What You Need to Know About Synthetic Marijuana
Posted By The Law Offices of Jeffrey C. Grass || 10-Nov-2014
Some states, including Texas, have passed laws that make synthetic marijuana illegal. If you’re charged with possessing or distributing synthetic marijuana, your criminal attorney can help you understand the potential penalties involved. Texas and other states have illegalized this drug because it is widely considered to be a significant risk to public health. Popularly called “Spice,” “K2,” and “No More Mr. Nice Guy,” this dangerous drug is not subject to safety testing. That means that manufacturers can add a whole slew of dangerous chemicals to the compound.
Synthetic marijuana has been linked to a number of serious health problems, including rapid heartbeat, elevated blood pressure, nausea, and vomiting. Users have been known to experience severe anxiety and agitation, and to suffer from hallucinations and other psychotic episodes. Seizures, tremors, and muscle spasms, in addition to suicidal thoughts or actions are also associated with the use of synthetic marijuana.
After you contact the Law Offices Of Jeffrey C. Grass to arrange for representation for a drug charge, our team of professional investigators will promptly begin investigating your case. Local residents can contact our criminal law firm at for a meeting with a criminal defense lawyer.
Categories: Drug Crimes