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Indictment language

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February 28, 2017, 14:50
nlostracco
Indictment language
The defendant had the following in the county jail: DPS lab report reads......FUB-AMB: A compound with an Indazole (Core), Methyl methoxy oxobutate (Group A) and Carboxamide (Link). 0.10 grams net weight.

I know it is a Penalty Group 2-A, but what do we call the substance in the indictment? FUB-AMB? K-2??????
February 28, 2017, 15:28
Jon English
In my opinion, you write exactly that: A compound with an Indazole (Core), Methyl methoxy oxobutate (Group A) and Carboxamide (Link). I'd stay away from slang terms that aren't defined.
February 28, 2017, 15:52
nlostracco
That was my thought, but I was hoping I was wrong. The prospect of reading that indictment language aloud makes me nervous!!! Wink
February 28, 2017, 16:04
Jon English
Put your hand over your mouth and mumble when you get to the hard words. Or like cough or something.