Synthetic Marijuana Mail Order Business Indicted in Chicago’s South Suburb

According to Imperial Valley News a father and son in Chicago’s south suburbs have been indicted for operating a synthetic marijuana mail order business that allegedly produced $2 million dollars over three years. The father and son charged with the crime were both of New Lenox, Illinois.

Each were charged with the following:

  • one count of conspiring to commit misbranding of drugs,
  • four counts of placing misbranded drugs into commerce, five counts of receiving and delivering misbranded drugs,
  • two counts of conspiring to possess and distribute synthetic marijuana products,
  • six counts of distributing controlled substances or analogues, and
  • one count of attempting to distribute controlled substances or analogues.

As one of the leading Chicago land criminal defense lawyers – Attorney Robert Kerr has extensive experience defending clients facing serious drug crime charges.

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