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47-3-760(B)(1) Penalty for owner of dangerous animal which attacks and injures a human-First offense 47-3-960 Injuring, disabling or killing guide dog 47-17-100(A) Violation of a Meat and Meat Food Regulations Inspection Law, with intent to defraud 47-19-120(C)(1) Interference with person performing official duties under chapter on poultry inspection 47-21-80(A) Penalty for violation of Farm Animal and Research Facilities Protection Act 47-21-250(A) Penalty for crop operation violations 48-27-250 Violation of chapter concerning registration of foresters 48-49-60(a) Violations of chapter concerning SC Mountain Ridge Protection Act 50-1-85(4) Negligent use of firearms or archery tackle when death results. in volume) 16-11-730 Malicious injury to or interference with microwave, radio, or television facilities; unauthorized use of such facilities 16-11-750 Unlawful injury or interference with electric lines 16-11-770(B)(2) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, second offense 16-11-820 Theft of cable television service unlawful use without payment (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offense 16-11-825 Theft of cable television, unauthorized connection or use of device to cable television system (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-830 Theft of cable television service, aid, abet, or attempt (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-835 Advertisement or sale of instrument designed to avoid payment for cable services (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-840 Unauthorized device to decode or descramble cable television signal (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-845 Use, sale, or installation of a converter or similar device for unauthorized reception of cable signals (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-855 Violation of Article 8, Theft of Cable Television Service 16-11-910 Transfer of recorded sounds for unauthorized use or sale (See Section 16-11-920(E)) 16-11-915 Unauthorized sale of article containing live performances (See Section 16-11-920(E)) 16-11-920(A)(1) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a motion picture theatre with intent to record, first offense 16-11-930 Illegal distribution of recordings without name and address of manufacturer and designation of feature artist (See Section 16-11-940(D)) 16-13-15 Falsifying or altering transcript or diploma, fraudulent use of falsified or altered transcript or diploma penalty 16-13-65 Stealing aquaculture products or damaging aquaculture facilities - First and second offense 16-13-165(B)(1)(a) Knowingly and intentionally installing or reinstalling a counterfeit or nonfunctional airbag-1st offense 16-13-300 Fraudulent removal or secreting of personal property attached or levied on 16-13-385(C)(1) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - first offense 16-13-385(D)(1) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of ,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - first offense 16-13-400 Avoiding or attempting to avoid payment of telecommunications 16-13-410(1) Making or possessing device, plans or instruction which can be used to violate Section 16-3-400 16-14-60 Financial transaction card fraud 16-14-60(a) Financial transaction card fraud-value of things of value does not exceed five hundred dollars in any six-month period 16-14-60(a)(2)(d) Financial transaction card fraud-using financial transaction card to exceed certain balances or authorized lines of credit 16-14-60(b) Financial transaction card fraud by a person authorized to furnish anything of value upon presentation of a financial transaction card if the value does not exceed five hundred dollars in a six-month period 16-14-60(c) Financial transaction card fraud-filing of false application to an issuer of a financial transaction card 16-14-60(d) Financial transaction card fraud-filing of false notice or report of theft 16-14-80 Criminally receiving goods and services fraudulently obtained 16-15-50 Seduction under promise of marriage 16-15-60 Adultery or fornication 16-15-90 Prostitution (See Section 16-15-110(3))-Third or subsequent offenses 16-15-100 Prostitution; further acts (See Section 16-15-110(3))-Third or subsequent offenses 16-15-315 Condition on certain sales for resale or on franchising rights that obscene material be received for resale prohibited 16-15-325 Participation in preparation of obscene material prohibited 16-16-20(3)(c) Computer crime-second degree-First offense 16-17-310 Imitation of organizations' names, emblems, and the like 16-17-500(3) Providing tobacco products to a minor 16-17-520 Disturbance of religious worship 16-17-540 Bribery with respect to agents, servants, or employees 16-17-650(A)(1) Engaging in cockfighting, game fowl or illegal game fowl fighting testing, First Offense 16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals for the purpose of recycling the nonferrous metals, second offense 16-17-680(D)(2) Unlawful purchase or transportation of nonferrous metals, second offense 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, first offense 16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen nonferrous metal, second offense 16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate weight of more than ten pounds, second offense 16-17-700 Tattooing 16-17-720 Impersonating law enforcement officer 16-17-735 Impersonation of state or local official or employee or law enforcement officer or asserting authority of state law in connection with a sham legal process 16-17-760 Falsely representing oneself as being the recipient of certain military awards 16-17-770(A)(1) Impersonating a lawyer-First offense 16-19-10 Setting up lotteries 16-19-40 Unlawful games and betting 16-21-60(B) Use of vehicle without permission (Temporary purpose only) 16-21-70 Use of bicycle or other vehicle without permission, but without intent to steal 16-23-20 Unlawful carrying of pistol (See Section 16-23-50(A)(2)) 16-23-450 Placing loaded trap gun, spring gun, or like device 16-23-730 Manufacturing, possessing, transporting, distributing, using, aiding, counseling, or conspiring in the use of a hoax device or replica of a destructive device or detonator that causes a person to believe that the hoax device or replica is a destructive device or detonator 16-25-20(C) Domestic violence in the second degree 16-27-40 Penalty (Animal Fighting or Baiting Act)-Second offense 17-15-90(2) Wilful failure to appear before a court when released in connection with a charge for a misdemeanor 17-22-170 Unlawful retention or release of information regarding participation in intervention program 17-28-350 Willful and malicious destruction of physical evidence or biological material. Code Commissioner's Note The crime classification tables are added by the Code Commissioner pursuant to Section 2-13-66, and updated annually. (A) The following offenses are Class A misdemeanors and the maximum terms established for a Class A misdemeanor, not more than three years, as set forth in Section 16-1-20(A), apply: 4-11-130 Disbursing officers may not exceed or transfer appropriations 4-17-70 Wilful injury to courthouse or jail 5-21-30 Municipal officers prohibited from contracting with municipality 5-21-40 Officers required to account to municipality for interest collected on deposits 7-5-325 Fraudulent change of address by elector for registration for voting purposes 7-13-1920 Tampering with voting machine 7-25-10 False swearing in applying for registration (election laws) 7-25-70 Procuring or offering to procure votes by threats 7-25-110 Voting more than once at elections 7-25-120 Impersonating a voter 7-25-160 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct on the part of managers 7-25-170 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct by officers other than managers 8-11-30 Payment or receipt of salary not due to state officers or employees 9-1-1160(A) Collection of members contribution, failure to make payroll reports and remittances (State Retirement System) 10-11-315 Defacing, destroying or attempting to deface or destroy a monument or flag on the capitol grounds 10-11-320 Carrying or discharging a firearm on the capitol grounds or in the capitol building 10-11-360 Violation of article concerning offenses on capitol grounds and in capitol building 11-1-20 Failure to account for interest on deposit of public funds 11-1-40 Contracts in excess of tax or appropriation, diverting public funds 11-9-20 Disbursing officers exceeding or transferring appropriations 12-2-70 Neglect or misconduct of county auditor or treasurer (F) An operator of a refinery, terminal, or bulk plant failure to provide an automated shipping document to a driver of a fuel transportation vehicle receiving taxable motor fuel (B) Licensed