drug-related


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drug-related

[ˈdrʌgrɪˌleɪtɪd] ADJrelacionado con la droga
drug-related crimedrogodelincuencia f
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Currently, the death penalty can only be sought in drug-related cases when murder or the death of a law enforcement officer is involved.
killing of Richard Lubiano and Jerry Mata in Barangay Central in Mati City could be drug-related.
He said the command also secured 49 convictions for drug-related cases while 83 drug dependant persons were counselled.
The Centers for Disease Control released its 2016 mortality data report and found that there were 63,632 drug-related deaths last year, an increase of 21 percent from 2015.
The tragedy was the second drug-related death in two years at the nightspot.
Amid mounting furor in political circles, the National Police Commission (Napolcom) is standing pat on its withdrawal of deputation of police powers of certain local chief executives, and reiterated that the reasons for doing so were "not all drug-related.
THE arrest of a suspect near Birmingham's New Street station after a man was seen with a knife is being treated as a drug-related incident.
This event aims to raise awareness that overdose deaths are preventable, reduce stigma about substance use disorders and drug-related deaths, highlight community drug-related services, and support evidence-based policies and programs to prevent or reduce drug-related harms.
Summary: The Internal Security Forces arrested a man suspected of theft, drug-related activity and being a member of an armed gang, the state-run National News Agency reported Tuesday.
They also use information from the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality to compile data on drug-related ED visits at the county and state level.
Information from members of the public is vital in the fight against drug-related crime and members of the public can rest assured that our efforts in tackling drug-related crime will continue.
The United Nations human rights chief has expressed alarm at reports that up to 14 people, including Zulifiqar Ali, a Pakistani national, face imminent execution in Indonesia, most of them for drug-related offences, and urged the authorities of "the most prolific executioner" in Southeast Asia to immediately reinstate a moratorium on the death penalty.