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Criminal Jury Instructions  

Criminal Jury Instructions

 

HALLUCINOGENIC SUBSTANCES

"Hallucinogenic substances" are psychodysleptic substances which assert a confusional or disorganizing effect upon mental processes or behavior and mimic acute psychotic disturbances. Exemplary of such drugs are mescaline, peyote, psilocyn and d-lysergic acid diethylamide, which are controlled substances under this chapter unless modified.

Source:  General Statutes § 21a-240 (23) (applies to Chapter 420b:  Dependency Producing Drugs, §§ 21a-240 -- 21a-283a).

Commentary:  See Defining the Controlled Substance in the Introduction to Drugs.  

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