The following is a list of misdemeanor and felony laws that include jail times and fines. These jail times and fines can be adjusted as the officer sees fit, but cannot exceed the maximum amounts listed below. Jail times and fines can be stacked and additional fines and jail times from the vehicle code can also be stacked onto these times/fines. These laws change frequently to balance them out, please check back often. As of now, possession of a firearm is legal in all areas. Fines for misdemeanors and felonies will now be billed and you will owe the state. You are now entitled to request a hearing if your situation qualifies. Please read this section for more info There is a new repeat offender ruling in place. If you are arrested and convicted of 5 Felonies within a 2 week period you will be liable to be placed under the Repeat Offender Crime which will be punishable by a 999 jail sentence. Upon an additional 5 Felony charges within 2 weeks on your release you will face a possible 9999 jail sentence and be required to appear before a Judge to determine if it is safe for your release. Misdemeanors: Arson 2nd degree - Arson in the second degree is punishable by 10 minutes in prison a $1000 fine owed to the state and damages collected to pay the victim for damages to their property. A person is guilty of arson in the second degree when: He intentionally or wantonly causes significant damage to property and or life;   Assault 2nd degree - Assault in the second degree is punishable by 5 minutes in prison and a $500 fine A person is guilty of assault in the second degree when: He intentionally or wantonly causes physical injury to another person.   Attempted Grand Theft Auto - Attempted Grand Theft Auto is punishable by 10 minutes in prison and a $1000 fine. A person is guilty of attempted grand theft auto when: He attempts to, unlawfully, enter a vehicle with the purpose of theft by unlawful taking of that vehicle.   Brandishing/Improper Exhibition of a Firearm - Brandishing/Improper Exhibition of a Firearm is punishable by 10 minutes in prison and a $1000 fine and/or confiscation of that firearm. A person is guilty of Brandishing/Improper Exhibition of a Firearm When: He displays, shows, waves, or exhibits his firearm in a way that is perceived as threatening. And has done so in the presence of one or more persons.   Contempt of Court - punishable by 5 minutes and $1000 fine Contempt of court is an act of disobedience or disrespect towards the judicial branch of the government or an interference with its orderly process. It is an offense against a court of justice or a person to whom the judicial functions of the sovereignty have been delegated.   Destruction of government property - Destruction of government property is punishable by 15 minutes in prison and a $3000 fine owed to the state.   A person is guilty of destruction of government property when: He having no right to do so or any reasonable ground to believe that he has such right, he intentionally or wantonly defaces, destroys or damages any government owned and maintained property causing pecuniary loss.   Destruction of property - Destruction of property is punishable by 10 minutes in prison and a $2000 fine owed to the state and damages collected to pay the victim for damages done to the property.. A person is guilty of destruction of property when: He having no right to do so or any reasonable ground to believe that he has such right, he intentionally or wantonly defaces, destroys or damages any owned and maintained property causing pecuniary loss.   Disorderly Conduct - Disorderly conduct in the is punishable by 10 minutes in prison and $500 fine A person is guilty of disorderly conduct in the  when: In a public place and with intent to cause public inconvenience, annoyance, or alarm, or wantonly creating a risk thereof: 1. Engages in fighting or in violent, tumultuous, or threatening behavior; 2. Makes unreasonable noise; or 3. Creates a hazardous or physically offensive condition by any act that serves no legitimate purpose 4. Participates in behavior that is perceived as disorderly.   Domestic Violence - Domestic violence is punishable by 10 minutes in prison and a $750 fine. A person is guilty of domestic violence when: He displays violent or aggressive behavior within the home or; violently abuse a spouse or partner.   Driving on suspended license - punishable by 5 minutes in prison and a $1000 fine.  Vehicle used will be impounded A person is guilty of driving with a suspended license when point value is at 15 points or greater. Is subject to any vehicle with a motor while operating on any state-owned highway, roadway, including dirt roads. (any road that has a street name show up is a roadway or highway owned by the state).   Driving without a license - punishable by 5 minutes in prison and a $500 fine.  Vehicle used will be impounded A person is driving a vehicle without having identification on them or without the appropriate license for that vehicle. Is subject to any vehicle with a motor while operating on any state-owned highway, roadway, including dirt roads. (any road that has a street name show up is a roadway or highway owned by the state).   