Prescription opioids are drugs or opioids as refer to them, that have been prescribed to you by a doctor. The problems arise when one, you’re not in possession of opioids or prescriptions that were prescribed to you. Two, you might be in possession of prescription that is expired. Or three, you’re in possession of a prescription that is far in excess of the amount that you are originally prescribed. Just because you have a prescription opioid in your possession, doesn’t mean to say that you’re not going to get in trouble, doesn’t mean to say that you’re not going to get arrested, and doesn’t mean to say that you’re not going to get prosecuted by the State Attorney’s Office.

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