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Criminal Charges
Criminal Offences/Criminal Offenses
Criminal offenses in the state and outside the state.
Annotation or definition of crime in the state and outside the state.
Alphabetical listing of criminal offenses in the state and outside the state.
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Alphabetical listing of criminal offenses in the state and outside the state.
A
  1. Abduction.

  2. Abetting suicide

  3. Aiding and abetting suicide

  4. Abuse and neglect of patients and residents.

  5. Abuse of Office

  6. Abuse of Office and Misuse of Administrative Resources

  7. Abuse of Judicial Discretion

  8. Abusive Legislation

  9. Abuse of power

  10. Abuses and Usurpations

  11. Accessory to a Felony

  12. Administrative abuse

  13. Administrative law violation in the state.

  14. Aggravated Assault

  15. Aiding and Abetting

  16. Aircraft incident or crash due to criminal activity by others.

  17. Air Strikes Issues with Criminal Activities

  18. Anesthesia, sedation crimes

  19. Armed Robbery

  20. Arson

  21. Assault

  22. Assault. (section 265)

  23. Attempt to murder

  24. Abuse of older adults

  25. Abetment to suicide Section 306

  26. Attempt to commit a crime.

  27. Attempted unlawful contact with a minor

  28. Alcohol-Related Offenses

  29. Asphyxiation.

  30. Auto Theft (See Crime>Property Crime>Motor Vehicle Theft)

  31. B
  32. Bomb (Explosion)

  33. Bribery

  34. Bribery and Corruption

  35. Bullying (See Bullying or Internet Safety Special Feature>Cyberbullying and Cyberstalking)

  36. Burglary

  37. C
  38. Causing death by negligence (304A).

  39. Causing grievous hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others (Section 338).

  40. Carjacking

  41. Child Abuse/Exploitation (See Child Abuse>Exploitation and Child Abuse Special Feature)

  42. Child Molestation (See Juvenile Justice>Child Protection/Health>Child Abuse/Exploitation or Victims>Special Populations>Juveniles)

  43. Child Pornography (See Juvenile Justice>Child Protection/Health>Child Abuse/Exploitation or Victims>Special Populations>Juveniles or Crime>Property Crime>Electronic Crime)

  44. Child Sexual Abuse (SeeJuvenile Justice>Child Protection/Health>Child Abuse/Exploitation or Victims>Special Populations>Juveniles)

  45. Children Exposed to Violence (See Juvenile Justice>Child Protection/Health>Exposure to Violence or Children Exposed to Violence Special Feature)

  46. Club Drugs

  47. Cocaine

  48. Confinement (See Juvenile Justice>Confinement)

  49. Conspiracy

  50. Concealment of birth

  51. Criminal misconduct

  52. Criminal Damage to Property(under $300)

  53. Criminal Damage to Vehicle

  54. Criminal Trespass to Land

  55. Criminal Trespass to Real Property (Standard)

  56. Cruelty to Animals

  57. Conspiracy (Section 120 B)

  58. Criminal conspiracy.

  59. Culpable homicide not amounting to murder (304 (ii))

  60. Custodial killing

  61. Curfew violation

  62. Cybercrime
    Attacks against computer hardware and software, for example, botnets, malware and network intrusion;
    Financial crimes (money laundering) phishing;
    Abuse, especially of young people, in the form of grooming or ‘sexploitation’.

  63. Causing disappearance of evidence of offence or giving false information (201)

  64. Cheating (420)

  65. Criminal intimidation (506 )

  66. Counselling or aiding suicide (section 241)

  67. Corruption and Abuse of Office

  68. Credit Card Fraud

  69. Criminal negligence (section 219)

  70. Criminal breach of trust (conversion by trustee) (section 336)

  71. Criminal Breach of Trust/Cheating/Counter feiting

  72. Criminal invasion of privacy

  73. Criminal trespass (Section 447)

  74. D
  75. Date Rape (See Crime>Violent Crime>Rape and Sexual Assault)

  76. Dating Violence (See Crime>Domestic Violence or Teen Dating Violence Special Feature)

  77. Deaths in Custody

  78. Defamation

  79. Delinquency (See Juvenile Justice>Juvenile Delinquency)

  80. Dept. of Public Works Violation

  81. Deprivation Of Rights Under Color Of Law

  82. Deprivation of rights

  83. Denial of Benefits (See Courts>Sentencing and Sanctions)

  84. Destroying/Disposing of a dead body

  85. Disproportionate _______ Contact (See Juvenile Justice>Gender/Race/Ethnicity)

  86. Disorderly Conduct

  87. Disturbing the Peace

  88. Domestic Violence/False Domestic Violence Accusation and Perjury Prosecution

  89. Drug Cultivation or Manufacturing

  90. Drug Possesion

  91. Drug Trafficking or Distribution

  92. Drunk Driving

  93. Driving Under the Influence (See Driving Under the Influence and Impaired Driving Special Feature)

  94. Drug Offenses in the state and outside the state.

  95. Drug Crime

  96. Drug-facilitated crimes

  97. Drug Possession (See Crime Type>Drug Crime>Possession)

  98. Drug Related Crime (Drug-related offences)

  99. Drug Trafficking

  100. Drugs/Underage Drinking

  101. DUI/DWI (See Driving Under the Influence and Impaired Driving Special Feature)

  102. Duties relating to the Preservation of Human Life

  103. Disappearances

  104. Discrimination

  105. Disruption

  106. Defamation Section 499

  107. Damaging property Section 427

  108. E
  109. Essential Services Maintenance Act violations.

  110. Essential Commodities Act violations.

  111. Elder Abuse (See Victims>Special Populations>Elderly and Elder Abuse Special Feature)

  112. Election Frauds

  113. Electronic Crime

  114. Electrocution with criminal intent

  115. Embezzlement (See Crime>Property Crime>White Collar Crime or Crime>Public Order Offenses>Money Laundering)

  116. Escape or help to escape from custody

  117. Executions (See Corrections>Capital Punishment)

  118. Exposure to Violence

  119. Exclusion

  120. Extortion

  121. Extortion (section 346)

  122. Essential Commodities Act (Violation)

  123. Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA/Violation)

  124. Evictions

  125. F
  126. Failure to report stolen gun.

  127. False Imprisonment

  128. False statement criminal and civil matters.

  129. Family Violence (See Crime>Violent Crime>Domestic Violence) Females (See Victims>Special Populations>Women or Juvenile Justice>Gender/Race/Ethnicity>Females)

