Possession of Adderall is a MISDEMEANOR - for now...
As of September 2015, Possession of a Controlled Substance in Penalty group 2 (PCS PG 2) is a class B misdemeanor, and not any level of Felony.
See Texas Health and Safety Code link below.
THE NEW LAW: Possession of Adderall AFTER September 1, 2015Adderall possession is a Class B Misdemeanor.
Any drugs "approved by the Federal Drug Administration," are excepted from the normal punishments for possession of other chemicals in Penalty Group 2; that means Adderall and also Vyvanse, are Class B Misdemeanors.
THE OLD LAW: Possession of Adderall BEFORE September 2015All chemicals in Penalty Group 2 were punished the same; this meant possession of any amount of adderall or Vyvanse - even 1 pill - was a Felony.
This Category of drugs also includes hallucinogenics such as DMT, psilolcybin (mushrooms), hash oil (also known as wax, shatter, honey oil, Tetrahydrocannabinol), mephedrone (bath salts), Ecstasy (3, 4-methylenedioxy-N-methyl amphetamine, MDMA).
Less than one gram is a State Jail Felony.
1 to 4 grams is a 3rd Degree Felony.
4 to 400 grams is a 2nd Degree Felony.
More than 400 grams is a 1st Degree Felony.