It is no surprise that the military has a strict policy against drug use; however, some individuals assume that they can get around the laws and regulations by using synthetic drugs. Over the years, synthetic drugs have become an increasing concern for the United States Armed Forces, and a steady rise in synthetic marijuana use has been seen in bases across the United States.

PENALTIES FOR USING SYNTHETIC MARIJUANA / K2 / SPICE

Synthetic marijuana, sometimes referred to as K2 or spice, has been known to cause serious mental and physical health complications. Being arrested and charged with the use, sale or manufacturing of this substance can lead to very serious penalties. If you have been arrested, you need to contact an experienced military defense lawyer from Crisp and Associates Military Law.

Numerous studies have shown that synthetic marijuana has become a serious problem for the military and that the drug is being abused by more and more people each year. Each branch of the military has a record of punishing service members who have been found guilty of using this drug. Penalties can include prison time, confinement, loss of rank, and dishonorable discharge.

Some military members assume that the drug will not be detected on urine tests or chemical analysis, but this is not necessarily true. If you are found to have been in possession or under the influence of a synthetic drug, you could be facing immense penalties such as those described above. Our firm has the experience in law enforcement and the military to effectively defend you.

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When you are faced with a criminal charge, it is important that you take the time to contact an experienced and trusted legal representative right away. When you work with our team, we can immediately begin to investigate your case and work diligently to provide you with best possible resolution to your situation. If you have been charged with any drug-related offense and you are interested in seeking the guidance of an attorney, do not hesitate to contact Crisp and Associates Military Law today and schedule a consultation with our team.