K2 Synthetic Marijuana Ban Is Newest Oklahoma Drug Law

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K2 Synthetic Marijuana Ban Is Newest Oklahoma Drug Law

  1. 1. K2 Synthetic Marijuana Ban Is Newest Oklahoma Drug LawOn November 1, 2010, a law banning K2, a form of synthetic marijuana, goes into effect asthe states newest drug law. Prior to the law taking effect, K2 was legally sold in Oklahoma asan herbal incense. However, users would smoke the incense to achieve a high that includeshallucinations. The synthetic marijuana also causes agitation, nausea, vomiting, excessivesweating, fever, along with dangerous spikes in blood pressure and heart beat.K2 is formed when dried herbs are sprayed with psychoactive chemicals which have beenbanned by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These chemicals are not considered tobe safe, but they have become increasingly popular as K2 use does not show up in typicalmarijuana drug screening.In Oklahoma, distribution of synthetic marijuana will be heavily prosecuted. Those convictedof Oklahoma drug distribution for selling K2 face up to two years in prison and $20,000 infines.The enactment of the ban on synthetic marijuana strengthens what some consider to be thealready stringent Oklahoma laws. Oklahoma drug possession, manufacture, cultivation, anddistribution are prosecuted severely, with mandatory minimum sentences and heavy fines.For example, a first offense of marijuana possession in Oklahoma is a misdemeanorpunishable by fines and up to a year in prison. However, a second conviction of Oklahomamarijuana possession is a felony punishable by up to ten years in prison, regardless of theamount of marijuana in the defendants possession. Even possession of drug paraphernaliais a misdemeanor, and conviction can result in a year in prison and fines up to $5,000.If you are charged with violating Oklahoma laws, including possession or distribution of K2 orother types of synthetic marijuana, it is important to consult with an experienced Oklahomalawyer to protect your rights, establish your drug defense, and to fight for the best possibleoutcome to your case.Buy LEGAL smoke at buy research chemicalsbuy ethylphenidate

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