importer failure to meet requirements regarding fuel which has not been dyed, nor tax paid or accrued by the supplier (C) Failure to meet requirements for exporting fuel (D) Operation of a motor vehicle with dyed fuel (D) Knowingly engaging or knowingly aiding and abetting another person to engage in a motor fuel business without a license (C) Fuel must meet ASTM standards (C) False statement on shipping paper regarding liability for user fees (C) Tampering with metering device (C) Truck drivers who violate certain shipping requirements for the second and subsequent times (B) Refusing to allow certain inspections for the purpose of evading the payment of taxes 12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(i) Concealing goods on which tax imposed with intent to evade assessment or collection 12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(ii) Wilful failure to pay over money received from third party to discharge payor's tax liability 16-3-600(A) Assault and battery in the second degree 16-3-730 Publishing name of victim of criminal sexual conduct unlawful 16-3-1050(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation 16-3-1050(H) Obstructing or impeding an investigation pursuant to Chapter 35 of Title 43 16-3-1720(A) Harassment in the first degree 16-3-1720(B) Harassment in the first degree when a restraining order is in effect 16-3-1910(O) Violation of a permanent restraining order, if the underlying conviction that was the basis for the permanent restraining order was a misdemeanor 16-3-1920(N) Violation of an emergency restraining order, if the underlying conviction that was the basis for the emergency restraining order was a misdemeanor 16-3-2080(F) Disclosing information about a trafficking victim or certain shelters or unlawfully entering the grounds of certain shelters 16-5-40 Duty of officers to execute warrants 16-5-50 Penalty for hindering officers or rescuing prisoners 16-7-160(1) Illegal use of stink bombs or other devices containing foul or offensive odors 16-7-170 Entering public buildings for purpose of destroying records or other property 16-11-30 Possession of master keys and nonowner key sets while engaged in crime 16-11-140 Burning of crops and other kinds of personal property 16-11-523 Obtaining nonferrous metals unlawfully resulting in disruption of communication or electrical service to critical infrastructure 16-11-560 Burning, cutting untenanted or unfinished buildings 16-11-570 Injury or destruction of building or crops by tenant 16-11-770(B)(3) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, third or subsequent offense 16-11-780 Entering certain lands to discover, uncover, move, remove, or attempt to remove an archaeological resource- second offense 16-11-920(A)(3) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a motion picture theatre with intent to record, third offense 16-13-10 Forgery that does not involve a dollar amount 16-13-131(C)(1) Larceny against a merchant by offering a fraudulent product code on merchandise - first offense 16-13-135(E)(1) Retail theft - first offense 16-13-150 Purse snatching (not grand larceny or robbery) 16-13-180(B)(2) Receiving stolen goods (value over ,000 up to ,000) 16-13-380 Theft of electric current (second or subsequent offense) 16-13-385(B)(2) Tampering with a utility meter - second offense 16-13-385(C)(2) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - second offense 16-13-385(D)(2) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of ,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - second offense 16-13-470(B)(1) Defrauding a drug or alcohol screening test (first offense) 16-15-130 Indecent exposure 16-15-250 Communicating obscene messages (nontelephonic) 16-17-470(A) Eavesdropping or peeping 16-17-470(B)(1) Voyeurism (first offense) 16-17-490 Contributing to the delinquency of a minor 16-17-495(C) Returning a child under sixteen years of age within three days of a violation of a custody order or statute 16-17-505(3) Knowingly selling cigarettes in packages that violate federal law 16-17-650(A)(2) Engaging in cock fighting, game fowl or illegal game fowl testing, Second Offense 16-17-680 Presenting a falsified bill of sale for a coil to a secondary metals recycler 16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals for the purpose of recycling the nonferrous metals, third or subsequent offense 16-17-680(D)(3) Unlawful purchase of nonferrous metals 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, second offense 16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen nonferrous metal, third or subsequent offense 16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate weight of more than ten pounds, third or subsequent offense 16-17-735(D) Persons falsely asserting authority of law 16-17-770(A)(2) Impersonating a lawyer-Second offense 16-21-60(A) Use of vehicle without permission (intent to deprive) 16-23-470 Illegal possession of teargas gun or ammunition for teargas gun 16-23-530 Knowingly selling or providing a gun to an illegal alien 16-25-30(B) Ship, transport, receive, or possess a firearm or ammunition, if the person has been convicted of a violation of Section 16-25-20(C) or (D), related to domestic violence 16-25-125(E) Unlawful entry upon the grounds of a domestic violence shelter 17-7-510 Burying body without notice or inquiry 22-9-140 Penalty for failing to execute process of magistrate's court 23-1-20 Peace officers may not be employed on contingent basis 23-3-535(D)(2) Sex offender's failure to vacate a residence that is within one thousand feet of a school, daycare center, children's recreational facility, park, or public playground-Second offense 24-13-425(B) Unlawful removal, destruction, or circumventing of the operation of an electronic monitoring device 25-7-20 Obtaining or giving information respecting national or state defense 29-1-30 Wilful sale of property on which lien exists 35-1-508(a)(3) Violation of Title 35, Chapter 1 when an investor loses less than one thousand dollars, or if no losses are proven 35-11-725(C) Knowingly engaging in an activity for which a license is required by the South Carolina Anti-Money Laundering Act and receiving not more than 0 compensation within a 30- day period from this activity 37-13-50 Regulation of subleasing and loan assumption of a motor vehicle 38-7-140 Failure to pay money due or to supply information required 38-13-140 Refusal to exhibit records, false statements (Insurance) 38-25-330 Violations of Chapter 25, Unauthorized Transaction of Insurance Business 38-38-720(2) Making a false statement or representation regarding a fraternal benefit society if the amount of the economic benefit received is

47-3-760(B)(1) Penalty for owner of dangerous animal which attacks and injures a human-First offense 47-3-960 Injuring, disabling or killing guide dog 47-17-100(A) Violation of a Meat and Meat Food Regulations Inspection Law, with intent to defraud 47-19-120(C)(1) Interference with person performing official duties under chapter on poultry inspection 47-21-80(A) Penalty for violation of Farm Animal and Research Facilities Protection Act 47-21-250(A) Penalty for crop operation violations 48-27-250 Violation of chapter concerning registration of foresters 48-49-60(a) Violations of chapter concerning SC Mountain Ridge Protection Act 50-1-85(4) Negligent use of firearms or archery tackle when death results. in volume) 16-11-730 Malicious injury to or interference with microwave, radio, or television facilities; unauthorized use of such facilities 16-11-750 Unlawful injury or interference with electric lines 16-11-770(B)(2) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, second offense 16-11-820 Theft of cable television service unlawful use without payment (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offense 16-11-825 Theft of cable television, unauthorized connection or use of device to cable television system (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-830 Theft of cable television service, aid, abet, or attempt (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-835 Advertisement or sale of instrument designed to avoid payment for cable services (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-840 Unauthorized device to decode or descramble cable television signal (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-845 Use, sale, or installation of a converter or similar device for unauthorized reception of cable signals (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-855 Violation of Article 8, Theft of Cable Television Service 16-11-910 Transfer of recorded sounds for unauthorized use or sale (See Section 16-11-920(E)) 16-11-915 Unauthorized sale of article containing live performances (See Section 16-11-920(E)) 16-11-920(A)(1) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a motion picture