Most drug dealers are not prosecuted in overdose deaths. There are 7 overdose deaths a day in the state of Florida. Most of our children will never see justice because the laws are not enforced.

" One party + one pill could equal the death of your child or someone else's. Law enforcement needs to enforce the laws "

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Florida: The unlawful killing of a human being: ...which resulted from the unlawful distribution of ANY controlled substance under s.893.03 (1) ... by a person 18 years of age or older, when such drug of the user, is murder in the first degree and
constitutes a capital felony, punishable as provided
in s.775.082. 2007 Florida Statutes;

 

State and Federal Drug Laws
Regarding Death or Serious Injury:
Anyone who delivers a controlled substance and that person dies as a result will face the following: It’s called: 1st Degree Murder, 2nd Degree Murder, Reckless Homicide, Drug Induced Homicide, Drug Induced Death, Homicide by Controlled Substance Controlled Substance Homicide, Criminally Negligent Homicide. The drug dealer may also may face Manslaughter 1 charges if they supplied that person and were present when that person died and you did nothing to save that person’s life.
Manslaughter in the first degree.(1) Criminal homicide constitutes manslaughter in the first degree when:(a) It is committed recklessly under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life.

 

Florida Statute Title XLVI Chapter 843 Obstruction Justice - 843.21- Depriving crime victim of medical care. A person who takes custody of or exercises control over a person he or she knows to be injured as a result of criminal activity and deprives that person of medical care with the intent to avoid, delay, hinder, or obstruct any
investigation of the criminal activity contributing to the injury commits:

 

(1)If the victim’s medical condition worsens as a result of the deprivation of medical care, a felony of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084

(2)If deprivation of medical care contributes or results in the death of the victim, a felony of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083, or s. 775.084 —s. 2, ch. 2008-208.

Coming October 1st, 2011 FLORIDA !!!!! CS/HB 91 - Drug-related Overdoses- GENERAL BILL by Health & Human Services Committee and Bernard (CO-SPONSORS) Campbell;

Holder; Julien; Pafford RE: Drug-related Overdoses: Designates act "911 Good Samaritan Act" Re: Provides that person acting in good faith who seeks medical assistance for someone experiencing drug-related overdose may not be charged with specified offenses; provides that person who experiences drug-related overdose & needs medical assistance may not be charged for specified offenses if evidence was obtained as result of overdose & need for assistance; provides that protections from prosecution are not grounds for suppression of evidence in other prosecutions; provides that departure from lowest permissible criminal sentence is permitted when defendant was making good faith effort to obtain or provide medical assistance for someone experiencing drug-related overdose.
Effective Date: October 1, 2011

 

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Please pass along this important message to your friends. If you see a friend is in not feeling well, getting sick, and passing out, please do NOT put them to bed NO MATTER WHAT. They could DIE "sleeping it off." Call 911 and then their family. PLEASE don't wait until it's too late because you're afraid you'll get in trouble. Think about if it was YOU, wouldn't YOU want someone to help YOU?

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