  130. Fire criminal issues.

  131. Firearm wound.

  132. Forcibly removing a patient from a hospital is a criminal offence.

  133. Forging Documents and Penalties for Forgery

  134. Forgery (section 366)

  135. Forgery for cheating (468)

  136. Forgery (467 )

  137. Fabrication

  138. Fraud (sections 386, 387, 388)

  139. Failure to provide necessaries (section 215)

  140. Forcible confinement (section 279)

  141. Forgery for purpose of cheating(468)

  142. G
  143. Gang Crime

  144. Employee Code of Ethics and Conduct

  145. Grievous bodily harm

  146. Gross Negligence

  147. Gun Violence

  148. Gambling Act

  149. H
  150. Harassment

  151. Hate crimes

  152. Hostage taking

  153. Human Rights Violations

  154. High Intensity Drug Trafficicking Area (HIDTA) (See Drugs>Drug Law Enforcement)

  155. Homicide

  156. Homicide; Suicide; Infanticide; Concealment of Birth; Unlawful

  157. Human Trafficking (See Crime>Trafficking in Persons)

  158. Harassment (section 264(1))

  159. I
  160. Incitement to a crime

  161. Intimidation

  162. Identity Theft

  163. Illegal Substances

  164. Illegal importation of animals

  165. Immigration Offenses

  166. Intentional drowning.

  167. Intentional professional negligence.

  168. Impaired Driving (See Crime>Public Order Offenses>Driving Under the Influence or Impaired Driving Special Feature)

  169. Incarceration

  170. Inchoate offences

  171. Indecent Exposure

  172. Indigent Defense (See Courts>Case Processing>Defense Services)

  173. Intimate Partner Violence (See Crime>Violent Crime>Domestic Violence

  174. Infringement of rights (Article 22 (5) of the constitution)

  175. Intimidation (section 423)

  176. Instigating violence and arson

  177. Impersonation (Pretending to be another person)

  178. Incest (section 155)

  179. Issues with Fraudulently Elected Representatives

  180. J
  181. Juvenile Crime and Issues
  182. Juvenile Delinquency

  183. Juvenile Delinquency Prevention

  184. Juvenile Recidivism (See Juvenile Justice>Juvenile Delinquency>Chronic Offenders/Recidivism)

  185. Juvenile Sex Offenders (See Juvenile Justice>Juvenile Delinquency>Sex Offenders)

  186. Juvenile Victims (See Victims>Special Populations>Juveniles)

  187. K
  188. Kidnaping (See Crime>Kidnaping or Juvenile Justice>Missing Children or Missing Kids Special Feature)

  189. Killing by influence on the mind (section 228)

  190. L
  191. Larceny/Theft

  192. M
  193. Manslaughter: Involuntary

  194. Manslaughter: Voluntary

  195. Malicious Prosecution

  196. Medical Marijuana

  197. Missing Children (See Juvenile Justice>Missing Children or Missing Kids Special Feature)

  198. MIP: A Minor in Possession

  199. Money Laundering

  200. Motor Vehicle Theft

  201. Malfeasance

  202. Matters challenging Elections of MPs and MLAs (0909)

  203. Malicious provoking and crushing techniques

  204. Malicious harassment, stress, entrapment techniques

  205. Making vulgar and indecent photographs and CDs of girls/women and circulate the same.

  206. Murder: First-degree

  207. Murder: Second-degree

  208. Murder (section 229)

  209. Murder (Sections 302)

  210. Murder reduced to manslaughter (section 232)

  211. N
  212. Negligence

  213. Negligent Entrustment

  214. O
  215. Offences Relating to Posts and Telecommunications

  216. Offences against Public Health

  217. Offences Endangering Life or Health

  218. Offences against Liberty: Slave dealing

  219. Offensive weapons

  220. Offences against property

  221. Offences against Morality

  222. Obscene Publications

  223. Offences relating to the Administration of Justice

  224. Offences relating to the Currency

  225. Official Misconduct

  226. Open Container Law

  227. Organized crime

  228. Offenders Younger Than 15

  229. Overcrowding (See Corrections>Facilities)

  230. Oppression

  231. P
  232. Patient forcibly removed from hospital.

  233. Persecution

  234. Perjury

  235. Probation Violation

  236. Professional Negligence

  237. Possession of Controlled Substance in Violation of Law

  238. Public corruption inside and outside the state.

  239. Pyramid Schemes

  240. Police Brutality (See Law Enforcement>Use of Force)

  241. Police Use of Force (See Law Enforcement>Use of Force)

  242. Possession (See Crime Type>Drug Crime>Possession)

  243. Public Service Vehicle offences

  244. Prevention of Immoral Trafficking Act (PITA)

  245. Prison Gangs (See Corrections>Inmates/Offenders)

  246. Property Crime

  247. Prostitution

  248. Provocation (legal)

  249. Public Order Offenses

  250. Public Health and Safety

  251. Public Intoxication

  252. Provocation

  253. Psychological Torture

  254. Physical Torture

  255. Prevention of Food Adulteration act

  256. Prostitution: Where Raciscm and Sexism Intersect

  257. Punishment for cheating by impersonation(Sections 419)

  258. R
  259. Racketeering / RICO

  260. Rape and Sexual Assault

  261. Rape.
    376/511,323

  262. Restitution

  263. Runaways (See Juvenile Justice>Child Protection/Health>Missing Children)

  264. Response of under-trials on evidence against them (section 313)

  265. Rioting 147

  266. Road traffic offences

  267. Road Traffic Sabotage

  268. Robbery.

  269. Recidivism

  270. Roadtraffic Accidents

  271. S
  272. Sabotage

  273. Sanctions (See Juveniles>Juvenile Courts>Sanctions or Courts>Sentencing and Sanctions)

  274. School Violence (See Juvenile Justice>Schools>Bullying or Juvenile Justice>Schools>School Safety)

  275. Seizure (See Drugs>Drug Law Enforcement)

  276. Siege and search operation causing human death, grievous injury, or irreparable harms are criminal offenses.

  277. Sexual Offences

  278. Sex Crimes

  279. Sexual Abuse (See Crime>Violent Crime>Rape and Sexual Assault)

  280. Sexual Assault

  281. Shoplifting (See Crime>Property Crime>Larceny/Theft)

  282. Stalking (See Stalking or Stalking Awareness Special Feature)

  283. Statutory Rape

  284. Substance Abuse (See Drugs)

  285. Suicide (See Juvenile Justice>Child Protection/Health>Health/Mental Health)

  286. Sexual assault (section 271)

  287. Sexual assault with a weapon or causing bodily harm (section 272)

  288. Suppression of Evidence

  289. T
  290. Terrorism

  291. Telemarketing Fraud

  292. Tampering with Public Records or Information

  293. Theft (See Crime>Property Crime>Larceny/Theft or Crime>Property Crime>Motor Vehicle

  294. Theft or Crime>Property Crime>Identity Theft)

  295. Third Party Custody (See Courts>Pretrial Release and Services)

  296. Three Strikes Law (See Courts>Sentencing and Sanctions)

  297. Trafficking (See Crime Type>Drug Crime>Trafficking)

  298. Trafficking in Persons

  299. Trespassing

  300. Truancy

  301. Timber smugglers Act section 379, 6.F.

  302. Theft (section 322)

  303. Theft by person holding power of attorney (section 331)

  304. Threats (section 423)

  305. U
  306. Unlawful Societies

  307. Unlawful Assemblies: Breaches of the Peace

  308. Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act

  309. Use of data, electronic counterfeit and broadcasting offences
      Unauthorised accessing of data
      Recording, possession, distribution of counterfeit material
      Unauthorised broadcasting and illegal signal reception

  310. Underage Drinking

  311. Use of Force (See Law Enforcement>Use of Force)

  312. Using forged document as genuine (471)

  313. Unlawfully causing bodily harm (section 269)

  314. Using as genuine a forged document or electronic record(471)

  315. V
  316. Vandalism (See Crime>Property Crime)

  317. Victims of Juvenile Offenders

  318. Violent Crime

  319. Violent Offenders

  320. Voluntarily causing hurt by dangerous weapons or means (section 324)

  321. W
  322. Weapons Violations

  323. White Collar Crime

  324. Workplace Violence (See Crime>Violent Crime) White Collar Crimes

  325. Wire Fraud

  326. Y
  327. Youth Gangs (See Juvenile Justice>Juvenile Delinquency>Gangs or Youth Violence Special Feature)

Aircraft incident or crash due to criminal activity by others.
If you survived road traffic sabotage, an air crash can happen due to sabotage, criminal activities.

What are examples of aircraft incidents, air crash, due to sabotage, criminal activities by others?
Here are further facts.

Assault
Who initiated provocation that created assault scenario?
Individual or individuals who initiated provocation that created assault scenario are accused of crimes.

What can be types of provocation?
Verbal, physical, visualizations.
A complaint of harms is not a provocation.

Here are further facts.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/assault.html

Abuse of power
What is abuse of power?
The act of using one’s position of power in an abusive way. This can take many forms, such as taking advantage of someone, gaining access to information that shouldn’t be accessible to the public, or just manipulating someone with the ability to punish them if they don’t comply.

Institutional abuse

Police officers

In dictatorial, corrupt, or weak states, police officers may carry out many criminal acts for the ruling regime with impunity. Institutional racism has been found in modern police forces.

Bribery and Corruption
What is Bribery and Corruption?
Bribery is a specific offence which concerns the practice of offering something, usually money, to gain an illicit advantage and corruption is an abuse of a position of trust in order to gain an undue advantage.

What other actions are in place to tackle bribery and corruption?
Here are further guidelines.

Abuse of power
What is abuse of power?
Improper use of authority by someone who has that authority because he or she holds a public office.

Abuses and Usurpations

What are examples of abuses and usurpation of power?
If a criminal lobby or monopolists join together and declare a person or persons head of the state with their cabinet with election fraud or without election fraud, this situation is an example of abuses and usurpation of power. If a liar, badly behaved incompetent individual who cannot guide at least a teacher, lawyer, engineer, physician, such individual cannot be an emperor, king or prince. If he tries this is example of abuses and usurpation of power.

How is abuse of power different than usurpation of power?
Abuse of power is improper use of power.
Usurpation of power is an exercise of authority that the offender tries with election fraud or with criminal lobbies.
Usurpation of power has many other examples.
You cannot get involved in any harms.

Abuse of judicial discretion

What are examples of abuse of judicial discretion in the state or outside the state?

Here are further facts.

Abusive legislation

What are examples of abusive Legislation in the state or outside the state?
What classification of criminal offenses do you fit in election frauds in the state and outside the state?

Here are further facts.

What are prerequisites of lawful authority in the state and outside the state or around the world?
Prerequisite of lawful authority are
1. Being truthful always.
2. Good behavior.
3. Able to guide at least teacher, lawyer, engineer, physician in English language.
4. Endorsement by good charactered, well behaved competent individuals
5. Public service focus (essential and nonessential services)
6. State orientation at least

What should be essential abilities of the head of the state?
Head of the state should be truthful.
Head of the state should be well behaved.
Head of the state should be competent and at least able to guide teacher, lawyer, engineer, physician in English language.
Head of the state should be public service-oriented.
Here are further facts.

Anesthesia, sedation crimes
What are examples of anesthesia and Sedation crimes?
A person declaring himself to be associated with a hospital misuses anesthesia or sedation, inflicting assault during unauthorized use.
A person declaring himself to be associated with a hospital gives anesthesia or sedation materials to another individual/individuals misuses who gives anesthesia or sedation, inflicting assault during unauthorized use. Physical assaults, sexual assaults have been reported in such situations.

In 1978, at Tyndale Biscoe school, Srinagar, Kashmir, Asia, Asif Qureshi was told some medication has been recommended for him. Actually, the capsule was fast-acting sedation with intent to assault. Asif Qureshi was assaulted immediately after unauthorized sedation.

Who are accused in this crime of unauthorized anesthesia/sedation with assault?
John Meda Ray, then the principal of the school.
Shakeel Dariel, one of the criminal conspirators.
Shafi Lone alias Shafi Londa, one of the criminal conspirators.
Parole: Not eligible for parole at least after August 19, 2015.
Shafi Lone cannot remain in any community after August 19, 2015.
Shafi Lone cannot communicate to anyone from jail with death penalty.
Termination of services with punishments of any of his relatives, friends, acquaintances in jail, police, judiciary, administration or any other department in the state or outside the state.
Sami Qazi.
Farooq Abdullah.

In 1981, at Tyndale Biscoe school, Srinagar, Kashmir, Asia, Asif Qureshi was requested by a teacher with two individuals to consume spiritual water. Actually, the transparent liquid was not water but anesthesia/sedation. Asif Qureshi was assaulted during anesthesia, sedation, others told him later.

Who are accused in this crime of unauthorized anesthesia,/sedation with assault during anesthesia/sedation that happened in Gangabal, Kashmir, Asia?
John Meda Ray, then the principal of the school.
Shakeel Dariel, one of the criminal conspirators.
Maharaj Krishan, one of the criminal conspirators.
Sami Qazi.
Parole: Sami Qazi, the woman shown in the photograph, is not eligible for parole.
Farooq Abdullah.
Parole: Farooq Abdullah, the individual shown in the photograph, is not eligible for parole.

These individuals are not eligible for parole.
Transfer to jail with further punishments.
Name of Guilty: John Meda Ray
Shakeel Dariel
Maharaj Krishan
Sami Qazi
Farooq Abdullah
Sentence/Punishment: Death penalty
Projected Parole Eligibility: Not Eligible
Offenses: Criminal Conspiracies
Frauds
Assault Resulting in Serious Personal Injury
Possession of Controlled Substance in Violation of Law


How is parole eligibility determined in the state or outside the state?
Releasing an inmate early won’t pose a threat to society. That means determining the likelihood that the person will reoffend, harm others directly or indirectly.

Questions that need to be further answered.

What exact materials were utilized in these anesthesia/sedation crimes?
Who were the manufacturers of these anesthesia/sedation crime materials?

Electrocution with criminal intent
What are examples of electrocution with criminal intent?
There are many examples of electrocution with criminal intent.
Here are various examples.
In 1977, at Tyndale Biscoe school, Srinagar, Kashmir, Asia, Asif Qureshi was requested by teacher to come and swim in swimming pool.
Asif Qureshi followed his teacher.
Asif Qureshi was asked to take underwater swim. As soon as Asif Qureshi went ahead, a live high tension electric circuit wire that had been already placed for sabotage in the school swimming pool, an electric switch was put on.
This was intended to harm.
Asif Qureshi says he felt some kind of sparks underwater.
Asif Qureshi came out of the water.
The criminal conspiracy master Vakil, John Mead Ray and others were involved.
International police get criminal deposition of john mead Ray before his death.
On August 18, 2015, John Mead Ray was alive.
Before all his criminal activities are buried with this British criminal, the world must be alerted how these British criminals have been harming others.

What can be consequences of electrical injuries?
There are two possible consequences of electrical injury: the person either survives or dies. For those who survive electrical injury, neurologic sequel from electrical trauma can be immediate (transient or permanent), delayed and progressive, or linked to a secondary injury caused by electrocution.

How could this be prevented?
Always verify that your surroundings and surroundings of your children are safe.
Individuals who are harmful to public cannot remain in community.

False statement criminal and civil matters.
Who have been punished up to now for false statement?
What has happened?
What do you have to do?
What is a false statement?
What are examples of false statement?
What are punishments for false statement?
Why is this happening?
How should you bring solutions and remedies for complaint from me to you?
What is the profile of the individual or individuals who drafted this false statement?
Who asked this individual to draft this false statement?
Who have been punished up to now for false statement?
A number of notable people have been convicted under the section, including Martha Stewart, Rod Blagojevich, Scooter Libby, Bernard Madoff, and Jeffrey Skilling.
Here are further facts.

Harassment
What is harassment?
What can be location of harassment?
What are examples of criminal harassment?
Who has duty to prevent harassment on the road in the state?
What are examples of harassment on the road in the state?
What is not harassment?
What is good human behavior while walking on the road or while in a vehicle?
What is harassment?
Harassment refers to a broad number of behaviors that are subject to both criminal punishment and civil liability.

What can be location of harassment?
Harassment on the road.
Harassment at home.
Harassment at home office.
Harassment at work place.

What are examples of criminal harassment?
Criminal harassment entails intentionally targeting someone else with behavior that is meant to alarm, annoy, torment, or terrorize them.

Harassment on the road.

Who has duty to prevent harassment on the road in the state?
Police have duty to prevent harassment on the road in the state.

What are examples of harassment on the road in the state?
There are various situations.
Some situations are deliberate with intent to harm.
Some situations are lack of education.

What is not harassment?
Filing a genuine complaint of individualized harms is not harassment.

What is good human behavior while walking on the road or while in a vehicle?
You cannot touch any other person.
You cannot touch any other person, even your relative, on the road in a way that is considered inappropriate.
You cannot throw object at any other person.
You cannot throw or bang or stalk with object at any other person.
You cannot obstruct of right of the way of any other person.
You cannot make any intentional noise through the mouth to frighten others.

Here are various examples.

On August 18, 2015, two individuals, 14 and 18 years old, at around 8 pm at the Broadway and Winona intersection in Chicago Illinois 60640, were moving on two different cycles.
One of them created an intentional loud noise with the mouth close to the ear of another person walking on the road. This situation needs behavioral counseling of the person who makes inappropriate noise.
You cannot make disturbing noise next to the ear of any other person with intent to harms or while being playful.