theatre with intent to record, first offense 16-11-930 Illegal distribution of recordings without name and address of manufacturer and designation of feature artist (See Section 16-11-940(D)) 16-13-15 Falsifying or altering transcript or diploma, fraudulent use of falsified or altered transcript or diploma penalty 16-13-65 Stealing aquaculture products or damaging aquaculture facilities - First and second offense 16-13-165(B)(1)(a) Knowingly and intentionally installing or reinstalling a counterfeit or nonfunctional airbag-1st offense 16-13-300 Fraudulent removal or secreting of personal property attached or levied on 16-13-385(C)(1) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - first offense 16-13-385(D)(1) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - first offense 16-13-400 Avoiding or attempting to avoid payment of telecommunications 16-13-410(1) Making or possessing device, plans or instruction which can be used to violate Section 16-3-400 16-14-60 Financial transaction card fraud 16-14-60(a) Financial transaction card fraud-value of things of value does not exceed five hundred dollars in any six-month period 16-14-60(a)(2)(d) Financial transaction card fraud-using financial transaction card to exceed certain balances or authorized lines of credit 16-14-60(b) Financial transaction card fraud by a person authorized to furnish anything of value upon presentation of a financial transaction card if the value does not exceed five hundred dollars in a six-month period 16-14-60(c) Financial transaction card fraud-filing of false application to an issuer of a financial transaction card 16-14-60(d) Financial transaction card fraud-filing of false notice or report of theft 16-14-80 Criminally receiving goods and services fraudulently obtained 16-15-50 Seduction under promise of marriage 16-15-60 Adultery or fornication 16-15-90 Prostitution (See Section 16-15-110(3))-Third or subsequent offenses 16-15-100 Prostitution; further acts (See Section 16-15-110(3))-Third or subsequent offenses 16-15-315 Condition on certain sales for resale or on franchising rights that obscene material be received for resale prohibited 16-15-325 Participation in preparation of obscene material prohibited 16-16-20(3)(c) Computer crime-second degree-First offense 16-17-310 Imitation of organizations' names, emblems, and the like 16-17-500(3) Providing tobacco products to a minor 16-17-520 Disturbance of religious worship 16-17-540 Bribery with respect to agents, servants, or employees 16-17-650(A)(1) Engaging in cockfighting, game fowl or illegal game fowl fighting testing, First Offense 16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals for the purpose of recycling the nonferrous metals, second offense 16-17-680(D)(2) Unlawful purchase or transportation of nonferrous metals, second offense 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, first offense 16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen nonferrous metal, second offense 16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate weight of more than ten pounds, second offense 16-17-700 Tattooing 16-17-720 Impersonating law enforcement officer 16-17-735 Impersonation of state or local official or employee or law enforcement officer or asserting authority of state law in connection with a sham legal process 16-17-760 Falsely representing oneself as being the recipient of certain military awards 16-17-770(A)(1) Impersonating a lawyer-First offense 16-19-10 Setting up lotteries 16-19-40 Unlawful games and betting 16-21-60(B) Use of vehicle without permission (Temporary purpose only) 16-21-70 Use of bicycle or other vehicle without permission, but without intent to steal 16-23-20 Unlawful carrying of pistol (See Section 16-23-50(A)(2)) 16-23-450 Placing loaded trap gun, spring gun, or like device 16-23-730 Manufacturing, possessing, transporting, distributing, using, aiding, counseling, or conspiring in the use of a hoax device or replica of a destructive device or detonator that causes a person to believe that the hoax device or replica is a destructive device or detonator 16-25-20(C) Domestic violence in the second degree 16-27-40 Penalty (Animal Fighting or Baiting Act)-Second offense 17-15-90(2) Wilful failure to appear before a court when released in connection with a charge for a misdemeanor 17-22-170 Unlawful retention or release of information regarding participation in intervention program 17-28-350 Willful and malicious destruction of physical evidence or biological material. Code Commissioner's Note The crime classification tables are added by the Code Commissioner pursuant to Section 2-13-66, and updated annually. (A) The following offenses are Class A misdemeanors and the maximum terms established for a Class A misdemeanor, not more than three years, as set forth in Section 16-1-20(A), apply: 4-11-130 Disbursing officers may not exceed or transfer appropriations 4-17-70 Wilful injury to courthouse or jail 5-21-30 Municipal officers prohibited from contracting with municipality 5-21-40 Officers required to account to municipality for interest collected on deposits 7-5-325 Fraudulent change of address by elector for registration for voting purposes 7-13-1920 Tampering with voting machine 7-25-10 False swearing in applying for registration (election laws) 7-25-70 Procuring or offering to procure votes by threats 7-25-110 Voting more than once at elections 7-25-120 Impersonating a voter 7-25-160 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct on the part of managers 7-25-170 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct by officers other than managers 8-11-30 Payment or receipt of salary not due to state officers or employees 9-1-1160(A) Collection of members contribution, failure to make payroll reports and remittances (State Retirement System) 10-11-315 Defacing, destroying or attempting to deface or destroy a monument or flag on the capitol grounds 10-11-320 Carrying or discharging a firearm on the capitol grounds or in the capitol building 10-11-360 Violation of article concerning offenses on capitol grounds and in capitol building 11-1-20 Failure to account for interest on deposit of public funds 11-1-40 Contracts in excess of tax or appropriation, diverting public funds 11-9-20 Disbursing officers exceeding or transferring appropriations 12-2-70 Neglect or misconduct of county auditor or treasurer (F) An operator of a refinery, terminal, or bulk plant failure to provide an automated shipping document to a driver of a fuel transportation vehicle receiving taxable motor fuel (B) Licensed importer failure to meet requirements regarding fuel which has not been dyed, nor tax paid or accrued by the supplier (C) Failure to meet requirements for exporting fuel (D) Operation of a motor vehicle with dyed fuel (D) Knowingly engaging or knowingly aiding and abetting another person to engage in a motor fuel business without a license (C) Fuel must meet ASTM standards (C) False statement on shipping paper regarding liability for user fees (C) Tampering with metering device (C) Truck drivers who violate certain shipping requirements for the second and subsequent times (B) Refusing to allow certain inspections for the purpose of evading the payment of taxes 12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(i) Concealing goods on which tax imposed with intent to evade assessment or collection 12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(ii) Wilful failure to pay over money received from third party to discharge payor's tax liability 16-3-600(A) Assault and battery in the second degree 16-3-730 Publishing name of victim of criminal sexual conduct unlawful 16-3-1050(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation 16-3-1050(H) Obstructing or impeding an investigation pursuant to Chapter 35 of Title 43 16-3-1720(A) Harassment in the first degree 16-3-1720(B) Harassment in the first degree when a restraining order is in effect 16-3-1910(O) Violation of a permanent restraining order, if the underlying conviction that was the basis for the permanent restraining order was a misdemeanor 16-3-1920(N) Violation of an emergency restraining order, if the underlying conviction that was the basis for the emergency restraining order was a misdemeanor 16-3-2080(F) Disclosing information about a trafficking victim or certain shelters or unlawfully entering the grounds of certain shelters 16-5-40 Duty of officers to execute warrants 16-5-50 Penalty for hindering officers or rescuing prisoners 16-7-160(1) Illegal use of stink bombs or other devices containing foul or offensive odors 16-7-170 Entering public buildings for purpose of destroying records or other property 16-11-30 Possession of master keys and nonowner key sets while engaged in crime 16-11-140 Burning of crops and other kinds of personal property 16-11-523 Obtaining nonferrous