Ketamine, referred to as a club drug, can be extremely popular with minors. But in California, there are laws to punish anyone involved in selling, supplying, giving away, or administering ketamine to a minor.
It means the defendant exchanged something of value, such as goods, money, or service, with a minor for the purposes of selling them ketamine.
In California, giving away a controlled substance is a crime. The defendant can still face criminal charges.
It means the defendant purposefully applied the drug to a minor. For example, the defendant may have injected the drug into the minor or put it into another substance, like a drink.
A prosecutor must prove beyond a reasonable doubt a defendant:
A defendant convicted of the charge faces a felony conviction, punishable by 3 to 9 years in prison.
Yes, there are a few defenses. Such as:
Yes. Contact a lawyer for help with your criminal case.
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