DEA


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  • noun

Synonyms for DEA

federal agency responsible for enforcing laws and regulations governing narcotics and controlled substances

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The original definition was that in order for a drug to have an accepted medical use it had to be lawfully marketed in the United States under the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act," says Charlotte Mapes, a DEA attorney.
The lower rates of CDEPA formation from alachlor and butachlor by human liver microsomes suggest that there would be less DEA formed.
In Taketa, an internal affairs investigation was begun when a DEA agent reported to her superior that another DEA agent had shown her how to modify pen register equipment to record phone conversations in violation of federal law.
The decision to open a DEA office in Sofia reflects the close and mutually beneficial relationship we share and the success we have had combating narcotics trafficking together.
6 and the DEA received 264 official comments, 87% of which supported the proposal.
In late August, the DEA also raided the Trichome Healing Center at 7100 Van Nuys Blvd.
When not arguing about what to prohibit next, the site's contributors often ponder life after the DEA.
DEA validation teams visits March 15-April 15, 2005
Michael Levine, author of Deep Cover and a decorated DEA agent with 25 years of experience fighting drugs overseas, said what was going on in Haiti was "just another example of elements of the U.
Other programs sponsored by the Foundation include the DEA Youth Dance Program, a free after-school dance program started by Jill Roberts.
8220;When we started the DEA Youth Dance Program, we hoped it would change young lives and inspire kids to do something positive with their time and energy,” said Jill Roberts, founder and director of the DEA Youth Dance Program.
Reports are that the incident involving the DEA occurred around the same time the Secret Service agents were in Colombia.
Bulgarian Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, who is on an official trip to the US, met in Washington DC with Michelle Lionheart, Acting Director of the Drug Enforcement Agency, DEA.
Following highly competitive selection processes, newly hired agents for both the FBI and the DEA come to the Academy for several months of intensive training.