metals unlawfully resulting in disruption of communication or electrical service to critical infrastructure 16-11-560 Burning, cutting untenanted or unfinished buildings 16-11-570 Injury or destruction of building or crops by tenant 16-11-770(B)(3) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, third or subsequent offense 16-11-780 Entering certain lands to discover, uncover, move, remove, or attempt to remove an archaeological resource- second offense 16-11-920(A)(3) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a motion picture theatre with intent to record, third offense 16-13-10 Forgery that does not involve a dollar amount 16-13-131(C)(1) Larceny against a merchant by offering a fraudulent product code on merchandise - first offense 16-13-135(E)(1) Retail theft - first offense 16-13-150 Purse snatching (not grand larceny or robbery) 16-13-180(B)(2) Receiving stolen goods (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-380 Theft of electric current (second or subsequent offense) 16-13-385(B)(2) Tampering with a utility meter - second offense 16-13-385(C)(2) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - second offense 16-13-385(D)(2) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - second offense 16-13-470(B)(1) Defrauding a drug or alcohol screening test (first offense) 16-15-130 Indecent exposure 16-15-250 Communicating obscene messages (nontelephonic) 16-17-470(A) Eavesdropping or peeping 16-17-470(B)(1) Voyeurism (first offense) 16-17-490 Contributing to the delinquency of a minor 16-17-495(C) Returning a child under sixteen years of age within three days of a violation of a custody order or statute 16-17-505(3) Knowingly selling cigarettes in packages that violate federal law 16-17-650(A)(2) Engaging in cock fighting, game fowl or illegal game fowl testing, Second Offense 16-17-680 Presenting a falsified bill of sale for a coil to a secondary metals recycler 16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals for the purpose of recycling the nonferrous metals, third or subsequent offense 16-17-680(D)(3) Unlawful purchase of nonferrous metals 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, second offense 16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen nonferrous metal, third or subsequent offense 16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate weight of more than ten pounds, third or subsequent offense 16-17-735(D) Persons falsely asserting authority of law 16-17-770(A)(2) Impersonating a lawyer-Second offense 16-21-60(A) Use of vehicle without permission (intent to deprive) 16-23-470 Illegal possession of teargas gun or ammunition for teargas gun 16-23-530 Knowingly selling or providing a gun to an illegal alien 16-25-30(B) Ship, transport, receive, or possess a firearm or ammunition, if the person has been convicted of a violation of Section 16-25-20(C) or (D), related to domestic violence 16-25-125(E) Unlawful entry upon the grounds of a domestic violence shelter 17-7-510 Burying body without notice or inquiry 22-9-140 Penalty for failing to execute process of magistrate's court 23-1-20 Peace officers may not be employed on contingent basis 23-3-535(D)(2) Sex offender's failure to vacate a residence that is within one thousand feet of a school, daycare center, children's recreational facility, park, or public playground-Second offense 24-13-425(B) Unlawful removal, destruction, or circumventing of the operation of an electronic monitoring device 25-7-20 Obtaining or giving information respecting national or state defense 29-1-30 Wilful sale of property on which lien exists 35-1-508(a)(3) Violation of Title 35, Chapter 1 when an investor loses less than one thousand dollars, or if no losses are proven 35-11-725(C) Knowingly engaging in an activity for which a license is required by the South Carolina Anti-Money Laundering Act and receiving not more than $500 compensation within a 30- day period from this activity 37-13-50 Regulation of subleasing and loan assumption of a motor vehicle 38-7-140 Failure to pay money due or to supply information required 38-13-140 Refusal to exhibit records, false statements (Insurance) 38-25-330 Violations of Chapter 25, Unauthorized Transaction of Insurance Business 38-38-720(2) Making a false statement or representation regarding a fraternal benefit society if the amount of the economic benefit received is $1,000 or more (first offense) 38-43-190 Fraud regarding payment of insurance premium 38-55-80 Loans to directors or officers (Insurance) 38-55-150 Accepting premiums or assessments in insolvent company (Insurance) 38-55-160 Insuring uninsurable persons with intent to defraud 38-55-173(B)(1) Vehicle glass repairer offering or making certain payments of $1,000 or more 38-55-540(A)(2) Knowingly making false statement or misrepresentation resulting in economic advantage of between one and ten thousand dollars, first offense 38-59-50 Payment or settlement of benefits in merchandise or service prohibited (Insurance) 39-15-750 Destruction of brand or removal or transfer of timber (B)(1)(a)(ii) Transferring, distributing, selling, or otherwise disposing of an item having a counterfeit mark on it, with goods or services having a value of more than $2000 but less than $10,000; using any object, tool, machine, or other device to produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark 40-5-320 Practice of law by corporations and voluntary associations unlawful 40-5-350 Soliciting legal business unlawful 40-5-360 Splitting fees with laymen unlawful 40-54-80 Violations of chapter concerning dealers in precious metals-Third or subsequent offenses 43-5-40 Unlawful publication or other use of records 43-7-60 False claim, statement, or representation by a medical provider 43-7-70 False statement of representation on an application for public assistance 43-7-80(B) Provider required to keep separate accounts and records 43-33-40 Unlawful interference with rights of blind or other physically disabled person 43-35-85(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation 43-35-85(H) Obstructing an investigation pursuant to the Omnibus Adult Protection Act 44-31-360 Violation of article concerning tuberculosis prisoners and inmates of institutions 44-37-30 Offenses related to neonatal testing 44-41-36(A) Performing an abortion on an unemancipated minor 44-41-350 Performing an abortion without satisfying "A Woman's Right to Know" provision, third or subsequent offense 44-41-470 Physician intentionally or knowingly performing an illegal abortion 44-53-370(b)(3) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (Schedule IV drugs except for flunitrazepam) First offense 44-53-370(d)(3) Possession of cocaine, first offense 44-53-375(A) Possession of less than one gram of methamphetamine or cocaine base 44-53-398(H)(3) Purchasing a product containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine from any person other than a manufacturer or registered wholesale distributor, Second Offense 44-79-120 Violation of chapter concerning Physical Fitness Services Act 45-9-90 Equal enjoyment and privileges to public accommodations 46-17-460 Violation of chapter concerning agricultural commodities marketing 46-19-270 Displaying sign showing Department of Agriculture approval prior to approval 46-25-80 Violations of chapter concerning fertilizer law 46-41-30(1) Unlawful to engage in business as dealer without license, penalties for violation (agricultural products)-First offense 46-55-60 Manufacturing, distributing, dispensing, delivering, purchasing, etc., of marijuana on property used for industrial hemp production 47-3-630 Torturing, mutilating, injuring, disabling, poisoning, or killing a police dog or horse. Application of sentencing provisions to motor vehicle and drug selling violators. Misdemeanor: Definition, classification, designation. C, provides: "Wherever in the 1976 Code of Laws reference is made to the common law offense of assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, it means assault and battery with intent to kill, as contained in repealed Section 16-3-620, and, except for references in Section 16-1-60 and Section 17-25-45, wherever in the 1976 Code reference is made to assault and battery with intent to kill, it means attempted murder as defined in Section 16-3-29." Penalties for classes of felonies. HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 16-2; 1952 Code Section 16-2; 1942 Code Section 1937; 1932 Code Section 1937; Cr. S., second or subsequent offense 17-15-90(1) Wilful failure to appear before a court when released in connection with a charge for a felony or while awaiting sentencing 17-30-50(A) Interception of wire, electronic, or oral communications 17-30-55(A) Sending or manufacturing device for unlawful interception of wire, oral or electronic communications 20-4-60(B)(2) Possession