New York Consolidated Laws, Penal Law - PEN § 220.60 Criminal possession of precursors of controlled substances

A person is guilty of criminal possession of precursors of controlled substances when, with intent to manufacture a controlled substance unlawfully, he possesses at the same time:

(a) carbamide (urea) and propanedioc and malonic acid or its derivatives;  or

(b) ergot or an ergot derivative and diethylamine or dimethylformamide or diethylamide;  or

(c) phenylacetone (1-phenyl-2 propanone) and hydroxylamine or ammonia or formamide or benzaldehyde or nitroethane or methylamine.

(d) pentazocine and methyliodide;  or

(e) phenylacetonitrile and dichlorodiethyl methylamine or dichlorodiethyl benzylamine;  or

(f) diephenylacetonitrile   1 and dimethylaminoisopropyl chloride;  or

(g) piperidine and cyclohexanone and bromobenzene and lithium or magnesium;  or

(h) 2, 5-dimethoxy benzaldehyde and nitroethane and a reducing agent.

Criminal prossession   1 of precursors of controlled substances is a class E felony.

1 So in original.

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