Use/Self administer a prohibited drug
A person can be charged with use/self-administer a prohibited drug if they swallow, snort, inject, smoke, ingest or otherwise consume prohibited drugs. They can also be charged if they are caught attempting to do any of these things.
An offence of use/self-administer a prohibited drug is an offence which is to be dealt with in the Local Court
Oftentimes in self-administer charges where there is no drug for analysis the prosecution may seek to rely on any admission made by the accused in the attempt to prove the charge. For this reason, it is very important to ensure no hearsay is allowed in the proceedings. If you do make admission and they are not hearsay this may be used in evidence.