firearm at time of criminal domestic violence 20-4-375(A) Making, presenting, filing, or attempting to file a false, fictitious, or fraudulent foreign protection order 23-3-470(B)(3) Failure of sex offender to register Third or subsequent offense 23-3-475(B)(3) Providing false information when registering as a sex offender Third or subsequent offense 23-3-510(2) Committing a felony by using information obtained from the sex offender registry 23-3-535(D)(3) Sex offender's failure to vacate a residence that is within one thousand feet of a school, daycare center, children's recreational facility, park, or public playground-Second offense 23-3-540(I) Sex offender failing to comply with reporting requirements 23-3-540(L) Sex offender removing or tampering with monitoring device 23-3-550 Assisting or harboring unregistered sex offender 23-3-650(C) Unlawful disclosure of DNA information from State DNA Database 23-31-160 False information or evidence on firearms license application (See Section 23-31-190) 23-31-190 Penalties, violation concerning regulation of pistols Unlawful for a person adjudicated as a mental defective or committed to a mental institution to ship, transport, possess, or receive a firearm or ammunition 23-36-170(a) Penalty (violation of South Carolina Explosives Control Act) First offense 23-50-50(B) Divulging privileged communication, protected information, or a protected identity with intent to obtain monetary gain or other benefit 24-1-270 Trespass or loitering on or refusal to leave state correctional properties 27-32-120(B) Violation of vacation time sharing plans Third or subsequent offense 32-7-100(A)(2) Preneed funeral contract violations (value between $2,000 and $ 10,000) 33-56-145(A) Defrauding a charity (second or subsequent offense) 33-56-145(B) Giving false information with respect to registering a charity (second or subsequent offense) 33-57-170(A) Person or organization that unlawfully conducts a nonprofit raffle-second or subsequent offense 33-57-170(B) Person or organization that violates a provision of Title 33, Chapter 57 with the intent to deceive or defraud an individual or nonprofit organization - second or subsequent offense 33-57-170(C) Person or organization that gives false or misleading information on a registration or report under Title 33, Chapter 57 34-3-110(B) Crimes against a federally chartered or insured financial institution 35-1-508(a)(2) Violation of Title 35, Chapter 1 when an investor loses less than twenty thousand dollars, but more than one thousand dollars 35-11-740(A)(1)(b)(i) Conducting or attempting to conduct financial transactions that involve the proceeds of an unlawful activity when the transactions exceed $300 but are less than $20,000 in a 12-month period 35-11-740(A)(2)(b)(i) Transporting, transmitting, or transferring or attempting to commit these activities with regard to funds across state or international boundaries unlawfully when the transactions exceed $300 but are less than $20,000 in a 12-month period 35-11-740(A)(3)(b)(i) Concealing or disguising the nature, location, source, ownership, or control of property believed to be the proceeds of unlawful activity; conducting or attempting to conduct financial transactions involving property represented by a law enforcement officer to be proceeds of unlawful activity, or property used to conduct or facilitate unlawful activity if the transactions exceed $20,000 in a 12-month period 36-9-410(C)(2) Unlawful disposal of personal property that is subject to a perfected security interest whose value is more than $2,000 but less than $10,000 36-9-501(c) Filing a false or fraudulent financing statement 38-9-150 Return of deposited securities (making false affidavit) 38-13-170 Making or aiding in making false statement (Insurance) 38-43-245 Licensed insurance producer fraudulently submitting application for insurance 38-55-170(2) Presenting false claim for payment (Insurance) (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 38-55-540(A)(3) Knowingly making false statement or misrepresentation resulting in economic advantage of between ten and fifty thousand dollars, first offense (B)(1)(a)(iii) Transferring, distributing, selling, or otherwise disposing of an item having a counterfeit mark on it, with goods or services having a value of $10000 or more but less than $50000; using any object, tool, machine, or other device to produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark (B)(1)(b)(i) Trafficking in counterfeit marks, First Offense 39-22-90(A)(1)-(4), (9) Prohibited acts. (D) if the subsequent offense was committed within two hundred seventy days of his release, two years shall be added to the sentence mandated by the subsequent conviction. A person who commits the common law offense of attempt, upon conviction, must be punished as for the principal offense. 16-8-20(B)(1) Demonstrating the use of a bomb (first offense) 16-8-240(A) Committing or threatening acts of violence with the intent to coerce, induce, or solicit another person to participate in gang activity, second offense 16-9-10(B)(1) Perjury and subordination of perjury 16-9-30 False swearing before persons authorized to administer oaths 16-9-210 Giving or offering bribes to officers 16-9-230 Acceptance of rebates or extra compensation 16-9-260 Corrupting jurors, arbitrators, umpires, or referees 16-9-270 Acceptance of bribes by jurors, arbitrators, umpires, or referees 16-9-460 Movement and harboring intended to further illegal entry or detection 16-11-20 Making, mending or possessing tools or other implements capable of being used in crime 16-11-125 Making false claim or statement in support of claim to obtain insurance benefits for fire or explosion loss 16-11-130 Burning personal property to defraud insurer 16-11-150 Burning lands of another without consent Second and subsequent offense 16-11-170 Wilfully burning lands of another 16-11-190 Wilfully and maliciously attempts to burn 16-11-313(B) Burglary-third degree First offense 16-11-510(B)(2) Malicious injury to animals and personal property (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-11-520(B)(2) Malicious injury to real property (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-11-523(C)(2) Injuring real property while illegally obtaining nonferrous metals where the value of the injury is greater than $2,000 but less than $10,000 16-11-617 Unlawful to cultivate or attempt to cultivate marijuana on land of another 16-11-725(B)(2) Rummaging through or stealing another person's household garbage 16-11-780 Entering certain lands to discover, uncover, move, remove, or attempt to remove an archaeological resource-Third or subsequent offense 16-11-910 and 16-11-915 Transfer of recorded sounds for unauthorized use or sale 16-11-930 Illegal distribution of recording without name and address of manufacturer and designation of featured artist (See Sections 16-11-920(B) and 16-11-940) 16-13-10(B)(1) Forgery (value more than $10,000) 16-13-30(B)(2) Grand larceny (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-40(2) Stealing of bonds and the like (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-50(A)(2) Stealing livestock, confiscation of motor vehicle or other chattel (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-70(B)(2) Stealing of vessels and equipment-payment of damages (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-110(B)(2) Shoplifting (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-160 Breaking into motor vehicles or tanks, pumps, and other containers where fuel or lubricants are stored 16-13-165(B)(1)(b) Knowingly and intentionally importing, manufacturing, or selling counterfeit nonconforming airbags-2nd or subsequent offense 16-13-165(B)(2)(a) Knowingly and intentionally importing, manufacturing, or selling counterfeit nonconforming airbags-1st offense 16-13-165(B)(3)(a) Knowingly or intentionally selling, leasing, trading, or transferring motor vehicle containing counterfeit or nonfunctional airbag-1st offense 16-13-210(B)(2) Embezzlement of less than $10,000 in public funds 16-13-230(B)(2) Breach of trust with fraudulent intent (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-240(2) Obtaining signature or property by false pretenses (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-260(2) Obtaining property under false tokens or letters (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-385(B)(3) Tampering with a utility meter - third or subsequent offense 16-13-385(C)(3) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - third or subsequent offense 16-13-385(D)(3) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - third or subsequent offense 16-13-420(B)(2) Failure to return rented objects, fraudulent appropriation (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-430(C)(2) Fraudulent acquisition or use