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  • Additional Penalties for Drug Possession/Transportation/Sales, HS 11370.4
    Additional Penalties for Drug Possession/Transportation/Sales, HS 11370.4

    Sales of Heroin or Cocaine, Possession for Sales of Heroin or Cocaine, or Conspiracy to commit the offenses, HS 11351, HS 11351.5, or HS 11352, may carry additional penalties if the amount of the ...

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  • Possession of a Heroin: HS 11350
    Possession of a Heroin: HS 11350

    Unfortunately, heroin has become very popular in recent years – primarily because of the opioid epidemic. Quite a few heroin users started using prescription opioid painkillers – Fentanyl, OxyContin, ...

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  • Possession of Controlled Substances
    Possession of Controlled Substances

    Possession of Controlled Substances: HS 11377 & HS 11350 Methamphetamine, Heroin, Cocaine, Fentanyl, and other controlled substances are a real problem in San Diego County. For example, in 2014, over ...

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  • Prescription Drug Abuse
    Prescription Drug Abuse

    What happens if I have prescription medications without a prescription? Every day in the US people are prescribed prescription medications legally to treat chronic pain, anxiety, depression, bipolar ...

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  • Possession of a Heroin for Sale: HS 11351
    Possession of a Heroin for Sale: HS 11351

    Heroin has gained popularity in recent years because of opioid abuse involving prescription drugs. Recent studies indicate that nearly 50 percent of young people who inject heroin started abusing ...

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  • Possession of Concentrated Cannabis: HS 11357(a)
    Possession of Concentrated Cannabis: HS 11357(a)

    Proposition 47 passed in November 2014, and it reduced simple possession of concentrated cannabis to a misdemeanor; however, the consequences for possessing cannabis are still very serious. If the ...

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