Possession of Controlled Substance

TX Health & Safety Code Chapter 481

Summary: A person commits Possession of a Controlled Substance if they knowingly or intentionally possess a controlled substance. Penalties are based on substance type and amount possessed.

See full TX Health & Safety Code Chapter 481
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