Joe Nacchio was once the head of a major communications company before being convicted on federal charges and sent to prison for six years. Now back on the outside, the man convicted of insider trading (Nacchio insists to this day that he was innocent) writes about some of the myths that surround life in prison.
According to drug experts, methamphetamine users take the drug in a variety of ways, including smoking it, snorting it and dissolving it in water and then injecting it. No matter how it is consumed, the substance is said by the National Institute on Drug Abuse to deliver an "immediate, intense euphoria."
If you're driving home from visiting your Benton physician and you have taken a dose of prescribed Adderall, it's possible that you could face charges of driving under the influence -- even though the prescription is legal and appropriate and taken in the proper dosage. Adderall is a stimulant that can have side effects, according to WebMD, that include confusion, slurred speech and other effects that might well indicate to Kentucky law enforcement officers that you are impaired.