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Re: Are atypical antipsychotics controlled substances?

Posted by rvanson on April 26, 2007, at 14:00:56

In reply to Are atypical antipsychotics controlled substances?, posted by Cynthia_Greene on April 26, 2007, at 11:16:35

> Just curious, because I've heard of people who have bought and sold them on the streets. My friend who was on Seroquel said that his friends often asked to try his pills.
> I asked if it makes you feel good, and he said that it first makes you feel like you're on ecstasy then you pass out.
> I just can't believe people would want to illegally abuse antipsychotic meds.

In a word, no, not in the USA.

But you need to have a script to be perfectly legal.

If you have an accident with injuries and the meds show up in your bloodwork or urine or your have them on you, the prosecution can use that against you to show proof that you were abusing a drug without a Pdocs Rx and therefore are at fualt as you were impaired without any reasonable excuse to be so.

So how do they know you had them in your possession in the first place, you ask?

Simple. The police either ask you, and most people will admit it, therefor the police now have "probable cause" to search you and your car or surroundings, or they find the bottle or a pill in plain sight in your car or on you, and that is the end of the story.

I was on jury duty for exactly this reason, so I know first hand about this case.




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