In today’s ever-changing society, synthetic drugs and the legal problems associated with these drugs can be quite complex. In this article, our very own Attorney Jeffrey C. Grass addresses one of the major issues surrounding the distribution of synthetic drugs and the burden of proof needed to convict an individual for distribution charges, including whether or not the government must “prove that the individual knew that the substance constituted a controlled substance analogue, or is it sufficient merely to prove that the individual distributed the substance with the intention that it be for human consumption?” Attorney Grass discusses the matter while using real life examples from modern day court proceedings, scientific research and much more.


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