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-----"If your son or daughter shares drugs with a friend, regardless of how the drugs were obtain, they can be charged as a drug dealer, even if they just giving the drugs away."
I was born in 1958, and my Mom told us this when we were growing up. I don't know what the laws were back then, but she warned us that people could face legal trouble should someone die after you gave them drugs or are involved in any way in this activity. Made perfect sense to me.
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