LEGAL HIGHS are no longer legal thanks to a new act that comes in tonight.
The Psychoactive Substances Act - strongly campaigned for by Labour MP Dan Jarvis - comes into force at midnight on Wednesday May 25.
This means that Legal Highs will no longer be legal to produce, distribute or import.
Anyone caught breaking the new law could receive a seven year prison term.
However, it is still not an offence to possess the drugs for personal use.
Legal Highs are psychoactive substances that mimic the effects of illegal drugs such as cannabis, cocaine and heroin, but are produced from chemicals that are unlicenced and dangerous to users.