Controlled Substances

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Controlled Substances
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  1. What are the requirements for narcotics to be classified schedule 1
    • High potential for abuse
    • No accepted medical use in the US
    • Lacks accepted safety for use under medical supervision
  2. LSD, Heroin, ecstasy, PCP, spice/bath salts are examples of what schedule of narcotic?
    Schedule 1
  3. What are the requirements for narcotics to be classified as schedule 2?
    • High potential for abuse
    • Currently has accepted medical use in treatment in the US, or accepted medical use with severe restrictions
    • Abuse of the substance may lead to severe psychological or physical dependence
  4. Opium, cocaine, methamphetamine, methadone, oxycontin are examples of what schedule of narcotic?
    Schedule 2
  5. What are the requirements for narcotics to be classified as schedule 3?
    • Has a potential for abuse less than substances in 1 and 2
    • Has a current accepted medical use in US
    • May lead to moderate or low physical dependency or high psychological dependence
  6. Hydrocodone, codeine, anabolic steroids, ketamine are what schedule of narcotic?
    Schedule 3
  7. What are the requirements for narcotics to be classified as schedule 4?
    • Has a low potential for abuse relative to subtances in schedule 3
    • Current accepted medical use for treatment in US
    • Abuse of substance may lead to limited physical or psychological dependence
  8. What are requirements for schedule 5 narcotics?
    • Low potential for abuse relative to substances in schedule 4
    • Has current accepted medical use for treatment in US
    • Abuse may lead to limited physical or psychological dependence
  9. What classification of drug crime is possession of any weight of a schedule 1 or 2 drug?
    DF4
  10. What classification of drug crime is possession of any weight of a schedule 3, 4 or 5 drug?
    DM1
  11. What classification drug crime is distribution of a controlled substance more than 250 grams AND a schedule 1 or 2
    OR
    More than 112 gams of meth, ketamine, heroin or cathinone?
    DF1
  12. What classification drug crime is distribution of any schedule 1 or 2 to a minor and the adult is at least 2 years older?
    DF1
  13. What classification drug crime is the distribution of 14-250 grams of schedule 1 or 2, 7-112 grams of meth, heroin, ketamine?
    DF2
  14. What classification drug crime is an adult distributes and quantity of a schedule III or schedule IV to a minor and the adult is at least 2 years older
    DF2
  15. What classification drug crime is distribution involves distribution of less than 14 grams of Schedule I or II; Distribution of less than 7 grams of methamphetamine, Heroin, Ketamine
    DF3
  16. What are some characteristics make you a drug special offender?
    • You commit felony distribution and this is basically your career (most of your income and you have a special skill/expertise)
    • You are in a conspiracy to sell drugs as a pattern of distribution
    • Imported into Colorado more than 14 grams of sch I or II or more than 7 grams of meth, heroin, ketamine, or cathinone
    • Used, displayed, or possessed on his or her person or within his or her immediate reach a deadly weapon
    • The defendant or a confederate possessed a firearm to which they had access in a manner that posed a risk to others or in a vehicle the defendant was occupying at the time of the commission
    • The defendant got a child to sell or help sell (age is strict liability)
    • The defendant engaged in a continuing criminal enterprise by violating an felony provision and the drug violation is a part of a continuing series of 2 or more drug violations on separate occasions with 5 or more people acting in concert and the defendant is in a position of management of the ring and that is his source of income
    • Distribution on school grounds or vehicle, public housing development, or within 1000 feet
  17. What classification drug crime is it if the distribution involves distribution of less than 4 grams of Schedule III or IV controlled substance
    DF4
  18. Describe 18-18-405 Unlawful distribution, manufacturing, dispensing or sale
    • it is unlawful for any person knowingly to manufacture, dispense, sell, or distribute,
    • or to possess with the intent to manufacture, dispense, sell, or distribute, a controlled substance;
    • or induce; attempt to induce, or conspire with one or more other persons to manufacture, dispense, sell, or distribute,
    • or to possess with the intent to manufacture, dispense, sell, or distribute, a controlled substance;
    • or possess one or more chemicals or supplies or equipment with the intent to manufacture a controlled substance

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