Failure to comply with a lawful order -  punishable by 5 minutes and a $500 fine. No person shall willfully fail or refuse to comply with any lawful order or direction of any law-enforcement officer.   Failure to pay fines - Failure to pay fines is punishable by 10 minutes in prison and a $500 fine; in addition to a bill owed to the state in the amount of the refused fines. A person is guilty of failure to pay fines when: He knowingly refuses to pay a citation given by a peace officer. If the charge is deemed appropriate from the DA office from failure to pay state debts, additional jail and fines will be decided by a state judge, based on the amount owed.   Failure to supply documentation to peace officer - Failure to supply documentation to a peace officer is punishable by indefinite hold in prison until the subject can be identified and a $2000 fine. A person is guilty of Failure to supply documentation to a peace officer when: He knowingly refuses to supply an identifying document and/or their name, date of birth, or other identifying information at the request of the peace officer.   False 911 calls - False 911 calls is punishable by 5 minutes in prison and a $1000 fine. A person is guilty of false calls to 911 when: He knowingly relays false information about an emergency to a 911 dispatcher or; Uses the 911 line for a non-emergency.   False Report - Filing a false report is punishable by 10 minutes in prison and a $1000 fine A person is guilty of falsely reporting an incident when: He knowingly causes a false alarm of fire or other emergencies to be transmitted to or within any organization, official or volunteer, that deals with emergencies involving danger to life or property; or Reports to law enforcement authorities an offense or incident within their official concern knowing that it did not occur; or Furnishes law enforcement authorities with information allegedly relating to an offense or incident within their official concern when he knows he has no information relating to such offense or incident; or Knowingly gives false information to any law enforcement officer with intent to implicate another; or Initiates or circulates a report or warning of an alleged occurrence or impending occurrence of a fire or other emergency under circumstances likely to cause public inconvenience or alarm when he knows the information reported, conveyed or circulated is false or baseless.   Hit and Run - Hit and run is punishable by 10 minutes in prison and a $1000 fine owed to the state and damages collected to pay the victim for damages done to the vehicle. A person is guilty of hit and run when: He is involved in an accident with a pedestrian, another car, or a fixed object, and leaves the scene without identifying himself or rendering aid to anyone who may need help, or; Does not stay on scene to file a proper report with law enforcement.   Jaywalking - Jaywalking is punishable by a $150 fine A person is guilty of Jaywalking when: He knowingly disobeys a pedestrian walk signal or; He crosses the street at any location other than a marked crosswalk. Walking on the freeway/highway.   Loitering - Loitering is punishable by a $100 fine A person is guilty of Loitering when: He stand or wait around idly or without apparent purpose He travel's indolently or with frequent pauses He is asked to move on by a Law enforcement officer and fails to do so. Being in city parks after hours.  City parks are closed dusk to dawn.  City parks include: Legion Square Skate/Bike Parks If a person fails to leave the area, please see trespassing and/or failure to follow lawful order of a police officer. If a person continues to come back after being told to leave, consider charging with trespass.      Poaching  on Nature Reserve is punishable by a $10000 fine and 10 minutes in prison.  This includes all endangered species listed below, see Possession of Endangered Species. Possession of Endangered Species - Possession of Endangered Species is punishable by a $200 fine per (quantity) endangered species found on a person  A Person is guilty of  Possession of Endangered Species when he is found to be in possession of any of the following: Razorback Sucker Freshwater Eels Turtles River Sturgeon   Possession of burglary tools - Possession of burglary tools is punishable by 5 minutes in prison and a $500 fine A Person is guilty of possession of burglary tools when: He possesses any tool, instrument or other thing adapted, designed or commonly used for committing or facilitating the commission of an offense involving forcible entry into premises or theft by a physical taking under circumstances which leave no reasonable doubt as to his: Intention to use the same in the commission of an offense of such character; or Knowledge that some other person intends to use the same in the commission of an offense of such character

