... for a pain pill they did not give me any but I am being acused of breaking the law. I know if I got the pill that is illegal but I didn't. Whats the law
I'm not sure about the question here, but if you mean you asked someone to give you a prescription med without a prescription, you are the one breaking the law, not them. If you get ripped off while engaged in an illegal transaction then both sides of the transaction are in violation. Hope this helps.
Hi, as the last member wrote, it would depend where in the world you live? In the UK, attempting to buy prescription only drugs off prescription is illegal, and both parties would be liable for prosecution if the deal was complete. If you attempted this transaction but didn't receive the 'drugs', you are still breaking the law because you were willing to carry out this act.
Hello rdbrown123. I look at it in this manner. If it is not perscribed for you, be it narcotic, or for that matter any drug, it is not yours to take. People forget one simple fact, that a person can have a severe negative reaction to whatever is being taken. A heart issue, blood pressure, breathing etc. Regards, pledge
if you had asked someone to give you a pain pill, and they GAVE it to you, then yes that is (technically) illegal, both for you and the person who gave it to you. On the RX pill bottle, it will usually inform: "Federal law prohibits the transfer of this drug to any person other than for whom it was perscribed"... although, this doesnt stop people from giving others their medications. Just be careful, even though the person didnt give u the pills (i assume that was the justification of ur question) u could have gotten into some major trouble... i know because ive been there. I hope this helps!!
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