Thanks for posting that regular. Still not realistic. For instance, if I murder a guy, I'm charged with one count of murder. Not one count of murder for each organ in his body that died as a result of me killing him. I'm not sure what the answer would be though for drug related charges. Personal use is massively subjective, and the negative impact (of most AAS use) on society is negligible.
If you murder someone, they will attach several other lesser charges which may seem redundant but amount to separate charges.
For example, if I hit a pedestrian with my vehicle and leave the scene, I can be given multiple charges for the same offense.
Hit and run, reckless driving, assault with a deadly weapon along with any other additional charges which may be added if the accident resulted in injury to the pedestrian.
Simple failure to yield to up to vehicular homicide.
I’ve been slapped with four felonies for the same crime decades ago.
I successfully argued that two of the charges were essentially the same but only worded slightly differently.
Those two charges were dropped.
Cops and prosecutors will always overstate the true street value and total units in order to give themselves room to negotiate a plea bargain for lesser charges.
It’s part of the game they play.
Makes for good propaganda to overstate the total volume of their seizures.
0.5ml as a single unit is fairly strict, imo.
That would be 20 units per each 10mL vial of oil.
20 separate charges for a single vial of gear is an abuse of power.