The term “drug possession” refers to the physical control you have over a particular controlled substance. There are three forms of possession:
- Actual Possession – The drugs are in your hand.
- Constructive Possession – You have control of the drugs, such as unprescribed Oxycodone pills in the glove compartment of your car.
- Joint Possession – You and your roommate keep drugs in a safe to which you both have access.