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American History

 

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John B

 

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June 23, 2015

 

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In 1951 the "Boggs law" came into effect, witch required sever mandatory penalties for any drug offense. That law was modified by the narcotics control act of 1956 witch again raised the bar to witch drug offenders where senteced to. The essential summary of the narcotics control act on possession of illegal substances is "The 1956 act calls for the following penalties for the illegal possessi0on of drugs: (1) first offense, 2 to 10 years imprisonment and a fine not to exceed $20,000; (2) second offense five to twenty years imprisonment, and a fine not to exceed $20,000; (3) third or subsequent offense, ten to forty years imprisonment plus a fine of a least $20,000...
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Even after these laws where brought into actual use we still only saw an increase in the use of drugs, particularly Marijuana and Amphetamines. With the rise in use peaking in 1979, preisdent Ronald reagon inacted his "war on drugs" policy witch only further increased the mandatory sentencing for those arrested for possession or trafficking ...
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