What Is the Punishment for the Possession or Sale of Oxycodone in Tennessee?

For the past several decades the United States has waged the “War on Drugs” across the country in an attempt to eliminate the influx of, and use of, illegal drugs in the country. Originally, the focus of the War on Drugs was drugs such as marijuana, heroin, and cocaine. In more recent years, however, prescription drugs have taken center stage in the War on Drugs. Oxycodone, in particular, has been target by law enforcement agencies across the country, including the State of Tennessee. If you have been arrested and charged with an offense related to Oxycodone you need to know the punishment for the possession or sale of Oxycodone in Tennessee. Oxycodone is the active ingredient on OxyContin, a prescription medication used to treat moderate to severe chronic pain. If you have a valid prescription for OxyContin, or another related medication, you may, of course, legally possess your own medication. If, however, you do not have a valid prescription the possession of Oxycodone in any f


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