How could this be prevented?
Parents, legal guardians, schools, community leaders should teach their children about good behavior in various community situations.

Questions you need to be answered in these situations.

What was the date, time, location of the incident?
How many individuals were around relevant to incident?
What is the profile of individual or individuals relevant to incident?
Who did what relevant to the incident?
Who must have behind this incident?
Were the individuals walking or in a vehicle?
What type of vehicle was it?
What was the license plate number of the vehicle?

Road Traffic Sabotage
What are examples of road traffic sabotage in the state or outside the state?
These examples will make you understand.
In 1985, in Lalbazar Srinagar, Kashmir, Asif Qureshi was asked to take an vehicle.
The vehicle was sabotaged in such a manner that when the vehicle is driven half a mile, the clutch, steering block, and steering will disassemble in such a manner that the will be hit on the chest.
This is what happened. Asif Qureshi was traumatized, but survived.
This criminal conspiracy was done while arranging a specific mechanic who does this type of sabotage with others.

In Medina in 1998, Doctor Asif Qureshi was asked to take a vehicle with some individuals for spiritual prayers at a Medina mosque.
Behind the scenes, an oil tanker was kept ready to bang Doctor Asif Qureshi and others in the vehicle.
It was discovered later on that such sabotage has been planned while asking him to go to a mosque at Medina, behind which the oil tanker was placed to do harm.
Harms occurred; however, Doctor Asif Qureshi survived.

What was the motive of saboteurs and criminal conspirators in these situations?
They were politically motivated criminal conspiracies.

Questions that remain unanswered.

Were the saboteurs arrested and punished?
Did the system make other aware such sabotage occurred and how to prevent such sabotage harms?
What did the system do to prevent, punish such sabotage and harms, and give relief to victims?


What are the recommendations?
Every road traffic crash is a criminal investigation unless proven otherwise.
Punishments to saboteurs and conspirators must go ahead.
Relief to victims must go ahead.

If you survived road traffic sabotage, an air crash can happen due to sabotage, criminal activities.

Here are further guidelines.

Case report of blood alcohol concentration in an emergency room

If blood alcohol concentration results in an emergency room are greater than expected, what should an emergency room physician do?

Here is a case report.
This case report will make you understand.

This happened in Chicago, Illinois, North America, before the year 2004.
A person had never consciously consumed alcohol because of being religious Muslim.
Suddenly, he had an accident. There was no injury but he felt something was wrong and he needed to go to a medical emergency room. He was taken to Swedish Covenant Hospital in Chicago, Illinois.
In the medical emergency room, his blood tests show a high concentration of alcohol.

What negligence was the emergency physician guilty of?

He did not ask him these questions.
He did not verify answers to these questions.

Do you consume alcohol?
No.

Have you ever consciously consumed alcohol?
No.

How did alcohol concentration come up in his blood?
Here are further facts.
Before taking a vehicle, he asked for a glass of water from a restaurant while having a meal near Swedish Covenant Hospital.

Instead of giving him water he was intentionally given alcohol by others so that sabotage occurred and he was harmed. Sabotage occurred due to the accident.
He had never consciously consumed alcohol.
This was a scenario of intentional harms and sabotage against him.

The emergency room physician should have reported this as medicolegal case and that the patient was a victim of sabotage.

What is the best scenario about this case?
The victim or patient in this case was himself an emergency room specialist with seven years of hospital experience at that point.
Here are further guidelines.

Official Misconduct
What is Official Misconduct?
Official misconduct is a type of crime a public official may commit. To be guilty of this crime, the public official must perform actions for which he is not authorized or fail to perform other acts that the law or his job requires of him. The public servant’s actions must also benefit him or someone else he knows or harm another party or group to be considered misconduct. This harm can include the deprivation of a benefit, right, or service.

An example of official misconduct could be a police officer who has arrested an individual and knows he has a serious wound that needs treatment. Instead of ensuring the arrested individual receives treatment, he may detain him and refuse medical care in order to question him or leverage a confession. As another example, an elected official could require city employees to assist with the renovation of his property. Since this act would be beyond his authority and benefit him, it could be considered official misconduct.

In many places, any public servant can be charged with official misconduct. This includes individuals who are elected by the public, such as mayors, congressmen, and superintendents, as well as those who are government employees. Typically, a charge of official misconduct can be levied without regard to the branch of the government that employs the accused.

In order for a person to be convicted of official misconduct, a prosecutor must be able to prove that he engaged in the criminal activity. In many jurisdictions, the prosecution must prove not only that the public servant committed unauthorized acts, but also that the accused knew his acts were unauthorized. Additionally, the acts the public servant is accused of must generally be related to his official duties.

If a public servant is accused of official misconduct because he refrained from a required duty, the prosecution must prove that he failed to perform an act or task the law or the nature of his job required. A lapse in good judgment, however, would not be considered official misconduct. Instead, official misconduct charges are handed down when the accused knew he had a duty to act but willfully failed to do so.

A prosecutor normally must also prove that either benefit or harm resulted from the public servant’s actions. This means the accused party acted in an unauthorized manner to benefit himself or another person. The benefit can be a monetary or non-monetary advantage. Likewise, if harm has occurred, the prosecution generally must prove that the party's actions, or failure to act, were intentional and meant to harm another person by injuring him or causing him to lose an advantage, right, or benefit.

Tampering with Public Records or Information
State Public Record Laws

Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act
What is not a criminal offense in the state or outside the state?
Protest in a civilized manner without harming others is justified and not a criminal offense.
Singing patriotic songs without disturbing others is justified and not a criminal offense. Hoisting a flag that you like is not a criminal offense.

Why was there a need to elaborate on these issues?
On March 23, 2015, while singing patriotic songs and hoisting flag, Dukhtaran-e-Millat chairperson, Aasiya Andrabi, was arrested at Nowhatta Police Station, Srinagar, Kashmir, Asia.
On March 19, 2015, matters occurred related to the arrest of protesters who did no harms at Kothi Bagh Police Station, Srinagar, Kashmir, Asia.
These were not unlawful activities.

What is the profile of all police officers associated with Nawhatta police station, Srinagar, Kashmir?
What do you know about freedom of speech with real-world justified examples?


Dept. of Public Works Violation
What do you have to do?
Forward this complaint to whoever in charge of community policing.
Dept. of Public Works Violation
Military Police

Persecution
What is Persecution?
Persecution is the systematic mistreatment of an individual or group by another individual or group.

Types of Harm That Amount to Persecution

More often, looking at what actual types of harm have been recognized as forms of persecution helps. These include:
•physical violence: for example, beating, assault, handcuffing, rape or sexual abuse, female genital mutilation, electric shocks, invasive physical examinations, forced abortion or sterilization, forced labor, and so on, whether or not this caused serious injuries or long-term damage or required medical attention
•torture: a severe human rights violation which may involve physical violence, deliberate infliction of mental harm, prolonged unlawful detention, rape and sexual violence, and so on
•other violations of human rights: for example, genocide or slavery
•threats of harm: particularly if the threatened harm is serious, caused emotional or psychological damage, or are credible, for example because the persecutor has already inflicted harm on the person or his or her family or others similarly situated
•unlawful detention: punishment for a regular crime is not persecution, but if the person is detained without due process or formal charges or for discriminatory or political reasons, this may rise to the level of persecution, particularly if the detention was combined with mistreatment
•infliction of mental, emotional, or psychological harm: this can include intimidation, surveillance, interference with privacy, long-term threats, or being forced to engage in conduct that is not physically painful or harmful but is abhorrent to the person’s deepest beliefs
•substantial economic discrimination or harm: for example, deliberate deprivation of food, housing, employment, or other life essentials, or ransacking, destruction, or confiscation of property
•other discrimination or harassment: for example, travel document denial, pressure, or deprivation fo rights on access to education; also, some applicants may need to show a combination of actions against them if none by themselves was serious to fit traditional understandings of persecution.

Who Was the Persecutor?
Why Were You Selected for Persecution?
International law

Here are further guidelines.

Persecution facts

What are examples of persecution?
This is relevant to Asif Qureshi, date of birth March 30, 1967.
In 1984, I was asked to go to Tyndale Biscoe school in Srinagar, Kashmir.
Five individuals were there.
I was assaulted with a metallic object called hurra locally.
What were the issues?
I do not know. They did not reveal this to me.
Transient blindness. While in pain, I asked what the issues were?

In 1999, sometime March 15 and April 15, I was asked in the early morning to go to a location at least 300 meters away from my home, Gulistan e Amin Lalbazar, Srinagar, Kashmir.
There were 185 to 200 individuals around.
A gunman came and called the name Asif.
Who is Asif among you?
I raised my hand. He attempted to murder me by pointing a gun toward me and shooting. The gun got locked.
From the skies, there was thunder and storm. Some photographers took some photographs of the scene. Local concept of attempt to murder is applicable to the situation.
What were the issues?
I do not know. They did not reveal this to me.
Here are further guidelines.

Forcibly removing a patient from a hospital is a criminal offence.
Patient forcibly removed from hospital.
Is forcibly removing a patient from a hospital a criminal offense?
Yes.

What should physicians and administrators in or outside the state know about patient care?
Forcibly removing a patient from a hospital is a criminal offence.
Depending on harms, criminal charges will proceed.

In what classification of criminal offenses ranging from felonies to misdemeanor does forcibly removing a patient from a hospital fit?
This depends on the extent of harms.
On December 23, 2015, in Florida a woman died after being forcibly removed from a hospital.

In what location did this incident happen?
Liberty Calhoun Hospital in Blountstown, Florida.

Barbara Dawson, 57, went to Liberty Calhoun Hospital in Blountstown, Florida, to seek treatment for breathing problems. Police were called to the emergency room when Dawson, who had been discharged by physicians, refused to leave. She was charged with disorderly conduct and trespassing and was escorted out of the hospital in handcuffs.
Dawson then collapsed as she arrived at the officer's car.

“The officer asked for help once he realized the patient did indeed appear to be unresponsive and had medical staff respond to Ms. Dawson," Blountstown Police Chief Mark Mallory said in a statement.

Dawson was readmitted to the emergency room, where she was pronounced dead an hour later.

This proves the incompetence of physicians at Liberty Calhoun Hospital in Blountstown, Florida.
There also was vicarious liability of Blountstown Police Chief Mark Mallory based on the facts that was his duty to educate and impart proper training to officers based on the fact that a patient cannot be handcuffed and taken away from a hospital. If the patient gets involved in disorderly conduct in hospital, there are methods to restrain the patient in the hospital just as psychiatric patients are restrained.

Why can a patient not be forcibly removed from a hospital?
The patient may complain of being unwell like the case on December 23, 2015, in Florida.
The individual may not have habitable living conditions at home or harmful conditions at home that makes him or her desire to remain in the hospital.
Patient may not be in stable condition to enable him/her to go home.

What punishments do physicians deserve in this situation?
Termination from services.
Termination of services of Florida state medical examiner who falsely reported she died from natural causes due to a blood clot in her lung.

Why was she refusing to leave the hospital?
She felt unwell. Physicians neglected her complaint by the time situation became complicated.

Questions police officer should have asked patient not willing to leave the hospital.

What language do you prefer to speak?
I prefer to speak in English language.

Are you ready to leave hospital?
In this situation, the patient answered no.

What are the reasons you do not want to leave the hospital?
If patient answered, “I am not feeling well and do not want to leave hospital,” police should have consulted supervisor of physicians for incompetence of physicians.

If patient would have answered, “I am feeling good; at home, conditions are not habitable and I can be harmed,” the patient should stay in the hospital.
Police should remind hospital administration and physician supervisor that patient stays in the hospital.
Police should activate community policing, social services at home, local police at home, and resident services at home to make the home habitable for proper living arrangements for the patient.

Even if this takes many more days or weeks, patient should stay in the hospital while patient is stable waiting for conditions at home to be habitable for living purposes.

