Schedule V Drugs
What are Schedule V drugs in Oklahoma?
Schedules are legal categories that divide controlled substances depending on their addictive properties, potential for abuse, and if they are used for medicinal purposes. They range from highly addictive (Schedule I) to those with a low potential for abuse (Schedule V).
In Oklahoma, possession of Schedule V drugs is a misdemeanor.
What are the Penalties for Schedule V Drug Possession in Oklahoma?
It is important to note that some Schedule V drugs are legally prescribed, such as pregabalin or drugs that contain small amounts of codeine or opium.
However, possessing a Schedule V drug without a valid prescription can be charged as a misdemeanor.
Penalties may include a fine of up to $1,000, up to one year in jail, or both.
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