LSD is perhaps the most well-known hallucinogenic drug that produces a very strong psychoactive reaction. LSD is a controlled substance. A person may not consume, possess or manufacture LSD. it is illegal to consume, possess, or manufacture any quantity of LSD. Rest assured that police officers and prosecutors take these cases very seriously. If you are arrested for LSD possession, you need to call Shawn asap at 616-438-6719 to get results!
Around 1943, a Swiss chemist discovered by accident the psychoactive properties of a chemical he had worked on while studying fungus. A small amount of lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) which was absorbed through his fingers. While he was riding home from work at the lab, he had a trip that made him realize afterward what he had discovered.
LSD comes from ergot, which is a plant fungus. The laboratory where the Swiss chemist who discovered LSD worked at, was working on research regarding ergot. The goal was to hopefully come up with some medical uses for the fungi.
LSD comes in liquid form and is sold on sugar cubes, stamps, or other materials for ingestion orally.
The United States military has done numerous experiments on LSD over decades. After these experiments, LSD was outlawed for use or possession in 1968. LSD is illegal to possess federally and in all 50 states.
In Michigan, there is also what is called “constructive possession,” which means you can be charged with a drug possession crime just by being in the place where the drug is being used or stored – regardless if it didn’t belong to you and you never intended to use it. Here is a page you can go to to see the legal definition of “constructive possession.”
Under Michigan Law (MCL 333.7403), drugs are listed in 5 categories of controlled substances.
Schedule I: A drug is classified as Schedule I if it has a high potential for abuse and has no accepted medical use in the United States and is not safe to use even under medical supervision. These types of drugs include LSD Ecstasy, Mushrooms, Heroin and Peyote.
Penalties for individuals found to be in possession of Schedule I or II controlled substances:
A conviction for possession of a controlled substance like LSD carries with it potential prison or jail time, massive fines that can cost thousands of dollars and other consequences that can ruin your life. Here is a list of some of the consequences:
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