Drug charges are serious business in Tennessee. One question that was asked of me recently is what happens if I am charged with possession of methamphetamine in Tennessee. Possession of methamphetamine (meth) can be a felony. Meth is a Schedule II drug. Possession of any amount of a Schedule II drug may result in a felony drug conviction. It is a Class B felony with a full range of punishment of 8 to 30 years in prison depending on your criminal record.