  Possession of Illegal substance (General) 5 Grams or Less - Possession of Illegal Substances (General) 5 Grams or less is punishable by 10 minutes in prison and a $10000 fine A person is guilty of being in possession of Illegal substances if he is found with the following in his possession;; Or any other illegal substances not legal in the State of San Andreas Acid Opioids Meth Cocaine   Prostitution - punishable by 10 minutes and a $3500 fine. A person commits the crime of prostitution if the person engages in, or offers or agrees to engage in, sexual conduct or sexual contact in return for a fee.   Public Indecency - punishable by 5 minutes and a $1000 fine. *Take to the clothing store to change first. If they are unable to be clothed properly, hold for court.* No person shall recklessly do any of the following, under circumstances in which the person's conduct is likely to be viewed by and affront others who are in the person's physical proximity: Expose the person's private parts   Public Intoxication - Public intoxication is punishable by 5 minutes in prison and/or an indefinite hold until that person is no longer intoxicated; and a $350 fine. A person is guilty of public intoxication when: He appears in a public place manifestly under the influence of a controlled substance, or other intoxicating substance, including alcohol, to the degree that he may endanger himself or other persons or property, or unreasonably annoy persons in his vicinity.   Reckless Endangerment - punishable by 10 minutes and a $5000 fine.  Any person who recklessly engages in conduct which places or may place another person in danger of death or serious bodily injury.   Stalking - Stalking is punishable by 10 minutes in prison and a $1000 fine A person is guilty of stalking when: He intentionally Stalks another person; and Makes an explicit or implicit threat with the intent to place that person in reasonable fear of: 1. Sexual contact 2. Physical injury 3. Death. 4. Concern of personal safety   Street Racing - Street racing is punishable by  10 minutes in prison and a $1000 fine and the vehicle(s) used Impounded. A person is guilty of street racing when: He participates in an unsanctioned and auto race which takes place on public road, highway, or freeway.   Petty Theft/Larceny - punishable by 10 minutes and a $1500 fine. A person has committed a theft (or larceny) if they take property with the intent to deprive the owner of the property. Theft does not only have to be direct taking of another's property. Theft may be taking property that the defendant already knows to be stolen by someone else.  Total Value of items is less than $500   Trespassing - Trespassing is punishable by a $500 fine, 2nd offense is punishable by 5 minutes in prison. A person is guilty of Trespassing when: He knowingly enters someone else's property without permission Traveling along any railways by foot or vehicle when not authorized.   Trespassing on Government Property - Trespassing on Government Property is punishable by a $1500 fine and 15 minutes in prison. A person is guilty of Trespassing when: He knowingly enters Government property without permission.   Unlawful use of a weapon - punishable by 10 minutes and a $1000 fine. A person commits the crime of unlawful use of weapons if he or she knowingly: Possesses or discharges a firearm or projectile weapon while intoxicated; or discharges a firearm within one hundred yards of any occupied schoolhouse, courthouse, or church building; or Discharges or shoots a firearm at or from a motor vehicle, discharges or shoots a firearm at any person, or at any other motor vehicle, or at any building or habitable structure unless the person was lawfully acting in self-defense.   Mental Evaluation - can be detained indefinitely (9999 mins) and must appear before a judge to determine eligibility for release.  This can only be used if the following conditions apply. A person is unable to make decisions to care for their basic human needs such as food, water, shelter, medical, or clothing. A person is an extreme danger to their self and/or others and property. A person is not under the influence of drugs or alcohol.   Failure to Identify to Law Enforcement Office - Punishable by 5 Minutes and $500 fine. A person commits the crime of Failure to Identify to Law Enforcement Officer if he or she knowingly: Intentionally gives a false or fictitious name, residence address, or date of birth to a peace officer who has: Lawfully arrested the person; Lawfully detained the person; or Requested the information from a person that the peace office has good cause to believe is a witness to criminal offense. Felonies: Robbery/Armed Robbery - Robbery/Armed robbery is punishable by 20 minutes in prison and a $20000 fine. A person is guilty of robbery / armed robbery when: In the course of committing theft, he uses or threatens the immediate use of physical force upon another person with intent to accomplish the theft and when he: Causes physical injury to any person who is not a participant in the crime; or Is armed with a deadly weapon; or Forcible removes property from an individual or business; or Uses or threatens the immediate use of a dangerous instrument upon any the person who is not a participant in the crime.   Felony Theft/Larceny - punishable by 15 minutes and a $5000 fine. A person has committed a theft (or larceny) if they take property with the intent to deprive the owner of the property. Theft does not only have to be direct taking of another's property. Theft may be taking property that the defendant already knows to be stolen by someone else.  