Illegal Use of Adderall and the Criminal Consequences


Attorney Tyson Mutrux describes in this video Illegal Use of Adderall and the Criminal Consequences.

Hi, this is Greg from the Mutrux Law Firm and today we’re going to talk about some non-typical drugs that you wouldn’t think about for possession of drugs. Most people think of Marijuana, Cocaine, those types of drugs. But today we’re going to talk about adderrol.

Now, adderall is very popular with college age students and typically most kids get it unprescribed. Now, the problem is that even with just one adderall unprescribed the state can charge you with a Class C Felony. Class C Felonies in the State of Missouri range in punishment up to 7 years in prison. If you have any more questions about adderall please give us a call at 888-550-4026.



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