Monday, 25. February 2013
Laws regarding methamphetamine range widely from state to state and vary depending on the conditions of the specific offense. However, if Walt and Jesse were operating in Minnesota, what laws would they be up against? What criminal consequences might they face?
It is illegal to manufacture, sell, or possess methamphetamine in Minnesota. It is also illegal to possess methamphetamine precursor drugs with the intent to manufacture methamphetamine. This information brief explains the laws on methamphetamine, including crimes and penalties for violations of the law, restrictions on the sale of precursor drugs, and regulations regarding the use and cleanup of property used for manufacturing methamphetamine.
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