§1104. Trafficking in or furnishing counterfeit drugs
A person is guilty of trafficking in or furnishing counterfeit drugs if the person
intentionally or knowingly trafficks in or furnishes a substance that the person represents
to be a scheduled drug but that in fact is not a scheduled drug but is capable of
causing death or serious bodily injury when taken or administered in the customary
or intended manner.
1993, c. 674, §3 (AMD)
Trafficking in or furnishing counterfeit drugs is a Class C crime.
1975, c. 499, §1 (NEW)
If a person uses a motor vehicle to facilitate the trafficking or furnishing of
a counterfeit drug, the court may, in addition to other authorized penalties, suspend
the person's driver's license, permit, privilege to operate a motor vehicle or right
to apply for or obtain a license for a period not to exceed 5 years. A suspension
may not begin until after any period of incarceration is served. If the court suspends
a person's driver's license, permit, privilege to operate a motor vehicle or right
to apply for or obtain a license, the court shall notify the Secretary of State of
the suspension and the court shall take physical custody of the person's license.
The Secretary of State may not reinstate the person's driver's license, permit, privilege
to operate a motor vehicle or right to apply for or obtain a license unless the person
demonstrates that, after having been released and discharged from any period of incarceration
that may have been ordered, the person has served the period of suspension ordered
by the court.
1993, c. 674, §4 (NEW)
1975, c. 499, §1 (NEW).
1993, c. 674, §§3,4 (AMD).
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