In this archive episode, Dennis explains that if a person has possession of legally controlled substances administering it in a way that is not lawfully prescribed, this person is a disorderly person. Recorded on 05/08/2018.

2C:35-10 – Possession, use or being under the influence, or failure to make lawful disposition. b. Any person who uses or who is under the influence of any controlled dangerous substance, or its analog, for a purpose other than the treatment of sickness or injury as lawfully prescribed or administered by a physician is a disorderly person.