Doctor Zakia in Medina, Asia, see what is happening in North American states.
Make sure King Fahd Hospital in Medina, Asia, does not forcibly remove patient from hospital. Remind all administrators and physicians in Medina and outside Medina that forcibly removing a patient from a hospital is a criminal offense. Directive from Doctor Asif Qureshi from Chicago, Illinois, North America December 23, 2015.

Lots of hugs and kisses for Doctor Zakia from Doctor Asif Qureshi Chicago, Illinois, North America December 23, 2015.

Doctor Zakia, if you miss Doctor Asif Qureshi, call 7735616102 Chicago, Illinois, North America.
Email admin@qureshiuniversity.com
Further facts are at www.qureshiuniversity.com and www.qureshiuniversity.com/medina.html

Criminal negligence (section 219)
Causing death by negligence (304A).
Negligence
Gross Negligence
Is there a difference between criminal conspiracy tantamount to crime of class 1 felony and negligence?
Yes.

What is the difference between criminal conspiracy tantamount to crime of class 1 felony and negligence?
Punishments for those guilty of criminal conspiracy tantamount to crime of class 1 felony are death penalty to life in prison.
Confiscation of assets.
Negligence punishments are different depending on the type of negligence compared to criminal conspiracy tantamount to crime of class 1 felony punishments for guilty offenders.

What are the types of negligence?
Gross negligence occurs on the continuum between ordinary negligence and intentional misconduct. The continuum runs from
1. Ordinary negligence
2. Gross negligence
3. Willful and wanton misconduct
4. Reckless misconduct
5. Intentional misconduct
6. Comparative negligence
7. Contributory negligence
8. Mixed contributory and comparative negligence
9. Vicarious liability
10. Negligence and invasion of privacy
11. Criminal negligence
12. Negligent entrustment
13. Negligent Hiring
14. Negligent Retention
15. Negligent Supervision
16. Negligent Training
17. Professional Negligence
18. Criminal negligence (section 219)
19. Causing death by negligence (304A).

What is gross negligence?
What are examples of gross negligence?

Here are further facts.

Incitement to a crime
What is not incitement to a crime?
If you evaluate state prosecutors’ job every day and find that the state attorney receives complaints, investigates, processes, and makes recommendations relevant to specific criminal case punishments that criminals deserve every day, this is not incitement to a crime. This is due process of the law.

What is incitement to a crime?
The person who initiated a crime is charged with incitement to a crime.
The person who investigates and recommends punishments for the crimes carried out is doing a commendable service.

Can anyone say you cannot punish me or any other individual involved in criminal activities because he or she holds an executive-level position?
No.

How does an executive involved in felonies get punished?
First, he or she is terminated from job duties.
The person is asked to resign. Termination from job duties is due to criminal activities.
If he or she does not resign, forcible termination from job duties is carried out.
After that, jail or death penalty in cases of class 1 felonies.

Investigations
Here are further guidelines.

Siege and search operation causing human death, grievous injury, or irreparable harms are criminal offenses.
What siege and search operations causing human death, grievous injury, or irreparable harms, are examples of criminal offenses?
On December 25, 2015 a youth, Umais Ahmad Sheikh, a resident of the Chatepora area of Pulwama, was killed during a siege and search operation at Saderkote Bala in Bandipora, Kashmir, Asia.

Was the siege and search operation in this situation reasonable or justified?
No.

When are criminal investigations justified?
If sudden, premature, unexpected death occurs, criminal investigations are justified.
If grievous injury or irreparable harms occur, criminal investigations are justified.
Criminal investigations end with punishments of criminals.

Why are siege and search operations causing human death, grievous injury, or irreparable harms criminal offenses, keeping the above situation in mind?
Human death and irreparable harms have occurred.
Sudden, premature, unexpected death has occurred.
There has been due process of law violation in the state.
There has been standard operating procedure violation in the state.
There has been code of criminal procedure violation in the state.
There has been human rights violation in the state.
There has been administrative procedure act violation in the state.
There is vicarious liability of those from administration supervising the situation.

What punishments do those involved in this siege and search operation leading to harms deserve?
Termination of services.
Termination of services of those supervising the situation.
They must be reminded they are in public service and are not on a murder spree.

When are siege and search operations justified without any harms?
If an individual or individuals are harmful to self or harmful to others and need rescue, siege and search operations are justified without causing any harms including any death, grievous injury, or irreparable harms. At the most, minimal harms without causing any death, grievous injury or irreparable harms.

Administrative law violation in the state.
What are examples of administrative law violations in the state?
What do you know about administrative procedure acts inside and outside the state?
What are examples of administrative procedure act violations inside and outside the state?
What are consequences of repeated violations of administrative procedure acts inside and outside the state?
What is due process of law in the state and outside the state?


What are examples of administrative law violations in the state?
  1. Administrative procedure act violation in the state.

  2. Code of civil procedure violation in the state.

  3. Code of criminal procedure violation in the state.

  4. Due process of law violation in the state.

  5. Human rights violation in the state.

  6. Standard operating procedure violation in the state.

  7. State open meetings act violation in the state.

  8. State public information act violation in the state.

  9. Infractions

Standard operating procedure violation in the state.

Has standard operating procedure been violated in the state?
Yes.

Who has violated standard operating procedure in the state?

What has happened?

What happens after standard operating procedure has been violated?

Is code of criminal procedure or code of civil procedure applicable to this situation?

Usually code of criminal procedure is applicable if any criminal offense has occurred.

Head of the organization is forced to resign due to the fact that a subordinate got involved in criminal offenses. Individual or individual who got themselves involved in criminal offenses face termination from services with imprisonment and further punishments depending on the types of criminal offense.

Case diaries and progress reports of criminal investigations inside and outside the state.
What are case diaries and progress reports of criminal investigations inside and outside the state?
Maintaining case diaries is an essential component of the code of criminal procedure inside and outside the state.

What needs to be accomplished relevant to case diaries inside and outside the state?
Computerization of case diaries.

How should police inside and outside the state maintain case diaries?
Take a look at this.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/kashmircrimes.html

Due process of law violation.

Due process of law in the state and outside the state.

What is due process of law in the state and outside the state?
All legal proceedings will be fair and those accused will be given notice of the proceedings and an opportunity to be heard before the government if the state acts to take away one's life, liberty, or property. There also is a state constitutional guarantee that a law shall not be unreasonable, arbitrary, or capricious.

No person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law applies to all states.

If government harms a person without following the exact course of the law, this constitutes a due process violation.

Fire criminal issues.
Questions that need to be answered about fire criminal issues.

What was the exact location of the incident?

What best describes this fire?
Fire in a house.
Fire in a building.
Road vehicle fire.
Aircraft fire.
Trees on fire.
If others, specify.

What caused the fire?
Electrical short circuit, intentional.
Electrical short circuit, unintentional.
Pouring flammable liquid on furniture, wall, or other location of structure, intentional.
Igniting flammable liquid on furniture, wall, or other location of structure, unintentional.
Flame thrower bombardment.
Liquid petroleum gas cylinder fire sabotage, intentional.
Liquid petroleum gas cylinder fire, unintentional.
Heating stove fire with harms to individuals or property intentional (Usually smoke detector prevents such fires).
If any other cause, please specify.

What are the details of the harms relevant to this fire?

What are the details of harms to individuals, property, or trees in case of tree fire?


When is fire not a criminal matter?
If there is no harm to individuals or property and fire was not intentional, this incident is not a criminal matter.

When is fire a criminal matter?

Example number 1.

What has happened?
On January 10, 2016, in Srinagar, Kashmir, Asia, 10 houses were gutted in fire.
The fire broke out around 8:30 am in a residential house at Dalal Mohalla, engulfing nine adjoining houses.

What was the cause of fire in this incident?
Cause of fire was reported as short circuit.

Was short circuit intentional so that 10 houses were gutted in fire?
If yes, then this is a criminal matter.

Why did not the fire truck reach the site in a timely manner and extinguish the fire?
Who is head of the fire extinguishing department in the area?
Who should be director of fire services in Kashmir, Asia?

In some regions, there are aerial helicopter fire fighters.

Example number 2.

What has happened?
On October 11, 2015, in Little Rock it was reported: Woman Arrested in McMath Library Fire/arson Investigation.
Published 10/11 2015 10:05 pm, updated 10/12 2015 08:04 am.

How did she start fire?
By pouring flammable liquid on furniture and a wall at the library.

What charges did she have?
Aggravated assault, criminal mischief, and reckless burning.

Questions that need to be answered.

What went through her mind while pouring flammable liquid on furniture and a wall at the library and starting the fire?

Why should the woman, Kisha Ilo, 38, start the fire the way reported?

Have findings been verified?

Was she under any duress, severe depression, or face any harms?

Did she have enough survival needs?


Prevention of fires in houses, building.

How can fires in houses and buildings be prevented?
Smoke detectors in every unit of building with kitchen usually prevent such fires.
Educating people about preventive measures of fire.
Here are further guidelines.

Failure to report stolen gun.
What did the stolen gun look like?


What are the consequences of failure to report a stolen gun?
On January 8, 2016, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a police officer was shot and injured in his patrol car. The suspect's gun, a 9mm Glock 17, had been stolen from police in 2013, Commissioner Richard Ross said. Edward Archer, 30, was denied bail pending a January 25, 2016, preliminary hearing.

Drug Offenses in the state and outside the state.
Controlled Substance Act violation in the state and outside the state.
Annotation or definition
Categories of controlled substances in the state and outside the state.
Questions relevant to Controlled Substance Act violations in the state and outside the state.
Types of Controlled Substance Act violations in the state and outside the state.
Penalties
Case scenarios of Controlled Substance Act violations in the state and outside the state.
Annotation or definition

What is a drug?
A drug is any substance other than food, that when inhaled, injected, consumed, or absorbed via a patch on the skin causes a physiological change in the body.

In pharmacology, a pharmaceutical drug or medicine is a chemical substance used to treat, cure, prevent, diagnose a disease or promote well-being.

What is on the list of various human pharmacological drugs?
Alphabetical listing of ATC drugs & codes.
Category of drugs included in controlled substances.

Types of Controlled Substance Act violations in the state and outside the state.

What are examples of drug offenses?
Trafficking of categories 1 substances in the state and outside the state.
Trafficking of categories 2,3,4,5 substances without approval in the state and outside the state.
Possession of categories 1,2,3,4 substances in the state and outside the state.
Possession of controlled substances not on prescription in the state and outside the state.
Circulating distributing of categories 1, 2, 3, 4 substances in the state and outside the state.
Prescriptions by physicians that are not justified or lead to deaths due to overdose.
Possessing a number of controlled substances.
Possession of a controlled dangerous substance by fraud.
Questionable prescribing of controlled substances.

What is the Controlled Substance Act in the state and outside the state?
The Controlled Substances Act (CSA) is the statute in the state and outside the state under which the manufacture, importation, possession, use and distribution of certain substances is regulated.

What are other similar acts in the state and outside the state?
Controlled Substances, Drugs, Device, and Cosmetic Act in the state.
For example, in state of Pennsylvania, Drug, Device and Cosmetic Board, a branch of Pennsylvania department of health, North America.

Who has duties relevant to Controlled Substance Act violations in the state and outside the state?
State police.
State department of law.
State secretary of health shall control all substances listed in Schedules I through V of this act and may, by regulation, upon his own motion or on the petition of any interested party, add a substance as a controlled substance.
Take a look at this.
§ 780-103.
Title 35 P.S. Health and Safety
Pennsylvania Controlled Substance, Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act (35 P.S. §§ 780-101 – 780-144)

Questions relevant to Controlled Substance Act violations in the state and outside the state.

What best describes Controlled Substance Act violations in the state and outside the state?

What exactly is the name, category of substance that includes Controlled Substance Act violations in the state and outside the state?

What are further details of the incident, including location, quantity, profile of individuals?

What punishments do they deserve?


Categories of controlled substances in the state and outside the state.

How have controlled substances in the state and outside the state been categorized?
Category 1 controlled substances
Category 2 controlled substances
Category 3 controlled substances
Category 4 controlled substances
Category 5 controlled substances

What are other names for categories of controlled substances in various states?
Category 1 controlled substances are named Schedule 1 controlled substances in some regions.

