National Drug Code
An over-the-counter drug is one that is available without a prescription.
prescription for controlled drug
Is possession of Cocaine.
If a person has a prescription for tramadol, it will show up in a drug test, but they will not fail their drug test. If a person does not have a prescription, it will show up and they will fail.
Xanax is a controlled substance and if you are in possession of it, without a prescription, then it is illegal.
Homicide, drug possession without prescription, possession of certain illegal drugs, and much more.
Valium is a prescription drug. If you are in possession of it without a prescription, then yes, it would be illegal. If you have a doctor's prescription for it, then no, it is not.Google "valium" and read the wiki.. i think its a schedule 3 or 4
Usually a misdemeanor for small amounts of common drugs, but ultimately depends on the type of prescription drug, the quantity, and state laws. May be a felony in some cases. what is the charge for claudipne with out a prescription Claudipine or Klonopin is a benzodiazepine that is prescribed sometimes to relieve anxiety, ease alcohol withdrawal, or help people sleep. It is a controlled substance and requires a prescription to take legally. A person in possession of this drug without a prescription can be charged with a felony.
nothing because its a common medical drug Oxycontin is a controlled substance that requires a prescription. Possession of Oxycontin without a prescription is a felony. In Missouri a sentence of 7yrs in prison is possible.
The most illegally used drug today would be prescription pills. If someone is in possession of a prescription drug that is not theirs, it is the same as possession of a controlled narcotic. The most used completely illegal drugs are methamphetamine's.
You cannot. It is a prescription drug.
no not if it is prescribed, but for recreational purposes yes it is if you posses Oxycontin without a doctor authorized prescription it is considered illegal possession of a controlled substance
possession of drug paraphernalia
National Drug Code
Yes, possessing a prescription drug without a prescription is illegal in California.
No. Naproxin is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), and is available over the counter, without a prescription. It is not tested for in drug screens for illegal drugs or drug use (using prescription drugs without a valid prescription).