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Is possession of prescription drugs a felony offense?

NJ Drug Charges FAQ  |  See also:  NJ DWI FAQ

Q) Is possession of prescription drugs a felony offense?

A) In New Jersey, criminal offenses are categorized as indictable crimes (known in other states as felonies) or disorderly persons offenses (known in other states as misdemeanors).  The unlawful possession, distribution, or attempted distribution of a prescription drug is a crime.  A conviction for this crime may result in a fine of up to $300,000.
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