Class B drugs
These include amphetamines, such as speed and barbiturates, and cannabis.
People found guilty of possessing a Class B drug could go to jail for up to five years and be fined.
Those caught and found guilty of trafficking a Class B drug can be sent to prison for up to 14 years.16 Dec 2004
What is a Class B drug?
Class B substances include drugs such as Cocaine, Ecstasy, amphetamines, and other related substances. Individuals caught in possession of Class B substance usually receive a punishment of one to two years in prison if charged. Class C substances are relaxers or mood stabilizers.
What drugs are legal in UK?
What are the current UK drug laws? Under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971, illegal drugs are divided into Class A, B and C. Penalties are most severe for Class A drugs like crack cocaine and heroin, and least severe for Class C drugs like khat and anabolic steroids.30 Oct 2014
What are the 5 classes of drugs?
Here are the five main categories and some information about each:
- Central nervous system depressants.
- Central nervous system stimulants.
- Opiates and Opiodes.
What class drug is Ket UK?
Ketamine, the horse tranquiliser used as a party drug, is to be upgraded to a Class B banned substance. Crime Prevention Minister Norman Baker said he hoped to send a message that the drug was harmful.12 Feb 2014