Part drug war survival handbook, part criminal law 101, BUSTED! is the bible on how to not get busted, and what to do if you find yourself in any of these (and many other) situations.
What to do if:
I'm whacked-out and face-to-face with the fuzz...page 89
My party warrants police action...page 130
I get pulled over while wasted...page 158
My boss springs a gotcha! drug test at the j-o-b-page 197
I can't remember the Busted! Ten Commandments...page 327
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August 09, 2005
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Excerpt from Busted! by M. Chris Fabricant
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DRUG AND DRUG-PARAPHERNALIA POSSESSION
There are almost as many ways to get nabbed for possession as there are drugs to possess, and all methods offer the same result in the same order: bust, strip search, jail, body-cavity search (oh, yeah), guilty plea, more jail, criminal record. Rinse. Repeat if necessary.
Drug-possession law ought to be simple enough: Have drugs, will get busted. And it's often that simple. But what if it's just some stems and seeds, or some flaky white stuff in a Baggie? What if some bastard sold you a bag of baby powder and called it cocaine?
What about that dope you stashed in your girl's panties? What if those are your panties? And who's on the hook for the fat lines on the drafting table at the "fashion show" that just got busted? How about the fatty in the ashtray of the Cooper-nowhere-to-hide-Mini that just got pulled over? Or the weed growing in your roommate's closet?
And how can you get busted on a paraphernalia charge when you bought that bong in a legit store and paid your damn sales tax? Maybe you just connected a friend to a source, or drove her to her dealer on your way to Sunday school. What do you mean she OD'd? Manslaughter?! All I did was pass on a beeper number! Maybe it's time you went to the emergency room yourself?
My God, the dope is everywhere?. I'm going to need a lawyer.