:

(1) A registered patient who is in possession of an amount of low THC oil authorized under Code Section 16-12-191 or such patient's caregiver, parent, or guardian;

(2) A physician who certifies a patient to the Department of Public Health as being diagnosed with a condition or in a hospice program and authorized to use low THC oil for treatment pursuant to Code Section 31-2A-18 ;

(3) A pharmacist or pharmacy that dispenses or provides low THC oil to a registered patient;

(4) The commission or its employees or contractors associated with the production of low THC oil in accordance with this article;  and

(5) A designated university, an employee of a designated university, or any other person associated with the production of low THC oil in accordance with this article.

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