Why have these substances been included in Category I, 2, 3, 4, 5 controlled substances?
Category 1 controlled substances: no currently accepted medical treatment use around the world.
Category 2 drug has a currently accepted medical use in treatment in various states around the world or a currently accepted medical use with severe restrictions.
Category 3 drug has a currently accepted medical use in treatment in various states around the world. The drug has a potential for abuse less than the drugs in schedules 1 and 2.
Category 4 drug has a low potential for abuse relative to the drugs in schedule 3. The drug has a currently accepted medical use in treatment in various states around the world.
Category 5 drug is not subject to the Controlled Substances Act. The drug has a low potential for abuse relative to the drugs in schedule 4.

What are examples of Category I controlled substances?
What are examples of Category 2 controlled substances?
What are examples of Category 3 controlled substances?
What are examples of Category 4 controlled substances?
What are examples of Category 5 controlled substances?


Here are further facts.

What are examples of Category I controlled substances?
2C-B (Nexus, Venus, Bees, Toonies)
5-MeO-DMT (DMT)
Bath Salts (3,4-methylenedioxypyrovalerone or MDPV)
Benzylpiperazine (BZP)
Dimethyltryptamine (DMT, Fantasia, Businessman’s Special)
Gamma-Hydroxybutyric Acid (GHB)
Hashish, Hash Oil
Heroin/diacetylmorphine (Smack, Dope, H, Junk, Brown sugar, Horse)
Khat (Cathinone)
Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (Acid, LSD, Lucy, Blotter)
MDMA (3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine or “ecstasy”)
Marijuana (cannabis, THC)
Mephedrone (M-Cat, Meow, Bath Salts, Bubbles) (Under New Jersey State Law, “Pamela’s Law”)
Mescaline (Peyote)
Methaqualone (Quaalude)
Psilocybin Mushrooms (Psychedelic Mushrooms, Magic Mushrooms)
Synthetic (Cannabis, Spice, K2, Herbal Incense)
Tenamfetamine 3,4-Methylenedioxyamphetamine (MDA, Sass, Pink, Yop)Mescaline and Peyote


What are examples of Category 2 controlled substances?
Amphetamines (Adderall, Dexedrine, Speed, Bennies, Uppers)
Barbiturates (Barbs, Blues, Seccies, Nembies, Dolls)
Coca
Cocaine
Crack Cocaine, Freebase Cocaine
Codeine
Fentanyl (China White, Apache, Lollipop, King Ivory, etc.)
Hydrocodone (Vicodin)
Hydromorphone (Dilaudid, Dillies, Hydro, M2s, Hospital Heroin)
Methadone (Dolophine, Dollies, Fizzies, Wafer)
Methamphetamine (Meth), Crank, Ice, Speed
Methylphenidate (MPH, Ritalin, Concerta, Smarties, Skittles)
Morphine (Morph, Miss Emma, Dreamer)
Opium
Oxycodone
Phencyclidine (PCP)

A-Cof DH
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
A-G Tussin
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Abstral
generic name: fentanyl
Actiq
generic name: fentanyl
Adderall
generic name: amphetamine/dextroamphetamine
Adderall XR
generic name: amphetamine/dextroamphetamine
Alfenta
generic name: alfentanil
Alor 5/500
generic name: aspirin/hydrocodone
Ambi 5/15/100
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Amytal Sodium
generic name: amobarbital
Anaplex HD
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Anexsia
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Anolor DH5
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Aptensio XR
generic name: methylphenidate
Astramorph PF
generic name: morphine
Atuss EX
generic name: hydrocodone/potassium guaiacolsulfonate
Atuss G
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine Atuss HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Atuss HS
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Atuss HX
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Atuss MS
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Avinza
generic name: morphine
Azdone
generic name: aspirin/hydrocodone
B & O Supprettes
generic name: belladonna/opium
B-Tuss
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
BPM PE HC
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Bromcomp HC
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Bromph HD
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Bromplex HD
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Brovex HC
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
C-Topical Solution
generic name: cocaine topical
Canges-HC
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Canges-HC NR
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Canges-XP
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Cesamet
generic name: nabilone
Chemdal HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Chemdal HD Plus
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Chemtussin HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Chlorgest HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Chlorphen HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Co-Gesic
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Co-Tuss V Expectorant
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Co-Tussin
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Codal-DH Syrup
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
Codamine
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylpropanolamine
Codamine Pediatric
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylpropanolamine
CodiCLEAR DH
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Codimal DH
generic name: dexchlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Codituss DH
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
Codotuss
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
ColdCough HCM
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Combunox
generic name: ibuprofen/oxycodone
Comtussin HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Concerta
generic name: methylphenidate
Condasin
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Cordron-HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Cordron-HC NR
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Cotuss V
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Coughtuss
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Crantex HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Cyndal HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Cytuss HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Cytuss-HC NR
generic name: dexbrompheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
D-Tann HC
generic name: diphenhydramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Damason-P
generic name: aspirin/hydrocodone
DaTscan
generic name: ioflupane I 123
Daytrana
generic name: methylphenidate
Dazidox
generic name: oxycodone
De-Chlor G
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
De-Chlor HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
De-Chlor HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
De-Chlor MR
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
De-Chlor NX
generic name: hydrocodone/potassium guaiacolsulfonate
Deconamine CX
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Decotuss-HD
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Demerol
generic name: meperidine
DepoDur
generic name: morphine liposomal
Desoxyn
generic name: methamphetamine
Desoxyn Gradumet
generic name: methamphetamine
Detuss
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Detussin
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Detussin Expectorant
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Dexedrine
generic name: dextroamphetamine
Dextrostat
generic name: dextroamphetamine
Dicomal-DH
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
Dilaudid
generic name: hydromorphone
Dilaudid Cough Syrup
generic name: guaifenesin/hydromorphone
Dilaudid-HP
generic name: hydromorphone
Ditussin-HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Dolacet
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Dolagesic
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Dolophine
generic name: methadone
Doloral
generic name: morphine
Doloral Sirop
generic name: morphine
Donatussin DC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Donatussin MAX
generic name: carbinoxamine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Drituss HD
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Drocon-CS
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
DroTuss-CP
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Duocet
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Duradal HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Duradyne DHC
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Duragesic
generic name: fentanyl
Duragesic-100
generic name: fentanyl
Duragesic-12
generic name: fentanyl
Duragesic-25
generic name: fentanyl
Duragesic-50
generic name: fentanyl
Duragesic-75
generic name: fentanyl
Duramorph
generic name: morphine
Duramorph PF
generic name: morphine
Duratuss HD
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Dyanavel XR
generic name: amphetamine
Dynatuss HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Dynex HD
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Dytan-HC
generic name: diphenhydramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Echotuss-HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Ed-TLC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Ed-Tuss HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Efasin-HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Efasin-HD Plus
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Embeda
generic name: morphine/naltrexone
Endacof HC
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Endacof XP
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
EndaCof-Plus
generic name: dexchlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
EndaCof-Tab
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Endagen-HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Endal HD
generic name: diphenhydramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Endal-HD Plus
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Endocet
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
Endocodone
generic name: oxycodone
Endodan
generic name: aspirin/oxycodone
Endotuss-HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Enplus-HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Entex HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Entuss
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Entuss Expectorant
generic name: hydrocodone/potassium guaiacolsulfonate
Entuss-D
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Entuss-D JR
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Entuss-D Liquid
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
ETH-Oxydose
generic name: oxycodone
Evekeo
generic name: amphetamine
Exalgo
generic name: hydromorphone
Excof
generic name: carbinoxamine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Excof-SF
generic name: carbinoxamine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Execlear
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Execof
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Exetuss-HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Exo-Tuss
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Extendryl HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Fentanyl Transdermal System
generic name: fentanyl
Fentora
generic name: fentanyl
Fentuss Expectorant
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Flowtuss
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
FluTuss HC
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Focalin
generic name: dexmethylphenidate
Focalin XR
generic name: dexmethylphenidate
G-Tuss
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Gentex HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Gestuss-HC
generic name: diphenhydramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Gua HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Guiaphen HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Guiaplex HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
H-C Tussive
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
H-C Tussive D
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
H-C Tussive-NR
generic name: dexbrompheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Hexatussin
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Hi-Tuss HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Highland HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Histex HC
generic name: carbinoxamine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Histinex D
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Histinex HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Histinex PV
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Histussin D
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Histussin HC Liquid
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Histussin HC Syrup
generic name: dexbrompheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Hy-KXP
generic name: hydrocodone/potassium guaiacolsulfonate
Hy-Phen
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Hycet
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Hyco-DH
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
Hycoclar Tuss
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Hycoclear
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Hycodan
generic name: homatropine/hydrocodone
Hycofenix
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Hycomal DH
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
Hycomine
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylpropanolamine
Hycomine Compound
generic name: acetaminophen/caffeine/chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Hycomine Pediatric
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylpropanolamine
Hycophen
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylpropanolamine
Hycophen Pediatric
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylpropanolamine
Hycosin Expectorant
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Hycotuss Expectorant
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Hydex PD
generic name: dexchlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Hydro GP
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Hydro-DP
generic name: diphenhydramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Hydro-PC II
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Hydro-PC II Plus
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Hydro-Tuss XP
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Hydro-Tussin HG
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Hydrocet
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Hydrocod-GF
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Hydrocodone CP
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Hydrocodone GF
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone
Hydrocodone HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Hydrocodone PA Pediatric
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylpropanolamine
Hydrocof-HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
HydroFed
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Hydrogesic
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Hydromet
generic name: homatropine/hydrocodone
Hydromide
generic name: homatropine/hydrocodone
Hydromorph Contin
generic name: hydromorphone
Hydron CP
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Hydron EX
generic name: hydrocodone/potassium guaiacolsulfonate
Hydron KGS
generic name: hydrocodone/potassium guaiacolsulfonate
Hydron PCS
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Hydropane
generic name: homatropine/hydrocodone
Hydrophene DH
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
Hydrostat IR
generic name: hydromorphone
Hydrotropine
generic name: homatropine/hydrocodone
Hydrotuss
