Yes. Companies can be considered criminally liable for crimes against public health because they have commercialized harmful substances that do not comply with laws or regulations. Even for serious imprudence.
Your criminal liability can be a fine equivalent to 5 times the value of the substance or benefit that would have been obtained or could have been obtained.
The implementation of an effective crime prevention model (MPD) before the crime is committed can excuse the criminal responsibility of your company. In any case, before a risk indicator, the first necessary measure is the caution and the assessment of the legal consequences.
To determine that the possession of a substance is preordained to drug trafficking, we must take into account different factors: weight of the substance intervened, purity, condition of habitual consumer of the holder, action taken at the time of confiscation and a whole series of issues that we must value in each case.
The monitoring and investigation carried out by the judicial police on preordained conducts to drug trafficking are exhaustive and prolonged over time.
The entry and registration in private homes and the intervention of communications are common, but require the reasoned authorization of the judge.
Abstentions are common for infringement of the fundamental rights of the alleged perpetrators, due to the lightness with which the judicial police sometimes acts.