Total Value of items is more than $500   Arson 1st degree - Arson first degree is punishable by 20 minutes and a $3000 fine to the state and damages collected to pay the victim for damages to their property. A person is guilty of arson in the first degree when: with intent to destroy or damage a building, he starts a fire or causes an explosion, and; The building is inhabited or occupied or the person has reason to believe the building may be inhabited or occupied; or Any other person sustains serious physical injury as a result of the fire or explosion or the firefighting as a result thereof.   Assault 1st degree - Assault in the first degree is punishable by 15 minutes in prison and a $1500 fine A person is guilty of assault in the first degree when: Under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life he wantonly engages in conduct which creates a grave risk of death to another and thereby causes serious physical injury to another person.   Assault on a peace officer or emergency medical personnel - Assault on a peace officer or emergency medical personnel is punishable by 20 minutes in prison and a $10000 fine. A person is guilty of assault on  a peace officer or emergency medical personnel when: He intentionally causes serious physical injury to another person by means of a deadly weapon or a dangerous instrument; or Intentionally or wantonly causes physical injury to a peace officer or emergency medical personnel. Under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life he wantonly engages in conduct which creates a grave risk of causing the death of a peace officer or emergency medical personnel.   Assault with a deadly weapon - Assault with a deadly weapon is punishable by 20 minutes in prison and a $7500 fine. A person is guilty of assault with a deadly weapon when: With recklessness, he causes physical injury to another person by means of a deadly weapon or a dangerous instrument or; He intentionally causes serious physical injury to another person by means of a deadly weapon or a dangerous instrument. This includes but is not limited to firearms, blunt instruments and vehicles.   Attempted murder - Attempted murder is punishable by 30 minutes in prison and a $25000 A person is guilty of attempted murder when: With intent to cause the death of another person, he attempts to cause the death of such person or of a third person.   Attempted murder of a peace officer or emergency medical personnel - attempted murder of a peace officer or emergency medical personnel is punishable dependent on prior charges from March 10, 2018 and a $100,000 minimum fine.   Jail time and fine will always be charged to the max, officer does NOT have discretion to lower this.  The courts will determine whether the criminal will receive a reduced sentence.  A person is guilty of attempted murder of a peace officer or emergency medical personnel when: With intent to cause the death of a peace officer, he attempts to cause the death of a peace officer. This charge does not stack, charge it once and the court will deem the proper fine and jail sentence. This should only be charge if the officer was wounded by gunshots, injured or incapacitated by a weapon or vehicle from the criminal.  This clearly shows the intent from the criminal.  Offenses listed below is to be taken into account from March 10, 2018.  If they have charges prior to this date, it does not count towards this update to the law. First Offense: 100 minutes, $100,000 fine Second Offense: 300 minutes, $150,000 fine Third Offense: Indefinite Imprisonment with the possibility of life in prison or possible death penalty.  Death penalty or life in prison will be determined by the courts as a punishment, if found guilty in a court of law.  If the offender doesn't request a hearing, it is considered an admission of guilt and the life in prison will remain.  All assets that the offender owns will be seized and sold at auction, if a life sentence or death penalty is ruled by the courts.  This is the same if the offender does not request a trial, it is an admission of guilt, as stated above, and the life sentence will remain with all assets being seized and sold at auction.   Bribery of a public servant - Bribery of a public servant is punishable by 10 minutes in prison and a $1000 fine. A person is guilty of bribery of a public servant when: He offers, confers, or agrees to confer any pecuniary benefit upon a public servant with the intent to influence the public servant's vote, opinion, judgment, exercise of discretion, or other action in his official capacity as a public servant; or While a public servant, he solicits, accepts, or agrees to accept any pecuniary benefit upon an agreement or understanding that his vote, opinion, judgment   Conspiracy to Commit a Criminal Act - is punishable by 20 minutes and a $10,000 fine. is an agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime at some time in the future. will necessarily amount to or involve the commission of any offense or offenses by one or more of the parties to the agreement. There is a financial motive.   