What are the legal consequences of selling, giving, delivering, possessing or using crystal meth?
UK drug laws focus on penalties for possession and dealing. Drugs are defined as Class A, B or C and each classification has a different penalty. Those related to Class A substances are generally the most severe.
At present crystal meth in smokeable form is a Class B substance but if it is prepared for injection it becomes a Class A substance (as is the case with amphetamines). It's also worth noting that moves are afoot to upgrade all forms of crystal meth to a Class A drug. Drug laws are enforced and each local area has a strategy for tackling drug-related crime, including dealing and possession.
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