Schedule III Drugs in Oklahoma

Drawing the line between the severities of an offense for one drug versus another is a tricky and subjective task.  The government has several classifications of drugs—called schedules—that designate five levels of drugs that are illegal to possess.

Schedule III Drugs in Oklahoma

Schedules I and II are the drugs most commonly thought of in connection with arrests for possession. Cannabis, cocaine, LSD, and many other recreational drugs fall into these classifications.

Schedule III encompasses several different types of drugs, typically those that have less destructive or addictive profiles than the ones in Schedule II. These include:

  • Tylenol with Codeine
  • Didrex
  • Anabolic steroids

The drugs themselves are not necessarily illegal, as many can be bought with prescriptions. An arrest would only occur for the illegal possession of these controlled substances.

The Legal Help You Need

A conviction for illegal possession of a Schedule III drug can lead to a fine of up to $1000 and even a year in jail. If a motor vehicle is involved, it can cause a suspension of your Oklahoma driving privileges as well. A drug related conviction would have serious implications on the rest of your life, so get professional legal help if you are in trouble.

At the Hunsucker Legal Group, we are experienced with the laws surrounding drug possession in Oklahoma, and we know how to build a strong defense.

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