Narcotics or Drug Possession
Drug possession charges are very common in state court. The possession (control over) of any scheduled drug without a prescription will qualify you for a felony charge in most jurisdictions. The amount of the drug in your possession will determine how the case is charged and whether the case will be a felony or a misdemeanor. If you have a prescription for the drug, this will be a valid defense to the charge and most likely get the case dismissed.
Felony Possession (amount usually does not matter):