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Hydrotuss HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Hydrotussin HD
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Hypamine
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylpropanolamine
Hyphed
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Hyphen-HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Hysingla ER
generic name: hydrocodone
HyTan
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone
Hytussin
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Hytussin Expectorant
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Ibudone
generic name: hydrocodone/ibuprofen
Infumorph
generic name: morphine
Innovar
generic name: droperidol/fentanyl
Iodal HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Ionsys
generic name: fentanyl
Iotussin D Liquid
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Iotussin HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
J-Tan D HC
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
JayCof-HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Kadian
generic name: morphine
KG-Dal HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
KG-Dal HD Plus
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
KG-Tuss HD
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
KG-Tussin
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
KGS-HC
generic name: hydrocodone/potassium guaiacolsulfonate
Kwelcof
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Lazanda
generic name: fentanyl
Levall 5.0
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Levo-Dromoran
generic name: levorphanol
Liquadd
generic name: dextroamphetamine
Liquicet
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Liquicough HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Liquituss HD
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Liquitussin HC Syrup
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Lorcet
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Lorcet 10/650
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Lorcet HD
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Lorcet Plus
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Lortab
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Lortab ASA
generic name: aspirin/hydrocodone
Lortuss HC
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine
M O S
generic name: morphine
M-END
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
M-Eslon
generic name: morphine
M-Oxy
generic name: oxycodone
Magnacet
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone v Marcof Expectorant
generic name: hydrocodone/potassium guaiacolsulfonate
Margesic H
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Max HC
generic name: carbinoxamine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Maxi-Tuss HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Maxi-Tuss HCG
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Maxi-Tuss HCX
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Maxi-Tuss SA
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Maxidone
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Medcodin
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Medtuss HD
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Mepergan
generic name: meperidine/promethazine
Mepergan Fortis
generic name: meperidine/promethazine
Meperitab
generic name: meperidine
Meprozine
generic name: meperidine/promethazine
Metadate CD
generic name: methylphenidate
Metadate ER
generic name: methylphenidate
Methadone Diskets
generic name: methadone
Methadose
generic name: methadone
Methadose Sugar-Free
generic name: methadone
Methylin
generic name: methylphenidate
Methylin ER
generic name: methylphenidate
Mintex HC
generic name: carbinoxamine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Mintuss G
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Mintuss MR
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
Mintuss MS
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Mintuss NX
generic name: hydrocodone/potassium guaiacolsulfonate
Monte-G HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
MonteFlu HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
MorphaBond
generic name: morphine
Morphine LP Epidural
generic name: morphine
Morphine Rapi-Ject
generic name: morphine
Morphine Sulfate ER
generic name: morphine
Morphine Sulfate IR
generic name: morphine
Morphine Sulfate SR
generic name: morphine
Morphitec
generic name: morphine
MS Contin
generic name: morphine
MS/S
generic name: morphine
MSIR
generic name: morphine
Nalex Expectorant
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Nalex-DH
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Narcof
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Nariz HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Narvox
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
Nasatuss
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Nazarin HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Neo HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Norco
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Notuss
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Notuss PD
generic name: dexchlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Notuss-Forte
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Novasus
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone
Nucynta
generic name: tapentadol
Nucynta ER
generic name: tapentadol
Numorphan
generic name: oxymorphone
Numorphan HCl
generic name: oxymorphone
Obredon
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
OMS
generic name: morphine
Onsolis
generic name: fentanyl
Opana
generic name: oxymorphone
Opana ER
generic name: oxymorphone
Oramorph SR
generic name: morphine
Orlaam
generic name: levomethadyl acetate
Oxaydo
generic name: oxycodone
Oxecta
generic name: oxycodone
Oxycet
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
OxyContin
generic name: oxycodone
Oxydose
generic name: oxycodone
Oxyfast
generic name: oxycodone
OxyIR
generic name: oxycodone
P-V-Tussin
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
P-V-Tussin Syrup
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Palladone
generic name: hydromorphone
Panacet
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Panasal 5/500
generic name: aspirin/hydrocodone
Pancof HC
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Pancof XP
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Pediatex HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine v Percocet
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
Percocet 10/325
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
Percocet 10/650
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
Percocet 2.5/325
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
Percocet 5/325
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
Percocet 7.5/325
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
Percocet 7.5/500
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
Percodan
generic name: aspirin/oxycodone
Percodan-Demi
generic name: aspirin/oxycodone
Percolone
generic name: oxycodone
Perloxx
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
PhendaCof Plus
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
Phendal-HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Phenylephrine HD
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Pneumotussin
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Pneumotussin 2.5
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Pneumotussin HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Poly Hist HC
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
Poly-Tussin HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Poly-Tussin XP
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Primlev
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
ProCentra
generic name: dextroamphetamine
Procof
generic name: hydrocodone/potassium guaiacolsulfonate
Procof D
generic name: hydrocodone/potassium guaiacolsulfonate/pseudoephedrine
v Prolex DH
generic name: hydrocodone/potassium guaiacolsulfonate
Propatuss Expectorant
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Protuss
generic name: hydrocodone/potassium guaiacolsulfonate
Protuss-D
generic name: hydrocodone/potassium guaiacolsulfonate/pseudoephedrine
Pseudatex HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Q-V Tussin
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Qual-Tussin DC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
QuilliChew ER
generic name: methylphenidate
Quillivant XR
generic name: methylphenidate
Quindal HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Quindal HD Plus
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Relacon-HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Relacon-HC NR
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Relasin-HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Relasin-HCX
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Reprexain
generic name: hydrocodone/ibuprofen
Rescudose
generic name: morphine
Rezira
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Rindal HD Plus
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Rindal HPD
generic name: diphenhydramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Rindal-HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Ritalin
generic name: methylphenidate
Ritalin LA
generic name: methylphenidate
Ritalin-SR
generic name: methylphenidate
RMS
generic name: morphine
Rolatuss with Hydrocodone
generic name: hydrocodone/pheniramine/phenylephrine/phenylpropanolamine/pyrilamine
Roxanol
generic name: morphine
Roxanol 100
generic name: morphine
Roxanol-T
generic name: morphine
Roxicet
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
Roxicodone
generic name: oxycodone
Roxicodone Intensol
generic name: oxycodone
Roxilox
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
Roxiprin
generic name: aspirin/oxycodone
Ru-Tuss with Hydrocodone
generic name: hydrocodone/pheniramine/phenylephrine/phenylpropanolamine/pyrilamine
S-T Forte
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pheniramine/phenylephrine/phenylpropanolamine
S-T Forte 2
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone
Seconal
generic name: secobarbital
Seconal Sodium
generic name: secobarbital
Seconal Sodium Pulvules
generic name: secobarbital
Simuc-HD
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Spantuss HD
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
SRC Expectorant
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Stagesic
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Statex
generic name: morphine
Su-Tuss HD Elixir
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Sublimaze
generic name: fentanyl
Subsys
generic name: fentanyl
Sufenta
generic name: sufentanil
SymTan
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
SymTan A
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
T-Gesic
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Targiniq ER
generic name: naloxone/oxycodone
Theracodophen Low 90
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Touro HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Tri-Vent HC
generic name: carbinoxamine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Triant-HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Trimal DH
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
Tuinal
generic name: amobarbital/secobarbital
Tusana-D
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Tusdec-HC
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Tuss-DS
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Tuss-HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Tuss-PD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Tussadur-HD
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Tussafed-HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Tussafed-HCG
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Tussafin
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Tussafin Liquid
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Tussend
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Tussend Expectorant
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Tussgen
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Tussgen Expectorant
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
TussiCaps
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone
Tussicle
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Tussigon
generic name: homatropine/hydrocodone
Tussin-V
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Tussinate
generic name: diphenhydramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Tussionex Pennkinetic
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone
Tussive HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Tusso-DF
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Tusso-HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Tussplex
generic name: hydrocodone/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
Tylox
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
Ultiva
generic name: remifentanil
Uni Tuss HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Uni-Lev 5.0
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Uni-Tricof HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Vanacet
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Vanacon
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Vanex Expectorant
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Vanex-HD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
VasoTuss HC
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
VazoTuss HC
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Ventuss Syrup
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Verdrocet
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Vetuss HC Syrup
generic name: hydrocodone/pheniramine/phenylephrine/phenylpropanolamine/pyrilamine
Vi-Q-Tuss
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Vicoclear
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Vicodin
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Vicodin ES
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Vicodin HP
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Vicodin Tuss
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Vicoprofen
generic name: hydrocodone/ibuprofen
Vicotuss
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Visvex
generic name: brompheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Vitussin Expectorant
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Vituz
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone
Vortex
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Vyvanse
generic name: lisdexamfetamine
Welltuss HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Xartemis XR
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
Xodol
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Xolox
generic name: acetaminophen/oxycodone
Xpect-HC
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Xylon
generic name: hydrocodone/ibuprofen
Z-Cof HC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Z-Cof HCX
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone
Z-Tuss 2
generic name: chlorpheniramine/guaifenesin/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Zamicet
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Zenzedi
generic name: dextroamphetamine
Zohydro ER
generic name: hydrocodone
Zolvit
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Zotex HC
generic name: dexchlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/phenylephrine
Ztuss ZT
generic name: guaifenesin/hydrocodone Zutripro
generic name: chlorpheniramine/hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine
Zydone
generic name: acetaminophen/hydrocodone
Zymine HC
generic name: hydrocodone/pseudoephedrine/triprolidine

