that could lead to more than a year in prison. But states can often have differing views of what is
Imprisonment as a last resort; that is the usual punishment should be a fine or community service, since imprisonment normally has detrimental effects;
Apart from drug possession for personal use being treated as a misdemeanor, the law also pays attention to 5 property crimes under a worth of $950: theft, forgery, writing bad checks, receiving stolen property and shoplifting. A misdemeanor is punishable by up to one year in prison. The proposition also gives a chance to inmates currently serving time for one of those crimes to appeal for resentencing.
Depending on the offender’s ability to pay they may be fined to a maximum of $1000
Fines in the new immigration bill are expected to be around $3,200 for the first offense and range all the way to $16,000 for three or more offenses (Matthews).
The penalties consist of civil and criminal for civil violations it can cost up to 100.00 each violation, and 25,000 a year. Criminal penalties range up to 50,000 and one year in prison for some offences. So there are some penalties the Office for Civil Rights can impose. Numbers show that many
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After the officer finishes and declares that you are driving under the influence you are charged with DUI and placed under arrest. A DUI arrest can lead up to at least 6 months in county jail, $500 to $1000 dollars fine, 12 months of probation, vehicle impound and license revocation from 6 months up to a year. and sentencing gets tougher if there is a minor in the vehicle with you(Tager Law Firm) .