of food stamps (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-440(B)(2) Obtaining a refund with a fraudulent driver's license or identity card when the value is two thousand dollars or more 16-13-470(B)(2) Defrauding a drug or alcohol screening test (second or subsequent offense) 16-13-480 Providing false picture identifications for use by unlawful aliens 16-13-510(E) Financial identity fraud and identity fraud 16-13-512(C)(2) Unlawfully printing information on credit and debit card receipts 16-13-525(D) Display or possession of a false identification or document for the purpose of proving lawful presence-Second and subsequent offense 16-14-20 Financial transaction card theft 16-14-40 Financial transaction card forgery 16-14-60(a) Financial transaction card fraud-value of things of value exceeds five hundred dollars in a six-month period 16-14-60(g) Financial transaction card fraud 16-14-70 Criminal possession of financial transaction card forgery devices 16-14-80(B)(2) Criminally receiving goods and services fraudulently obtained with financial transaction card (value over $1,000) 16-14-100 Financial Transaction Card Crime Act violation 16-15-10 Bigamy 16-15-120 Buggery 16-15-305(A) Unlawfully disseminating, processing, or promoting obscenity 16-15-425(C) Participation in the prostitution of a minor 16-16-20(2) Computer crime-First degree 16-17-410 Conspiracy 16-17-470(B)(2) Voyeurism (second or subsequent offense) 16-17-495(B) Transporting a child under sixteen years of age with the purpose of concealing the child or avoiding a custody order or statute 16-17-600(C) Destruction or desecration of human remains or repositories-destroys, tears down, injures fencing, trees, flowers, or shrubs around a repository of human remains 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, third or subsequent offense 16-17-722(B) Knowingly file a false police report regarding a felony 16-17-770(A)(3) Impersonating a lawyer-Third or subsequent offense 16-21-10 Altering, forging, or counterfeiting certificate of title, registration card, or license plate, misrepresentation or concealment in application 16-21-40(A)(2), (A)(4) Removing or falsifying identification number of vehicle or engine and buying, receiving, or selling such vehicle or engine 16-21-80(2) Receiving, possessing, concealing, selling, or disposing of stolen vehicle (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-23-30 Sale or delivery of pistol to and possession by certain persons unlawful, stolen pistols (See Section 16-23-50) 16-23-50(A)(1) Handguns 16-23-410 Pointing firearms at a person 16-23-415 Taking a firearm, stun gun, or taser device from a law enforcement officer 16-23-420 Carrying or displaying firearms in public buildings or adjacent areas 16-23-430 Carrying weapons on school property 16-23-480 Manufacture or possession of article designed to cause damage by fire or other means 16-23-490 Possession of firearm or knife during commission or attempt to commit violent crime 16-23-500(B) Possession of a firearm or ammunition by a person convicted of a violent crime 16-23-520 Use, transportation, manufacture, possession, purchase, or sale of teflon-coated ammunition 16-23-740 Hindering certain individuals or devices during the detection, disarming, or destruction of a destructive device 16-25-20(B)(3) Criminal domestic violence-Third offense 16-25-20 Commission of criminal domestic violence-Third or subsequent offense 16-25-30(B) Ship, transport, receive, or possess a firearm or ammunition, if the person has been convicted of particular domestic violence offenses 16-25-125(E) Unlawful entry upon the grounds of a domestic violence shelter while possessing a dangerous weapon 16-27-30 Animal fighting or baiting 16-27-40 Presence at facility where animal fighting or baiting is taking place Third and subsequent offenses 17-13-170 False, fictitious, fraudulent, or counterfeit picture identification for purpose of offering proof of lawful presence in the U. 56-11-250 Failure of a motor carrier to apply for a registration card and identification marker 56-17-10 Failure to purchase a license, keep records, supply information when required by law 56-19-240 Application for certificate, form, and contents (vehicle title) 56-19-480 Transfer and surrender of certificates, license plates, registration cards, and manufacturers serial plates of vehicles sold as salvage, abandoned, scrapped, or destroyed-Second and subsequent offenses 56-31-50(C) Rental company making a false report regarding certain personal property taxes 56-31-50(D) Misrepresentation of the amount of personal property taxes on a private passenger motor vehicle or rental vehicle paid or the amount of surcharges collected 57-25-145(C) Placing an outdoor sign advertising an adult or sexually-oriented business within one mile of a public highway 58-3-280 Restriction on employment of former commissioners by public utility 58-4-130 Restriction on outside employment of executive director 58-7-60(C)(1) Unlawful appropriation of gas that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or the risk of great bodily injury or death - first offense 58-7-60(E)(1) Aiding, abetting, or assisting another person in withdrawing and appropriating gas - first offense 58-7-70 Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas meters - first offense 58-7-70(C)(1) Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas meters for profit - first offense 58-7-70(D)(1) Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas meters for profit when violation results in property damage greater than $5,000 or in risk of great bodily injury or death - first offense 58-15-875(D)(1) Unlawful conduct relating to railroad track material for recycling, first offense Violation by Railroads of Interstate Commerce Act Criminal penalty on individuals for violation of transportation of freight Injury due to negligence or carelessness of general railroad law Injury due to wilful violation of general railroad law 58-23-920 Insurance required of owners of motor vehicles transporting goods for hire-First offense 59-5-130 Members shall not contract with State Board of Education 59-69-260 Officials shall not acquire interest in claims or contracts (school funds) 61-2-240 Interference with an officer or use of abusive language by an officer or another person 61-4-1530 Operation of brewery or winery without permit 61-6-4010(B)(2) Unlawful manufacture, possession or sale of alcoholic liquors-Second offense 61-6-4025(b) Possession of unlawfully acquired or manufactured alcoholic liquors in a vehicle, vessel, or aircraft-Second offense 61-6-4030(b) Transportation of alcoholic liquors in a taxi or other vehicle for hire-Second offense 61-6-4040(b) Rendering aid in unlawful transportation of alcoholic liquor-Second offense 61-6-4060(B)(2) Unlawful storage of alcoholic liquor in a place of business-Second offense 61-6-4100(b) Manufacture, sale, or possession of unlawful distillery-Second offense 61-6-4110(b) Knowingly permitting or allowing a person to locate an unlawful distillery on a premise-Second offense 61-6-4120(b) Unlawful manufacture, transport, or possession of materials used in the manufacture of alcoholic liquors-Second offense 61-6-4130(b) Present at a place where alcoholic liquors are unlawfully manufactured-Second offense 61-6-4150(b) Unlawful sale of alcoholic liquor from a vehicle, vessel, or aircraft-Second offense 61-6-4160(b) Unlawful sale of alcoholic liquors on Sundays, election days, and other days-Second offense 61-6-4170(B)(2) Advertisement of alcoholic liquors from billboard-Second offense 61-6-4200 Unlawful disposal, rescue, or attempted disposal or rescue of alcoholic liquors 61-8-50 Violation of a restraining order against unlawful sale, barter, exchange, storage, or possession of alcoholic liquors 62-2-901 Destruction of or failure to deliver a will to a Judge of Probate 63-3-620 Contempt of court 63-5-20 Failure to provide reasonable support to a spouse or minor child 63-7-940 Dissemination of classified information 63-7-1990(A) Dissemination of confidential reports 63-11-90 Violations of Article 1, Child Welfare Agencies Disclosure of confidential records 63-13-40(B) Unlawful application for employment by an ex-convict 63-13-185(F) Unlawful administration of medicine to a child by childcare facility personnel 63-13-190(C) Unlawful application for employment by ex-convict 63-13-420(F) Application for operator license for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-430(E) Renewal application for operator license for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-620(E), (F) Application for statement of standard conformity or approval for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-630(E), (G) Renewal application for statement of standard conformity or approval for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-820(E), (F) Application for registration for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-830(C), (D) Renewal application for registration for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes (D) Application for license or registration of church and religious centers for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes Unlawful release of information HISTORY: 1993 Act No. A felony or misdemeanor provided by statute or in common law which is not assigned a classification pursuant to Section 16-1-90 or 16-1-100 must be punished as provided before enactment of the classification system. (C) if the subsequent offense was committed within one hundred eighty days of his release, three years shall be added to the sentence mandated by the subsequent conviction. 106, Section 1, provides as follows: "This act may be cited as 'Mary Lynn's Law'." 2010 Act No.

