Act No. 36/1995 of 11 December 1995 establishing a seized assets fund for drug trafficking and other related offences regulates the destination of the above-mentioned assets and stipulates that they apply to the prevention of drug addiction and to the support and social and professional integration of drug addicts (at least fifty per cent of goods). and the improvement of activities for the prevention, investigation and punishment of the above-mentioned crimes and international cooperation in these areas. Figure 1 shows that 85% of drug users were men with an average age of 28.5 years; It also points out that 71 per cent use marijuana and 67 per cent use cocaine; of these, 58% are identified as addicted, that is, they use drugs continuously because they are addicted; However, 52% believe that these users want to stop using these substances, of which only 14% could do so without help. In the case of human trafficking, the Criminal Code distinguishes between substances that cause serious harm to health and other substances that Parliament considers not to be so harmful to health. The use or small quantities of drugs intended for one`s own consumption do not constitute a criminal offence. But how is this amount determined? In the event of a lawsuit, the courts usually take into account aspects such as the amount of drugs and whether or not the person is a habitual user, as well as the presence of a history of drug trafficking. In any case, the law prohibits the use of drugs in places, on the streets or in public institutions. The Penal Code also expressly provides, as an exempt circumstance, for complete poisoning due to the consumption of toxins, narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances or other similar effects, as well as the commission of a criminal offence under the influence of withdrawal syndrome due to dependence on these substances; and as a mitigating factor, the action of the person responsible because of his serious dependence on them. On the basis of the drug situation in Mexico, a researcher(6) points out that this country has no real context of the scenario experienced with the phenomenon, since there is a “simulation” to understand the problems caused by this situation, because there is an insensitivity to real problems and a simplification of social complexity. With this study, we are trying to propose a guideline for the study of the drug phenomenon, which takes into account more aspects that include it, since each country or state deals differently with those that deal with illegal drugs.

On the basis of the above, it is necessary to know the opinions of a group of persons residing in the State of QuerĂ©taro on the national legal aspects in the field of drug addiction or the use of illicit substances; This notice must be seen as a prerequisite for people to have a friend, relative or loved one who uses or uses drugs and who has had some kind of interaction with the police or who has been detained, that is, somehow he knew part of the law in this case. A person can get bogged down in medications as long as they have been prescribed. In this case, you will only use them by. But you cannot occasionally try less toxic substances, because in this case you will abuse drugs and you can be punished (Aureano, 2001). The inclusion criteria for the subjects were: all genders; be of legal age; who had never used illegal drugs in their life; you have a friend or family member who has used or used illegal drugs; you feel personally affected by your friend/family member`s drinking situation; and to detect the drug(s) that the subject is using or using. In 1993, the Prevention of Money Laundering Act was promulgated, which aims to prevent and hinder the laundering of funds derived from criminal activities (e.g. related to drug trafficking). This law imposes on financial institutions administrative obligations of information and cooperation, which also apply to other professional or commercial activities (casinos, etc.) that can be used for this money laundering. Similarly, the acquisition, transformation or transfer of property, if it is known that its origin is based on a crime of drug trafficking, and the concealment of the true nature, origin and ownership of the property (money laundering) are punishable as crimes; and the production, transport, distribution and trafficking of so-called “precursor” substances (chemical substances that can be used in the production of illicit drugs), knowing that they are used for the cultivation, manufacture or trafficking of toxic drugs, narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances. In this context, this study revealed that the friends or relatives of the respondents had legal problems due to their situation with the use of illicit substances, although it was not specified with the law whether these problems were due to the consumption, transport or trafficking of drugs or the attempt to obtain them. In fact, by asking the public about their views on illicit drugs and national laws, this research gets a more real perspective on the phenomenon and adds gravity to the complex situation(6). The Citizen Safety Protection Act of 1992 introduced important innovations in the use and possession of drugs.

Therefore, they are subject to administrative sanctions (fines, withdrawal of driver`s license, etc.) and are therefore not considered a crime, consumption in public places and illegal possession of illicit drugs, even if it is the consumption itself (if they were intended for trafficking in human beings, it would be a crime punishable by preventive sanctions), as well as the task of the tools or instruments used for the use of these drugs on this public. Locate.