Criminal threat  - Criminal threats are punishable by 15 minutes in prison and a $5000 fine. A "criminal threat" is when you threaten to kill or physically harm someone and that person is thereby placed in a state of reasonably sustained fear for his/her safety or for the safety of his/her immediate family, the threat is specific and unequivocal and you communicate the threat verbally, in writing, or via an electronically transmitted device.1 Criminal threats can be charged whether or not you have the ability to carry out the threat...and even if you don't actually intend to execute the threat.   Destruction of physical evidence - Destruction of physical evidence is punishable by 15 minutes in prison and a $1000 fine. A person is guilty of destruction of physical evidence when: Fabricates any physical evidence with intent that it be introduced in the official proceeding or offers any physical evidence, knowing it to be fabricated or altered He destroys, mutilates, conceals, removes or alters physical evidence which he believes is about to be produced or used in the official proceeding with intent to impair its verity or availability in the official proceeding; or   Driving under the influence - Driving under the influence is punishable by 15 minutes in prison and a $5,000 fine. A person is guilty of driving under the influence when: Having an alcohol concentration of 0.08 or more as measured by a scientifically reliable test or tests of a sample of the person's breath or blood taken within two (2) hours of cessation of operation or physical control of a motor vehicle or; While under the influence of any other substance or combination of substances which impairs one's driving ability. Escaping Custody - is punishable by 15 minutes and a $1,500 fine. A person who is under arrest who with/without force or violence, escapes or attempts to escape custody.   Falsifying Government Document - Falsifying Government Document is punishable by 10 minutes and $4000 fine. A person is guilty of Falsifying Government Document when: They manipulate, modify, or alter government issued identification. Display an Identification which shows false and untrue information on it. Fleeing and Eluding - Fleeing and eluding is punishable by 10 minutes in prison and a $5000 fine. A person is guilty of fleeing and eluding when: As a pedestrian, and with intent to elude or flee, the person knowingly or wantonly disobeys a direction to stop, given by a person recognized to be a peace officer who has an articulable reasonable suspicion that a crime has been committed by the person fleeing, and in fleeing or eluding the person is the cause of, or creates a substantial risk of, physical injury to any person; or While operating a motor vehicle with intent to elude or flee, the person knowingly or wantonly disobeys a recognized direction to stop his vehicle, given by a person recognized to be a peace officer.   Fraud - Fraud is punishable by 10 minutes and a $1000 fine. A person is guilty of fraud when: Issues or passes a check or similar sight order for the payment of money, knowing that it will not be honored by the drawee. Fails to disclose a known lien, adverse claim, or another legal impediment to the enjoyment of property which the person transfers or encumbers in consideration for the property obtained, whether the impediment is or is not valid or is or is not a matter of official record; or
  Fails to correct a false impression which the deceiver previously created or reinforced or which the deceiver knows to be influencing another to whom the person stands in a fiduciary or confidential relationship; Prevents another from acquiring information which would affect judgment of a transaction; The person obtains property or services of another by deception with intent to deprive the person thereof. A person deceives when the person intentionally: Creates or reinforces a false impression, including false impressions as to law, value, intention, or another state of mind;   Grand Theft Auto - is punishable by 15 minutes in prison and a $3000 fine. A person is guilty of Grand Theft Auto when: He is, knowingly or unknowingly, is in operation a stolen vehicle. He knowingly enters a vehicle, and/or starts the engine.   Illegal possession of a /weapon - Illegal possession of a weapon is punishable by 10 minutes in prison and a  $3000 fine. A person is guilty of illegal possession of a firearm when: He is found to be in possession of a firearm or weapon after a state law forbids him to carry on his person or in a vehicle or container capable of holding a firearm or weapon in his custody.
