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The penalty is likely to be more severe if you are found to be supplying drugs dealing, selling or sharing. The police will probably charge you if they suspect you of supplying drugs. The amount of drugs found and whether you have a criminal record will affect your penalty.
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Amphetamines, barbiturates, cannabis, codeine, ketamine, methylphenidate Ritalinsynthetic cannabinoids, synthetic cathinones for example mephedrone, methoxetamine. Things that cause hallucinations, drowsiness or changes in alertness, perception of time and space, mood or empathy with others.Weed drug classification
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