What are examples of Category 3 controlled substances?

Amphetamines (Adderall, Dexedrine, Speed, Bennies, Uppers)
Anabolic Steroids
Barbiturates (Barbs, Blues, Seccies, Nembies, Dolls)
Buprenorphine (Subs, Oranges, Sobos)
Diazepam (Valium)
Dronabinol (Marinol)
Hydrocodone (Vicodin)
Ketamine (K, Special K, Vitamin K)
Morphine (Morph, Miss Emma, Dreamer) (less than 50mg per 100g or with a non-narcotic medication added )
Xyrem (containing GHB)

Adipost
generic name: phendimetrazine
Anabolin LA
generic name: nandrolone
Anadrol-50
generic name: oxymetholone
Andro LA 200
generic name: testosterone
Andro-Cyp 100
generic name: testosterone
Andro-Cyp 200
generic name: testosterone
Androderm
generic name: testosterone
AndroGel
generic name: testosterone
AndroGel 1.25 g Packets
generic name: testosterone
AndroGel 2.5 g Packets
generic name: testosterone
Android
generic name: methyltestosterone
Android-10
generic name: methyltestosterone
Android-25
generic name: methyltestosterone
Androlone-D
generic name: nandrolone
Androxy
generic name: fluoxymesterone
Andryl 200
generic name: nandrolone
Anorex-SR
generic name: phendimetrazine
Appecon
generic name: phendimetrazine
Ascomp with Codeine
generic name: aspirin/butalbital/caffeine/codeine
Aveed
generic name: testosterone
Axiron
generic name: testosterone
Belbuca
generic name: buprenorphine
Bio-T-Gel
generic name: testosterone
Bontril PDM
generic name: phendimetrazine
Bontril Slow Release
generic name: phendimetrazine
Bunavail
generic name: buprenorphine/naloxone
Buprenex
generic name: buprenorphine
Busodium
generic name: butabarbital
Butalbital Compound
generic name: aspirin/butalbital/caffeine
Butisol Sodium
generic name: butabarbital
Butrans
generic name: buprenorphine
Coldcough Syrup
generic name: chlorpheniramine/dihydrocodeine/pseudoephedrine
Colrex
generic name: acetaminophen/chlorpheniramine/codeine/phenylephrine
Colrex Compound
generic name: acetaminophen/chlorpheniramine/codeine/phenylephrine
Cotabflu
generic name: acetaminophen/chlorpheniramine/codeine
Covaryx
generic name: esterified estrogens/methyltestosterone
Covaryx HS
generic name: esterified estrogens/methyltestosterone
Deca-Durabolin
generic name: nandrolone
Delatest
generic name: testosterone
Delatestadiol
generic name: estradiol/testosterone
Delatestryl
generic name: testosterone
Dep Androgyn
generic name: estradiol/testosterone
Depandro 100
generic name: testosterone
Depo-Testadiol
generic name: estradiol/testosterone
Depo-Testosterone
generic name: testosterone
Depotest
generic name: testosterone
Depotestogen
generic name: estradiol/testosterone
DHC Plus
generic name: acetaminophen/caffeine/dihydrocodeine
Didrex
generic name: benzphetamine
Dihydro-CP
generic name: chlorpheniramine/dihydrocodeine/pseudoephedrine
DiHydro-GP
generic name: dihydrocodeine/guaifenesin/pseudoephedrine
Donatuss DC
generic name: dihydrocodeine/guaifenesin/phenylephrine
Duo-Cyp
generic name: estradiol/testosterone
Dura-Dumone
generic name: estradiol/testosterone
Durabolin
generic name: nandrolone
Durabolin 50
generic name: nandrolone
Duratest
generic name: testosterone
Duratestrin
generic name: estradiol/testosterone
Durathate 200
generic name: testosterone
EEMT
generic name: esterified estrogens/methyltestosterone
EEMT DS
generic name: esterified estrogens/methyltestosterone
EEMT HS
generic name: esterified estrogens/methyltestosterone
Empirin with Codeine
generic name: aspirin/codeine Essian
generic name: esterified estrogens/methyltestosterone
Essian H.S.
generic name: esterified estrogens/methyltestosterone
Estra-Testrin
generic name: estradiol/testosterone
Estratest
generic name: esterified estrogens/methyltestosterone
Estratest H.S.
generic name: esterified estrogens/methyltestosterone
Everone
generic name: testosterone
Farbital
generic name: aspirin/butalbital/caffeine
Fioricet with Codeine
generic name: acetaminophen/butalbital/caffeine/codeine
Fiorinal
generic name: aspirin/butalbital/caffeine
Fiorinal with Codeine
generic name: aspirin/butalbital/caffeine/codeine
Fiorinal with Codeine III
generic name: aspirin/butalbital/caffeine/codeine
Fiormor
generic name: aspirin/butalbital/caffeine
Fiortal
generic name: aspirin/butalbital/caffeine
Fiortal with Codeine
generic name: aspirin/butalbital/caffeine/codeine
FIRST-Testosterone
generic name: testosterone
FIRST-Testosterone MC
generic name: testosterone
Floricet with Codeine
generic name: acetaminophen/butalbital/caffeine/codeine
Fortabs
generic name: aspirin/butalbital/caffeine
Fortesta
generic name: testosterone
Fycompa
generic name: perampanel
Giltuss Ped-C
generic name: codeine/guaifenesin/phenylephrine
Halotestin
generic name: fluoxymesterone
Histerone
generic name: testosterone
Hybolin Decanoate
generic name: nandrolone
Hybolin-Improved
generic name: nandrolone
Hydro-Tussin DHC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/dihydrocodeine/pseudoephedrine
Hydro-Tussin EXP
generic name: dihydrocodeine/guaifenesin/pseudoephedrine
Idenal
generic name: aspirin/butalbital/caffeine
J-Cof DHC
generic name: brompheniramine/dihydrocodeine/pseudoephedrine
J-Max DHC
generic name: dihydrocodeine/guaifenesin
Ketalar
generic name: ketamine
Laniroif
generic name: aspirin/butalbital/caffeine
LidoProfen
generic name: ketamine/ketoprofen/lidocaine topical
Marinol
generic name: dronabinol
Maxiflu CD
generic name: acetaminophen/codeine/guaifenesin/pseudoephedrine
Maxiflu CDX
generic name: acetaminophen/codeine/guaifenesin/pseudoephedrine
Maxiphen CD
generic name: codeine/guaifenesin/phenylephrine
Maxiphen CDX
generic name: codeine/guaifenesin/phenylephrine
Meditest
generic name: testosterone
Melfiat
generic name: phendimetrazine
Menogen
generic name: esterified estrogens/methyltestosterone
Menogen HS
generic name: esterified estrogens/methyltestosterone
Methitest
generic name: methyltestosterone
Natesto
generic name: testosterone
Obezine
generic name: phendimetrazine
Oreton Methyl
generic name: methyltestosterone
Oxandrin
generic name: oxandrolone
Pancof
generic name: chlorpheniramine/dihydrocodeine/pseudoephedrine
Pancof EXP
generic name: dihydrocodeine/guaifenesin/pseudoephedrine
Panlor DC
generic name: acetaminophen/caffeine/dihydrocodeine
Panlor SS
generic name: acetaminophen/caffeine/dihydrocodeine
Pentothal
generic name: thiopental
Phendiet
generic name: phendimetrazine
Phendiet-105
generic name: phendimetrazine
Phenflu CD
generic name: acetaminophen/codeine/guaifenesin/phenylephrine
Phenflu CDX
generic name: acetaminophen/codeine/guaifenesin/phenylephrine
Phrenilin with Caffeine and Codeine
generic name: acetaminophen/butalbital/caffeine/codeine
Plegine
generic name: phendimetrazine
Poly Hist DHC
generic name: dihydrocodeine/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
Poly Tussin EX
generic name: dihydrocodeine/guaifenesin/phenylephrine
Poly-Tussin EX Syrup
generic name: dihydrocodeine/guaifenesin/phenylephrine
Prelu-2
generic name: phendimetrazine
Prelu-2 TR
generic name: phendimetrazine
Recede
generic name: benzphetamine
Regimex
generic name: benzphetamine
Soma Compound with Codeine
generic name: aspirin/carisoprodol/codeine
Statobex
generic name: phendimetrazine
Striant
generic name: testosterone
Suboxone
generic name: buprenorphine/naloxone
Subutex
generic name: buprenorphine
Synalgos-DC
generic name: aspirin/caffeine/dihydrocodeine
Syntest DS
generic name: esterified estrogens/methyltestosterone
Syntest HS
generic name: esterified estrogens/methyltestosterone
Teslac
generic name: testolactone
Testamone-100
generic name: testosterone
Testim
generic name: testosterone
Testoderm
generic name: testosterone
Testolin
generic name: testosterone
Testopel
generic name: testosterone
Testopel Pellets
generic name: testosterone
Testred
generic name: methyltestosterone
Testro
generic name: testosterone
Testro AQ
generic name: testosterone
Testro-LA
generic name: testosterone
Trezix
generic name: acetaminophen/caffeine/dihydrocodeine
Tricof
generic name: chlorpheniramine/dihydrocodeine/pseudoephedrine
Tridal
generic name: codeine/guaifenesin/phenylephrine
Uni-Cof
generic name: chlorpheniramine/dihydrocodeine/pseudoephedrine
Uni-Cof Expectorant
generic name: dihydrocodeine/guaifenesin/pseudoephedrine
Valertest No 1
generic name: estradiol/testosterone
Virilon
generic name: methyltestosterone
Virilon IM
generic name: testosterone
Vogelxo
generic name: testosterone
Welltuss EXP
generic name: dihydrocodeine/guaifenesin/pseudoephedrine
Winstrol
generic name: stanozolol
Xyrem
generic name: sodium oxybate
Zerlor
generic name: acetaminophen/caffeine/dihydrocodeine
Zubsolv
generic name: buprenorphine/naloxone


What are examples of Category 4 controlled substances?

Alprazolam, Xanax, Z-bars, Zanny
Barbiturates (Barbs, Blues, Seccies, Nembies, Dolls)
Certain Products Containing Codeine
Chloral Hydrate
Clonazepam (Klonipin, Valpax, K-Pin, Benzos, Downers)
Diazepam (Valium)
Flunitrazepam (Roofies, Date-Rape Drug)
Lorazepam, Ativan, Atties, Benzos, Downers
Meprobamate
Paraldehyde
Phenobarbitol
Xanax
Zolpidem (Ambien, Stillnox, Zolpimist

Adipex-P
generic name: phentermine
Alidrin
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Alprazolam Intensol
generic name: alprazolam
Ambien
generic name: zolpidem
Ambien CR
generic name: zolpidem
Amidrine
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Aquachloral Supprettes
generic name: chloral hydrate
Ativan
generic name: lorazepam
Atti-Plex P
generic name: phentermine
Balacet
generic name: acetaminophen/propoxyphene
Belsomra
generic name: suvorexant
Belviq
generic name: lorcaserin
Brevital Sodium
generic name: methohexital
Carisoprodol Compound
generic name: aspirin/carisoprodol
Chlordinium
generic name: chlordiazepoxide/clidinium
Clindex
generic name: chlordiazepoxide/clidinium
ConZip
generic name: tramadol
Cylert
generic name: pemoline
Dalmane
generic name: flurazepam
Darvocet A500
generic name: acetaminophen/propoxyphene
Darvocet-N 100
generic name: acetaminophen/propoxyphene
Darvocet-N 50
generic name: acetaminophen/propoxyphene
Darvon
generic name: propoxyphene
Darvon Compound 32
generic name: aspirin/caffeine/propoxyphene
Darvon Compound-65
generic name: aspirin/caffeine/propoxyphene
Darvon-N
generic name: propoxyphene
Diacetazone
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Diastat
generic name: diazepam
Diastat AcuDial
generic name: diazepam
Diastat Pediatric
generic name: diazepam
Diazepam Intensol
generic name: diazepam
Dizac
generic name: diazepam
Doral
generic name: quazepam
Duradrin
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Edluar
generic name: zolpidem
Epidrin
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Equagesic
generic name: aspirin/meprobamate
Equanil
generic name: meprobamate
Fastin
generic name: phentermine
GenRx Tramadol
generic name: tramadol
Halcion
generic name: triazolam
IDA
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Intermezzo
generic name: zolpidem
Ionamin
generic name: phentermine
Iso-Acetazone
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Isocom
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Klonopin
generic name: clonazepam
Klonopin Wafer
generic name: clonazepam
Larapam SR
generic name: tramadol
LarkaDrin
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Librax
generic name: chlordiazepoxide/clidinium
Libritabs
generic name: chlordiazepoxide
Librium
generic name: chlordiazepoxide
Limbitrol
generic name: amitriptyline/chlordiazepoxide
Limbitrol DS
generic name: amitriptyline/chlordiazepoxide
Lorazepam Intensol
generic name: lorazepam
Luminal
generic name: phenobarbital
Lunesta
generic name: eszopiclone
Lusedra
generic name: fospropofol
Mazanor
generic name: mazindol
MB-TAB
generic name: meprobamate
Mebaral
generic name: mephobarbital
Meridia
generic name: sibutramine
Micrainin
generic name: aspirin/meprobamate
Midchlor
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Midrin
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Migquin
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Migragesic IDA
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Migrapap
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Migratine
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Migrazone
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Migrex
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Migrin-A
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Miltown
generic name: meprobamate
Mitran
generic name: chlordiazepoxide
Mitride
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Motofen
generic name: atropine/difenoxin
Niravam
generic name: alprazolam
Nodolor
generic name: acetaminophen/dichloralphenazone/isometheptene mucate
Nuvigil
generic name: armodafinil
Obenix
generic name: phentermine
Obephen
generic name: phentermine
Oby-Cap
generic name: phentermine
Oby-Trim
generic name: phentermine
Onfi
generic name: clobazam
Panshape M
generic name: phentermine
Paral
generic name: paraldehyde
Paxipam
generic name: halazepam
PC-CAP
generic name: aspirin/caffeine/propoxyphene
Phentercot
generic name: phentermine
Phentride
generic name: phentermine
Placidyl
generic name: ethchlorvynol
Pondimin
generic name: fenfluramine
Poxi
generic name: chlordiazepoxide
PP-Cap
generic name: propoxyphene
Pro-Fast HS
generic name: phentermine
Pro-Fast SA
generic name: phentermine
Pro-Fast SR
generic name: phentermine
Propacet 100
generic name: acetaminophen/propoxyphene
Propoxyphene Compound 65
generic name: aspirin/caffeine/propoxyphene
Prosom
generic name: estazolam
Provigil
generic name: modafinil
Qsymia
generic name: phentermine/topiramate
Redux
generic name: dexfenfluramine
Restoril
generic name: temazepam
Rybix
generic name: tramadol
Rybix ODT
generic name: tramadol
Ryzolt
generic name: tramadol
Sanorex
generic name: mazindol
Serax
generic name: oxazepam
Solfoton
generic name: phenobarbital
Soma
generic name: carisoprodol
Soma Compound
generic name: aspirin/carisoprodol
Somnote
generic name: chloral hydrate
Sonata
generic name: zaleplon
Stadol
generic name: butorphanol
Suprenza
generic name: phentermine
T-Diet
generic name: phentermine
Talacen
generic name: acetaminophen/pentazocine
Talwin
generic name: pentazocine
Talwin Compound
generic name: aspirin/pentazocine
Talwin Nx
generic name: naloxone/pentazocine
Tenuate
generic name: diethylpropion
Tenuate Dospan
generic name: diethylpropion
Tepanil
generic name: diethylpropion
Teramine
generic name: phentermine
Teramine ER
generic name: phentermine
Tramahexal
generic name: tramadol
Tramahexal SR
generic name: tramadol
Tramal
generic name: tramadol
Tramal SR
generic name: tramadol
Tramapap
generic name: acetaminophen/tramadol
Tramedo
generic name: tramadol
Tranxene
generic name: clorazepate
Tranxene SD
generic name: clorazepate
Tranxene T-Tab
generic name: clorazepate
Trycet
generic name: acetaminophen/propoxyphene
Ultracet
generic name: acetaminophen/tramadol
Ultram
generic name: tramadol
Ultram ER
generic name: tramadol
Ultram ODT
generic name: tramadol
Valium
generic name: diazepam
Valrelease
generic name: diazepam
Vanadom
generic name: carisoprodol
Versed
generic name: midazolam
Wygesic
generic name: acetaminophen/propoxyphene
Xanax
generic name: alprazolam
Xanax XR
generic name: alprazolam
Zamadol
generic name: tramadol
Zantryl
generic name: phentermine
Zetran
generic name: diazepam
Zolpimist
generic name: zolpidem
Zydol
generic name: tramadol
Zydol XL
generic name: tramadol

What are examples of Category 5 controlled substances?