  Possession of Drug Manufacturing and/or Cultivation Equipment - Possession of Drug Manufacturing and/or Cultivation Equipment is punishable by 15 minutes in prison and a $15000 fine A Person is guilty of Possession of Drug Manufacturing/Cultivation Equipment when: They are in possession of equipment used for the creation of Illegal Substances which include but are not limited in the ability to make: Cocaine Meth Opioids Acid Or any other Illegal substances not legal in the State of San Andreas   Possession of Illegal substance (General) More than 5 grams - Possession of Illegal Substances (General) is punishable by 20 minutes in prison and a $20000 fine A person is guilty of being in possession of Illegal substances if he is found with the following in his possession;; Cocaine Meth Opioids Acid Or any other illegal substances not legal in the State of San Andreas Possession of Illegal Substance : Intent to Distribute  (General) - Possession of Illegal Substance : Intent to Distribute is punishable by 15 minutes in prison and a $15000 bill A person is guilty of Intent to Distribute Illegal Substance(General) when they are: Found in a large amount of Illegal Substance that is beyond reasonable personal use Found Attempting/Successfully selling their Illegal Substances   Possession of a outlawed weapon - possession of a outlawed weapon is punishable by 15 minutes in prison and a  $5000 fine. A person is guilty of possession of a outlawed weapon when: He is found to be in possession of a weapon outlawed by state law, by carrying on his person or in a vehicle or container capable of holding a firearm in his custody. They are found to be in the possession of but not limited to: Switchblade brass knuckles Tech 9 Machine Pistol Ak47 Sawn-Off Shotgun Marksman Rifle Or any other weapon outlawed by state law, that cannot be bought in an Ammunation or Hardware store, by carrying on his person or in a vehicle or container capable of concealing said weapon in their custody.   Impersonation of an LEO - Impersonation of an LEO is punishable by 30 minutes in prison and a $25000 fine. A person is guilty of Impersonation of an LEO when: (1) A person is guilty of criminal impersonation in the second degree if the person: (a)(i) Claims to be a law enforcement officer or creates an impression that he or she is a law enforcement officer; and (ii) Under circumstances not amounting to criminal impersonation in the first degree, does an act with intent to convey the impression that he or she is acting in an official capacity and a reasonable person would believe the person is a law enforcement officer.   Kidnapping - Kidnapping is punishable by 20 minutes in prison and a $5000 fine. A person is guilty of kidnapping when: He unlawfully restrains another person and when his intent is: (1) To hold him for ransom or reward; or (2) To accomplish or to advance the commission of a felony; or (3) To inflict bodily injury or to terrorize the victim or another; or (4) To interfere with the performance of a governmental or political function; or (5) To use him as a shield or hostage.   Manslaughter/Vehicular Manslaughter - Manslaughter is punishable by 30 minutes in prison and a $6000 fine A person is guilty of manslaughter in the first degree when: With intent to cause serious physical injury to another person, he causes the death of such person or of a third person; With intent to cause the death of another person, he causes the death of such person or of a third person under circumstances which do not constitute murder because he acts under the influence of extreme emotional disturbance or; Through circumstances not otherwise constituting the offense of murder, he or she intentionally abuses another person or knowingly permits another person of whom he or she has actual custody to be abused and thereby causes death to a person twelve (12) years of age or less, or who is physically helpless or mentally helpless.   Murder - Murder is punishable by 55 minutes in prison and a $50000 fine. A person is guilty of murder when: With intent to cause the death of another person, he causes the death of such person or of a third person. Including, but not limited to, the operation of a motor vehicle under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to human life, he wantonly engages in conduct which creates a grave risk of death to another person and thereby causes the death of another person.   Murder of a peace officer or emergency medical personnel - Murder of a peace officer or emergency medical personnel is punishable by 200 minutes and a  $200000 fine. A person is guilty of the murder of a peace officer or emergency medical personnel when: With intent to cause the death of peace officer, he causes the death of a peace officer. Including, but not limited to, the operation of a motor vehicle under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to human life, he wantonly engages in conduct which creates a grave risk of death to a peace officer and thereby causes the death of a peace officer   Obstruction of justice - Obstruction of justice is punishable by 10 minutes in prison and a $5000 fine. A person is guilty of obstruction of justice when: He intentionally obstructs, impairs or hinders the performance of a governmental function by using or threatening to use violence, force or physical interference   Soliciting (general) - Soliciting (general) is punishable by 5 minutes in prison and a $500 fine. A person is guilty of criminal solicitation when: With the intent of promoting or facilitating the commission of a crime, he commands or encourages another person to engage in specific conduct which would constitute that crime or an attempt to commit that crime or which would establish the other's complicity in its commission or attempted commission.   