Possession means at any time having on your person or within your control the item that is possessed.
Not necessarily the same. Theft is the ACT of stealing something. Possession is the act of having it on your person, or within your control.
Probably having your probation revoked and a new charge of Coke possession/Use.
Possession means under your control. Having it on your person, in your hand, near you, or you have the keys to to cabinet where it is stored.
Is it possible that you mean possession of a firearm? In general, possession means having control over an item. If you hold the item in your hand, or place it in your dresser drawer, you have actual possession of the item. If I have the keys to the lock on a gun safe, I have CONSTRUCTIVE possession of all guns in that safe- I may not be holding the guns, but I control them.
It is having a firearm under your control when there is a law that says you cannot. It may be that you have it physically in reach, or that you control access to it (have the keys to a safe)
Brandon Davis admitted to having premarital sex, which is a violation of BYU's honor code.
Constitutum possessorium- the change in intention of one having legal possession of real or personal property whereby he remains in control but transfers the legal possession to another.
"Possession" in the law does not necessarily mean having it on your person. Possession refers to the exercise of your 'dominion' (e.g.: within your power, control, or ability to readily access, something).You may "possess" something by having it on your person, or by its nearness or closeness to you, or by your ready access to it.
dose having a meal violation constitute a meal violation
That would not be a violation of the Hatch Act.
The taking of possession of property means basically having total control over it. If the property is a rental property and the landlord hands you the keys, then you are in legal possession of the property, something that the landlord cannot take back unless he legally evicts you.