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47-3-760(B)(1) Penalty for owner of dangerous animal which attacks and injures a human-First offense 47-3-960 Injuring, disabling or killing guide dog 47-17-100(A) Violation of a Meat and Meat Food Regulations Inspection Law, with intent to defraud 47-19-120(C)(1) Interference with person performing official duties under chapter on poultry inspection 47-21-80(A) Penalty for violation of Farm Animal and Research Facilities Protection Act 47-21-250(A) Penalty for crop operation violations 48-27-250 Violation of chapter concerning registration of foresters 48-49-60(a) Violations of chapter concerning SC Mountain Ridge Protection Act 50-1-85(4) Negligent use of firearms or archery tackle when death results. in volume) 16-11-730 Malicious injury to or interference with microwave, radio, or television facilities; unauthorized use of such facilities 16-11-750 Unlawful injury or interference with electric lines 16-11-770(B)(2) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, second offense 16-11-820 Theft of cable television service unlawful use without payment (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offense 16-11-825 Theft of cable television, unauthorized connection or use of device to cable television system (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-830 Theft of cable television service, aid, abet, or attempt (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-835 Advertisement or sale of instrument designed to avoid payment for cable services (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-840 Unauthorized device to decode or descramble cable television signal (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-845 Use, sale, or installation of a converter or similar device for unauthorized reception of cable signals (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-855 Violation of Article 8, Theft of Cable Television Service 16-11-910 Transfer of recorded sounds for unauthorized use or sale (See Section 16-11-920(E)) 16-11-915 Unauthorized sale of article containing live performances (See Section 16-11-920(E)) 16-11-920(A)(1) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a motion picture theatre with intent to record, first offense 16-11-930 Illegal distribution of recordings without name and address of manufacturer and designation of feature artist (See Section 16-11-940(D)) 16-13-15 Falsifying or altering transcript or diploma, fraudulent use of falsified or altered transcript or diploma penalty 16-13-65 Stealing aquaculture products or damaging aquaculture facilities - First and second offense 16-13-165(B)(1)(a) Knowingly and intentionally installing or reinstalling a counterfeit or nonfunctional airbag-1st offense 16-13-300 Fraudulent removal or secreting of personal property attached or levied on 16-13-385(C)(1) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - first offense 16-13-385(D)(1) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - first offense 16-13-400 Avoiding or attempting to avoid payment of telecommunications 16-13-410(1) Making or possessing device, plans or instruction which can be used to violate Section 16-3-400 16-14-60 Financial transaction card fraud 16-14-60(a) Financial transaction card fraud-value of things of value does not exceed five hundred dollars in any six-month period 16-14-60(a)(2)(d) Financial transaction card fraud-using financial transaction card to exceed certain balances or authorized lines of credit 16-14-60(b) Financial transaction card fraud by a person authorized to furnish anything of value upon presentation of a financial transaction card if the value does not exceed five hundred dollars in a six-month period 16-14-60(c) Financial transaction card fraud-filing of false application to an issuer of a financial transaction card 16-14-60(d) Financial transaction card fraud-filing of false notice or report of theft 16-14-80 Criminally receiving goods and services fraudulently obtained 16-15-50 Seduction under promise of marriage 16-15-60 Adultery or fornication 16-15-90 Prostitution (See Section 16-15-110(3))-Third or subsequent offenses 16-15-100 Prostitution; further acts (See Section 16-15-110(3))-Third or subsequent offenses 16-15-315 Condition on certain sales for resale or on franchising rights that obscene material be received for resale prohibited 16-15-325 Participation in preparation of obscene material prohibited 16-16-20(3)(c) Computer crime-second degree-First offense 16-17-310 Imitation of organizations' names, emblems, and the like 16-17-500(3) Providing tobacco products to a minor 16-17-520 Disturbance of religious worship 16-17-540 Bribery with respect to agents, servants, or employees 16-17-650(A)(1) Engaging in cockfighting, game fowl or illegal game fowl fighting testing, First Offense 16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals for the purpose of recycling the nonferrous metals, second offense 16-17-680(D)(2) Unlawful purchase or transportation of nonferrous metals, second offense 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, first offense 16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen nonferrous metal, second offense 16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate weight of more than ten pounds, second offense 16-17-700 Tattooing 16-17-720 Impersonating law enforcement officer 16-17-735 Impersonation of state or local official or employee or law enforcement officer or asserting authority of state law in connection with a sham legal process 16-17-760 Falsely representing oneself as being the recipient of certain military awards 16-17-770(A)(1) Impersonating a lawyer-First offense 16-19-10 Setting up lotteries 16-19-40 Unlawful games and betting 16-21-60(B) Use of vehicle without permission (Temporary purpose only) 16-21-70 Use of bicycle or other vehicle without permission, but without intent to steal 16-23-20 Unlawful carrying of pistol (See Section 16-23-50(A)(2)) 16-23-450 Placing loaded trap gun, spring gun, or like device 16-23-730 Manufacturing, possessing, transporting, distributing, using, aiding, counseling, or conspiring in the use of a hoax device or replica of a destructive device or detonator that causes a person to believe that the hoax device or replica is a destructive device or detonator 16-25-20(C) Domestic violence in the second degree 16-27-40 Penalty (Animal Fighting or Baiting Act)-Second offense 17-15-90(2) Wilful failure to appear before a court when released in connection with a charge for a misdemeanor 17-22-170 Unlawful retention or release of information regarding participation in intervention program 17-28-350 Willful and malicious destruction of physical evidence or biological material.

