Drugs are never victimless crime. Click here to see how victimless it is. Drugs have decimated Dunlap Tennessee, just like they have every small town across America. They are not victimless and telling yourself that is ridiculous. Beth Higgins at the bottom of this page was given a chance and violated probation or parole. 26 grams of meth destroys a lot of lives. Children are involved and there are people with lesser offenses in real prison.
Tennessee Drug schedules are as follows:
- Schedule I drugs include those that are the most dangerous and have a high risk of addiction or dependency and no legitimate medical use. Drugs included under this heading include LSD, heroin and mescaline.
- Schedule II substances still have a high risk of abuse but may have legitimate medical uses. These include things like opium, cocaine, methadone, methamphetamines, and amphetamines.
- Schedule III drugs are slightly less dangerous than Schedule II substances, but still have a moderate risk of abuse. Schedule III substances include anabolic steroids, testosterone, ketamine, and some depressants.
- Schedule IV drugs have a slight risk of dependency and have very acceptable medical uses. Some Schedule IV drugs are clonazepam, tranquilizers, and sedatives.
- Schedule V substances have a very low risk of dependency and include things like Tylenol with Codeine.
- Schedule VI includes marijuana which is thought to have a very low risk of physical dependency.
- Schedule VII includes only Butyl Nitrate also called “poppers