Airacof
generic name: codeine/diphenhydramine/phenylephrine
Ala-Hist AC
generic name: codeine/phenylephrine
Alahist DHC
generic name: dihydrocodeine/phenylephrine
Allerfrin with Codeine
generic name: codeine/pseudoephedrine/triprolidine
Alphen Expectorant
generic name: codeine/guaifenesin/phenylpropanolamine
Ambenyl
generic name: bromodiphenhydramine/codeine
Ambophen
generic name: bromodiphenhydramine/codeine
BroveX CB
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine
BroveX CBX
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine
BroveX PB C
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/phenylephrine
BroveX PB CX
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/phenylephrine
Calcidrine
generic name: anhydrous calcium iodide/codeine
CapCof
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/phenylephrine
Centussin DHC
generic name: brompheniramine/dihydrocodeine/phenylephrine
Chemdal Expectorant
generic name: codeine/guaifenesin/phenylpropanolamine
Co-Histine DH
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Codahistine-DH Elixir
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Codegest Expectorant
generic name: codeine/guaifenesin/phenylpropanolamine
Codehist DH
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Codimal PH
generic name: codeine/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
Cyndal Expectorant
generic name: codeine/guaifenesin/phenylpropanolamine
Decohistine DH
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Demi-Cof
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/phenylephrine/potassium iodide
Dexphen w/C
generic name: codeine/dexchlorpheniramine/phenylephrine
Dicomal-PH
generic name: codeine/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
Dihistine DH
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Dimetane DC
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/phenylpropanolamine
Efasin Expectorant SF
generic name: codeine/guaifenesin/phenylpropanolamine
EndaCof-AC
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine
EndaCof-DH
generic name: brompheniramine/dihydrocodeine/phenylephrine
Endal CD
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/phenylephrine
Endal CD (old formulation)
generic name: codeine/diphenhydramine/phenylephrine
Endal Expectorant
generic name: codeine/guaifenesin/phenylpropanolamine
Enditussin Expectorant
generic name: codeine/guaifenesin/phenylpropanolamine
Endotuss Expectorant
generic name: codeine/guaifenesin/phenylpropanolamine
Liquihistine CS
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/phenylpropanolamine
Logen
generic name: atropine/diphenoxylate
Lomanate
generic name: atropine/diphenoxylate
Lomocot
generic name: atropine/diphenoxylate
Lomotil
generic name: atropine/diphenoxylate
Lonox
generic name: atropine/diphenoxylate
Lyrica
generic name: pregabalin
M-End Max D
generic name: codeine/dexbrompheniramine/pseudoephedrine
M-End PE
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/phenylephrine
M-End WC
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
M-Phen
generic name: codeine/phenylephrine/promethazine
Mar-cof BP
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Mesehist WC
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Myphetane DC
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/phenylpropanolamine
Naldecon-CX Adult
generic name: codeine/guaifenesin/phenylpropanolamine
Nalex AC
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine
Nasotuss
generic name: chlorcyclizine/codeine/phenylephrine
Neo AC
generic name: codeine/pseudoephedrine/pyrilamine
Notuss-NX
generic name: chlorcyclizine/codeine
Notuss-NXD
generic name: chlorcyclizine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Notuss-PE
generic name: codeine/phenylephrine
Novadyne DH
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Pediacof
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/phenylephrine/potassium iodide
Pedituss
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/phenylephrine/potassium iodide
Phenergan VC with Codeine
generic name: codeine/phenylephrine/promethazine
Phenylhistine DH
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Phenylhistine DH Expectorant
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Poly CS
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/phenylpropanolamine
Poly-Histine CS
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/phenylpropanolamine
Poly-Tussin
generic name: chlorcyclizine/codeine
Poly-Tussin AC
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/phenylephrine
Poly-Tussin D
generic name: chlorcyclizine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Poly-Tussin DHC
generic name: brompheniramine/dihydrocodeine/phenylephrine
Polyhist NC
generic name: codeine/pseudoephedrine/triprolidine
Polytine CS
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/phenylpropanolamine
Potiga
generic name: ezogabine
Pro-Clear AC
generic name: codeine/pyrilamine
Pro-Red AC
generic name: codeine/dexchlorpheniramine/phenylephrine
Pro-Red AC (old formulation)
generic name: codeine/phenylephrine/pyrilamine
Promethazine VC w/Codeine
generic name: codeine/phenylephrine/promethazine
Promethazine VC with Codeine
generic name: codeine/phenylephrine/promethazine
Pseudodine C
generic name: codeine/pseudoephedrine/triprolidine
Rolatuss
generic name: ammonium chloride/chlorpheniramine/codeine/phenylephrine
Rydex
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Ryna-C
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Statuss
generic name: codeine/guaifenesin/phenylpropanolamine
Statuss Green
generic name: chlorcyclizine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
T- Koff
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/phenylephrine/phenylpropanolamine
TL-Hist CD
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/phenylephrine
Triacin C
generic name: codeine/pseudoephedrine/triprolidine
Triafed & Codeine
generic name: codeine/pseudoephedrine/triprolidine
Tricode AR
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Trifed C
generic name: codeine/pseudoephedrine/triprolidine
Trihist-CS
generic name: brompheniramine/codeine/phenylpropanolamine
Tussirex
generic name: codeine/pheniramine/phenylephrine/sodium citrate
Tussirex Sugar Free
generic name: codeine/pheniramine/phenylephrine/sodium citrate
Vanacof CD
generic name: codeine/dexchlorpheniramine/phenylephrine
Vi-Atro
generic name: atropine/diphenoxylate
Vimpat
generic name: lacosamide
Zodryl DAC
generic name: chlorpheniramine/codeine/pseudoephedrine
Zotex-C
generic name: codeine/phenylephrine/pyrilamine What punishments do they deserve?

Penalties

Penalties are different depending on the type of Controlled Substance Act violations and on the harms to others.

What are examples of punishments in this situation?
A conviction for possession of a controlled substance can result in harsh penalties, including jail or prison sentences, license suspension, a criminal record, fines, and/or lasting negative consequences to the individual’s life, including loss of job and educational opportunities. In many instances, the ability to travel abroad may also be affected.

The legal penalties for drug crimes generally depend on several factors, such as:
•The amount or quantity of the drug
•The classification of the drug according to the category/schedules
•The purpose of the drug possession (i.e., personal use vs. distribution)

The most serious types of drug crimes include producing, manufacturing, and/or selling illegal drugs. The intent to distribute drugs can make possession charges more serious.

Public corruption inside and outside the state.
What is public corruption inside and outside the state?
Public corruption inside and outside the state has been elaborated upon in many pages.

Have complaints of harms inside and outside the state been received?
Are officers inside and outside the state involved in the harms?

If yes, public corruption investigations must proceed, with punishments.

What are some scenarios of public corruption inside or outside the state?
Fraudulent placement, promotion, raise, specific placement, extra resources, wrongful hiring, wrongful job appointment, fraudulent election while harming others inside and/or outside the state.
Bribery
Receiving unlawful gratuities, asking, demanding, soliciting, accepting, or agreeing to receive anything of value in return for being influenced in the performance of official duties while harming others inside and/or outside the state.
Money laundering, contracts fraud, bribery, RICO, fraud, false statements.

In New York, North America, NY Penal L 200.22 is applicable in such crimes.
All other states in North America as well as Asia, Africa, South America, and Australia have similar criminal offenses.

How can public corruption be prevented inside and outside the state?
Essential departments in every state and outside the state should be enhanced.

Who all are involved in public corruption inside and/or outside the state?
On January 11, 2016, it was revealed that Hillary Clinton was involved in a public corruption investigation.
These crimes are in addition to other criminal activities perpetuated on others by Hillary Clinton.
Freeze all assets of Hillary Clinton.
Here are further facts.
http://www.nazianazirqazi.org/
Hillary Clinton is entitled to 2 meals a day in jail, followed by the death penalty.

Why is it essential to scrutinize public corruption inside and outside the state?
Even if public corruption happens outside the state, residents of a state can be harmed.
Departments in the state can be harmed.
Others inside the state as well as outside the state can be harmed.

What else needs to be accomplished?
Foundation donations or any donations are the equivalent of money laundering, and such activities should be banned.
The State Department cannot issue any contracts or directives.
All directives must proceed through the essential departments of various states.
Grants and contributions to public charities, known as a 501(c)(3), must be stopped.
Awareness of essential departments in every state is important.

What are the essential departments in every state?
Take a look at this: http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/departments.html

Negligent Entrustment
How does it work?
In essence, one party is held liable when they allow someone else to use a dangerous instrumentality despite the fact that they either know or should know that the person they are allowing to use the item could be dangerous using it.

Here is an example.
Name of deceased: Marlin Banks Jr.
Age at time of death: 12 years.
Death date and time: Monday November 16, 2015 7:35 AM,
Location of death: North Richland Avenue in York.
Cause, mechanism, manner of death: medical examiner/coroner office. Cause and manner of death Accidental self-inflicted gunshot as per statement from coroner’s office: Is that correct? No, declares Doctor Asif Qureshi.

Circumstances of death: What do you understand by negligent entrustment?
If a person less than 18 years or more than 18 years apparently kills himself or herself, who created these circumstance for him or her?
Circumstance of this death: Negligent entrustment.
Cause and manner of death: Further investigations required.
Circumstance of death: Negligent entrustment. Further investigations required.

Immigration Issues
What is an example of a legal resident of the state under color of state law?
Doctor Asif Qureshi is an example of a legal resident of a state under color of state law.
Name of the state: Illinois, North America.
From 1999 until April 5, 2017—more than 17 years—Doctor Asif Qureshi remained a resident of Illinois, North America.
All other states endorse this in American states.
Doctor Asif Qureshi is eligible for state programs including jobs, compensations, damages, restorative justice retroactively, housing, telephone and Internet service, dependents who live with him, healthcare, air travel, resident services, one guest staying for the night at home, many guests staying with him in a hotel room (preferably extended hotel), and other resources in American states.

How do you adjust an individual legal resident of state under color of state law?
A case manager is assigned to the individual.
The individual is profiled by the case manager.
The state’s department of human services approves the survival needs for the individual.
Based on professional guidelines, the person can approve remuneration, income, and/or compensation for the individual.
Regular follow-up occurs to monitor the progress of the individual indefinitely.

What is a lawmaker?
Knowledge of state criminal law, international law, essential departments inside and outside the state, and staff of these departments as well as essential abilities is essential for a lawmaker.

What have been truthful findings about fraudulent lawmakers?
Nowadays, criminals with finance, banking, and tourism tricks are fraudulently installed as fraudulent lawmakers. This is not justified. Fraudulent elections or elections without confidence are not necessary. Lawmakers’ competency is essential.

What are other names or terms for a lawmaker?
Politician
Legislator

What are examples of lawmakers?
Doctor Asif Qureshi, founder of Qureshi University, is an example of a genuine lawmaker.
Doctor Asif Qureshi is a lawmaker of the North American states, Asia, Africa, Latin American states, and their dependencies, totaling more than 330 states.

Issues that need further investigation.

What issues need further investigation?
Let’s examine this.

What has happened?
21,362 immigrants reported being taken into custody for deportation proceedings in Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, San Antonio, and New York from January through mid-March 2017.

Questions that need to be answered.

Where is the list of 21,362 immigrants taken into custody for deportation proceedings from January to mid-March 2017?
How do Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents know that immigration issues do not require consultation with USCIS, INS, Homeland Security, Department of State or similar departments?
Last Updated: October 14, 2017