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www.legalmatch.com/law-library/article/heroin-state-and-federal-penalties.html

Aug 22, 2016 ... Heroin is a Schedule I drug, and thus there are very severe penalties ... Authored by Ken LaMance, LegalMatch Law Library Managing Editor ...

statelaws.findlaw.com/california-law/california-heroin-laws.html

Heroin and other narcotics remain illegal under both federal and state law. ... and the potential consequences of a prosecution for the drug's possession or sale ...

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Choose a link from the list below for state-specific laws on heroin, including punishment for possession, sale, and ... Browse State Criminal Law by Topics.

www.heroinaddiction2.com/heroin-legal-consequences.htm

Legal Consequences of Heroin: Strict penalties are provided for drug convictions, including mandatory prison terms for many offenses. Federal law states that ...

www.opium.org/legal-ramifications-of-heroin-addiction.html

Being charged with possession, distribution, public intoxication, and DWI are some of the potential legal ramifications of heroin addiction.

www.criminaldefenselawyer.com/resources/criminal-defense/drug-charges/heroin-possession-charge.htm

Now, under federal law and the laws of all fifty states, heroin possession is a ... indeed might have faced dire consequences if he tried to take possession of it.

www.heroin.org/articles/consequences-of-heroin-abuse.html

Heroin abuse causes many health consequences that people do not always know ... Many people face legal consequences as a result of their heroin abuse.

www.drugrehab.us/addiction/legal-problems

Legal consequences of addiction are common including: DUI, domestic violence, theft, etc. Here's a list of common legal consequences of drug abuse and ...

www.drugabuse.net/drug-policy/penalties-for-drug-abuse

Here in the United States, the punishment is not that severe, but there are still some very serious consequences in store for those who break the law.

law.jrank.org/pages/11810/Heroin.html

Sale of heroin in general: Class A felony, Participation in "continuing criminal enterprise": unclassified felony. ARIZONA, 13-3401, et seq.; 36-2501, et seq.