Supplying prohibited drugs constitutes a significant drug-related offense, treated with utmost seriousness by the legal system, as evidenced in the drug supply sentencing guidelines. Within the framework of the Drug Misuse and Trafficking Act 1985 (NSW), three prevalent drug supply offenses are outlined:
|Prohibited Drug||Cannabis leaf||Cocaine||Heroin||MDMA(Ecstasy)||LSD|
|Traffickable Quantity||300g||3g||3g||0.75g||0.003 grams (15 tabs)|
Supply involves providing or transferring a prohibited drug to another person, whether for money, goods, or any other consideration. Possession, on the other hand, is simply having physical control over the drug.
Penalties for drug supply in NSW depend on factors like the type and quantity of drugs involved, as well as whether the offence is categorised as small, indictable, or commercial supply. Penalties can range from fines to lengthy imprisonment.
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