My question involves criminal law for the state of: Indiana
State will need to prove that a substance was in fact marijuana based solely on the testimony of a witness. Witness will state they know it was marijuana because that is what they believe. On cross examination of the witness, can the defense admit into evidence a baggie of substance, hand it to the witness and ask what it is? The baggie would contain smokable hemp, which is legal, specifically excluded from the definition of Marijuana in the criminal statute and indistinguishable from illegal marijuana without a laboratory test, the hemp would have the paperwork from supplier certifying what it is. Thanks!