aMT and the law

aMT became a Class A drug In January 2015. This means that it is illegal to have for yourself, give away or sell:
•Possession of aMT can get you up to seven years in jail and/or an unlimited fine.
•Supplying someone else, even your friends, with aMT can get you up to life imprisonment and/or an unlimited fine.
What if you’re caught?

If the Police catch you with aMT, they’ll always take some action. This could include a formal caution, arrest and prosecution.
A conviction for a drug-related offence could have a serious impact. It can stop you visiting certain countries – for example the United States – and limit the types of jobs you can apply for.


Did you know?

  • Mixing drugs with driving is illegal and can be very dangerous. It may lead to you having an accident and injuring yourself or your friends.
  • You could still be unfit to drive the day after using aMT.
  • You can get a heavy fine, be disqualified from driving or even go to prison if you take aMT and it affects how you drive.