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Criminal Jury Instructions

 

CONTROLLED DRUGS

"Controlled drugs" are those drugs which contain any quantity of a substance which has been designated as subject to the federal Controlled Substances Act, or which has been designated as a depressant or stimulant drug pursuant to federal food and drug laws, or which has been designated by the Commissioner of Consumer Protection pursuant to section 21a-243, as having a stimulant, depressant or hallucinogenic effect upon the higher functions of the central nervous system and as having a tendency to promote abuse or psychological or physiological dependence, or both.  Such controlled drugs are classifiable as amphetamine-type, barbiturate-type, cannabis-type, cocaine-type, hallucinogenic, morphine-type and other stimulant and depressant drugs.  Specifically excluded from controlled drugs and controlled substances are alcohol, nicotine and caffeine.

Source:  General Statutes § 21a-240 (8) (applies to Chapter 420b:  Dependency Producing Drugs, §§ 21a-240 -- 21a-283a). 

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