Terroristic Acts - Terroristic acts is punishable by 45 minutes and a $20000 fine. A person is guilty of terroristic acts when: He participates in acts of mass destruction, including but not limited to, mass murder, causing explosions, and mass arson.   Trafficking of marijuana W/O a license - Trafficking of marijuana W/O a license is punishable by 15 minutes in prison and a $5,000 fine. A person is guilty of trafficking in marijuana w/o a license when: He is in possession of a one (1) or more ounces of marijuana in his: Vehicle, personal possession, or container capable of holding a substance in that person’s custody.   Aiding & Abetting/ Accessory - Same sentence/fine of the person being helped A person is guilty of aiding and abetting is guilty when: He helps in the commission of a crime when he has knowledge of the crime before or after the fact and may assist in its commission through advice, actions, or financial support. knew the perpetrator’s illegal plan; intentionally encouraged or facilitated that plan, and aided, promoted or instigated in the crime’s commission.   Repeat Offender - Repeat Offender is punishable in two accounts where: If 5 felonies (each MUST be a separate arrest) or 10 misdemeanor crimes (again each MUST be a separate arrest) are committed and the subject is found guilty, within a 2 week period, he will be sentenced to 999 minutes in prison and fined subject to other charges at time of arrest. Or if the subject is found to be guilty on 10 felonies or 20 misdemeanors within a 2 week period he will be sentenced to 9999 minutes in prison and fined upon other charges at time of arrest. If a subject is detained for this long they will be required to appear before a state appointed Judge to review the case to determine if he is eligible for bail or a danger to society.   PROBATION AND PAROLE: Probation in criminal law is a period of supervision over an offender, ordered by the court instead of serving time in prison. In some jurisdictions, the term probation applies only to community sentences, such as suspended sentences.   Violation of his/her probation will result in imprisonment for the original crimes with the possibility of more time added due to the violation. Parole is a temporary release of a prisoner who agrees to certain conditions before the completion of the maximum sentence period.  Violation of his/her parole will result in the remainder of the sentence with the possibility of more time imposed for the violation. The courts have the authority to impose probation or parole on an offender.  The amount of time imposed is up to the courts discretion and if an offender finds the length of time to be unfair, the offender has the right to appeal this decision. Examples of where probation could be given: Suspended license - probation on issue of license could be given to allow the person to be able to drive again.  The Court may impose special circumstances such as only being able to drive while working.  A Judge is on duty as a Magistrate on the server to see and sentence any arrest done.  The judge may impose probation with special conditions that allows the person to be released and to not serve jail time.  The judge can add a note to the DB that all LEOs can see and enforce what is noted if found in violation. Examples of where parole could be given: A person gets a life sentence and takes his case to court.  The Judge feels as though the person should be released, but now imposes parole guidelines.  The original crime was armed robbery and attempted murder - the parole is immediate release and the offender is not allow to possess a firearm of any type for one month (real time).  The Judge can add this note and outline the sentence to be imposed if the person is found to be in violation. A person is arrested for harassment of another.  The Judge decides to release him/her and put a restraining order on the offender for a determined amount of time. Authority of Law Enforcement Personnel: If it is noted in CPIC that a person is on probation or parole and has restrictions on the possession of alcohol, weapons, or other inventory type of items - an officer may perform a search of the person when having a lawful interaction with the offender.  Ex. - You pull over John Doe, he's on parole for an armed robbery and cannot have any type of weapon.  The LEO may search the person and the vehicle without probable cause being present at the traffic stop.   LEOs may NOT SEARCH an individual at random, based on the knowledge of them being on parole/probation.  Ex - you see the person walking down the street and you pull over to search him/her when having no other reason to be interacting with that person.   A law enforcement officer may only perform whatever action that is outlined in the court notes in CPIC.  If it doesn't say that they're not allowed to have a weapon and they're on parole from a bank robbery, you may NOT SEARCH that individual without probable cause that pertains to that current situation.