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Attorney General Greg Smith said that existing drug Saucony Omni 12
"There is no silver bullet to protect people from the scourge of these psychoactivesubstances, but the NSW Government now has ground breaking laws in place which willcontinue to make a significant impact," Mr Roberts said.
Once a substance has been identified and concerns relating to its misuse, health risks andany criminal activity associated with the substance have been considered, it can bespecifically included in Schedule 1 of the Drug Misuse and Trafficking Act.
In addition, 45 new substances, which consist mainly of synthetic cannabinoids, cathinoneanalogues and synthetic phenethylamines, are now considered prohibited drugs afterbeing added to Schedule 1 of the DMTA on 27 September 2013.
The amendments to the Drug Misuse and Trafficking Act 1985 (DMTA) make it an offenceto possess, manufacture, supply, or advertise psychoactive substances, with penalties of$2,200 or two years imprisonment.
These new laws are designed to outlaw all synthetic psychoactive drugs and preventmanufacturers from passing through legal loopholes by tweaking the drugs' chemicalstructures. Recent incidents have clearly demonstrated that customer safety is not apriority for many synthetic drug producers.
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"These products can contain untested chemicals, with unknown toxicity and potential foraddiction and adverse reaction. They pose an extreme risk to the user, who has no way ofknowing what experimental chemicals they Reebok Trainers Grey
"This will then allow existing serious drug offences to be used against people dealing insuch substances. These offences carry penalties of up to life imprisonment depending onthe circumstances," Mr Smith said.
Applicable penalties range from $2,200 or 12 months imprisonment for possession and$2,200 or two years imprisonment for supply and manufacture offences.
Retailers should note that there is now no such thing as a "legal" sale of these substancesand a retailer found selling or advertising them could be arrested and face criminalcharges.
The DMTA has also been amended to make it an offence to possess, supply, ormanufacture substances listed in Schedule 9 of the Commonwealth Poisons Standard.
"The new offences are not intended to displace the existing framework for drug legislation,but to work in conjunction with them," Mr Smith said.
"In other words, they are playing Russian roulette with their health."
Minister for Mental Health Kevin Humphries said synthetic drugs in all their formsrepresent a real danger to people's safety and well being and have been known to lead toserious injury, illness and in some instances death.
offences under the Drug Misuse andTrafficking Act would continue to apply, noting the recent insertion of numerous syntheticdrugs into Schedule 1 of that act.
which appear on the market can be prohibited under thenew offences and a penalty of up to two years imprisonment will apply to their sale andmanufacture.
Synthetic drugs outlawed under new NSW legislation
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