Code Commissioner's Note The crime classification tables are added by the Code Commissioner pursuant to Section 2-13-66, and updated annually. (A) The following offenses are Class A misdemeanors and the maximum terms established for a Class A misdemeanor, not more than three years, as set forth in Section 16-1-20(A), apply: 4-11-130 Disbursing officers may not exceed or transfer appropriations 4-17-70 Wilful injury to courthouse or jail 5-21-30 Municipal officers prohibited from contracting with municipality 5-21-40 Officers required to account to municipality for interest collected on deposits 7-5-325 Fraudulent change of address by elector for registration for voting purposes 7-13-1920 Tampering with voting machine 7-25-10 False swearing in applying for registration (election laws) 7-25-70 Procuring or offering to procure votes by threats 7-25-110 Voting more than once at elections 7-25-120 Impersonating a voter 7-25-160 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct on the part of managers 7-25-170 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct by officers other than managers 8-11-30 Payment or receipt of salary not due to state officers or employees 9-1-1160(A) Collection of members contribution, failure to make payroll reports and remittances (State Retirement System) 10-11-315 Defacing, destroying or attempting to deface or destroy a monument or flag on the capitol grounds 10-11-320 Carrying or discharging a firearm on the capitol grounds or in the capitol building 10-11-360 Violation of article concerning offenses on capitol grounds and in capitol building 11-1-20 Failure to account for interest on deposit of public funds 11-1-40 Contracts in excess of tax or appropriation, diverting public funds 11-9-20 Disbursing officers exceeding or transferring appropriations 12-2-70 Neglect or misconduct of county auditor or treasurer (F) An operator of a refinery, terminal, or bulk plant failure to provide an automated shipping document to a driver of a fuel transportation vehicle receiving taxable motor fuel (B) Licensed importer failure to meet requirements regarding fuel which has not been dyed, nor tax paid or accrued by the supplier (C) Failure to meet requirements for exporting fuel (D) Operation of a motor vehicle with dyed fuel (D) Knowingly engaging or knowingly aiding and abetting another person to engage in a motor fuel business without a license (C) Fuel must meet ASTM standards (C) False statement on shipping paper regarding liability for user fees (C) Tampering with metering device (C) Truck drivers who violate certain shipping requirements for the second and subsequent times (B) Refusing to allow certain inspections for the purpose of evading the payment of taxes 12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(i) Concealing goods on which tax imposed with intent to evade assessment or collection 12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(ii) Wilful failure to pay over money received from third party to discharge payor's tax liability 16-3-600(A) Assault and battery in the second degree 16-3-730 Publishing name of victim of criminal sexual conduct unlawful 16-3-1050(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation 16-3-1050(H) Obstructing or impeding an investigation pursuant to Chapter 35 of Title 43 16-3-1720(A) Harassment in the first degree 16-3-1720(B) Harassment in the first degree when a restraining order is in effect 16-3-1910(O) Violation of a permanent restraining order, if the underlying conviction that was the basis for the permanent restraining order was a misdemeanor 16-3-1920(N) Violation of an emergency restraining order, if the underlying conviction that was the basis for the emergency restraining order was a misdemeanor 16-3-2080(F) Disclosing information about a trafficking victim or certain shelters or unlawfully entering the grounds of certain shelters 16-5-40 Duty of officers to execute warrants 16-5-50 Penalty for hindering officers or rescuing prisoners 16-7-160(1) Illegal use of stink bombs or other devices containing foul or offensive odors 16-7-170 Entering public buildings for purpose of destroying records or other property 16-11-30 Possession of master keys and nonowner key sets while engaged in crime 16-11-140 Burning of crops and other kinds of personal property 16-11-523 Obtaining nonferrous metals unlawfully resulting in disruption of communication or electrical service to critical infrastructure 16-11-560 Burning, cutting untenanted or unfinished buildings 16-11-570 Injury or destruction of building or crops by tenant 16-11-770(B)(3) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, third or subsequent offense 16-11-780 Entering certain lands to discover, uncover, move, remove, or attempt to remove an archaeological resource- second offense 16-11-920(A)(3) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a motion picture theatre with intent to record, third offense 16-13-10 Forgery that does not involve a dollar amount 16-13-131(C)(1) Larceny against a merchant by offering a fraudulent product code on merchandise - first offense 16-13-135(E)(1) Retail theft - first offense 16-13-150 Purse snatching (not grand larceny or robbery) 16-13-180(B)(2) Receiving stolen goods (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-380 Theft of electric current (second or subsequent offense) 16-13-385(B)(2) Tampering with a utility meter - second offense 16-13-385(C)(2) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - second offense 16-13-385(D)(2) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - second offense 16-13-470(B)(1) Defrauding a drug or alcohol screening test (first offense) 16-15-130 Indecent exposure 16-15-250 Communicating obscene messages (nontelephonic) 16-17-470(A) Eavesdropping or peeping 16-17-470(B)(1) Voyeurism (first offense) 16-17-490 Contributing to the delinquency of a minor 16-17-495(C) Returning a child under sixteen years of age within three days of a violation of a custody order or statute 16-17-505(3) Knowingly selling cigarettes in packages that violate federal law 16-17-650(A)(2) Engaging in cock fighting, game fowl or illegal game fowl testing, Second Offense 16-17-680 Presenting a falsified bill of sale for a coil to a secondary metals recycler 16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals for the purpose of recycling the nonferrous metals, third or subsequent offense 16-17-680(D)(3) Unlawful purchase of nonferrous metals 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, second offense 16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen nonferrous metal, third or subsequent offense 16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate weight of more than ten pounds, third or subsequent offense 16-17-735(D) Persons falsely asserting authority of law 16-17-770(A)(2) Impersonating a lawyer-Second offense 16-21-60(A) Use of vehicle without permission (intent to deprive) 16-23-470 Illegal possession of teargas gun or ammunition for teargas gun 16-23-530 Knowingly selling or providing a gun to an illegal alien 16-25-30(B) Ship, transport, receive, or possess a firearm or ammunition, if the person has been convicted of a violation of Section 16-25-20(C) or (D), related to domestic violence 16-25-125(E) Unlawful entry upon the grounds of a domestic violence shelter 17-7-510 Burying body without notice or inquiry 22-9-140 Penalty for failing to execute process of magistrate's court 23-1-20 Peace officers may not be employed on contingent basis 23-3-535(D)(2) Sex offender's failure to vacate a residence that is within one thousand feet of a school, daycare center, children's recreational facility, park, or public playground-Second offense 24-13-425(B) Unlawful removal, destruction, or circumventing of the operation of an electronic monitoring device 25-7-20 Obtaining or giving information respecting national or state defense 29-1-30 Wilful sale of property on which lien exists 35-1-508(a)(3) Violation of Title 35, Chapter 1 when an investor loses less than one thousand dollars, or if no losses are proven 35-11-725(C) Knowingly engaging in an activity for which a license is required by the South Carolina Anti-Money Laundering Act and receiving not more than $500 compensation within a 30- day period from this activity 37-13-50 Regulation of subleasing and loan assumption of a motor vehicle 38-7-140 Failure to pay money due or to supply information required 38-13-140 Refusal to exhibit records, false statements (Insurance) 38-25-330 Violations of Chapter 25, Unauthorized Transaction of Insurance Business 38-38-720(2) Making a false statement or representation regarding a fraternal benefit society if the amount of the economic benefit received is $1,000 or more (first offense) 38-43-190 Fraud regarding payment of insurance premium 38-55-80 Loans to directors or officers (Insurance) 38-55-150 Accepting premiums or assessments in insolvent company (Insurance) 38-55-160 Insuring uninsurable persons with intent to defraud 38-55-173(B)(1) Vehicle glass repairer offering or making certain payments of $1,000 or more 38-55-540(A)(2) Knowingly making false statement or misrepresentation resulting in economic advantage of between one and ten thousand dollars, first offense 38-59-50 Payment or settlement of benefits in merchandise or service prohibited (Insurance) 39-15-750 Destruction of brand or removal or transfer of timber (B)(1)(a)(ii) Transferring, distributing, selling, or otherwise disposing of an item having a counterfeit mark on it, with goods or services having a value of more than $2000 but less than $10,000; using any object, tool, machine, or other device to produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark 40-5-320 Practice of law by corporations and voluntary associations unlawful 40-5-350 Soliciting legal business unlawful 40-5-360 Splitting fees with laymen unlawful 40-54-80 Violations of chapter concerning dealers in precious metals-Third or subsequent offenses 43-5-40 Unlawful publication or other use of records 43-7-60 False claim, statement, or representation by a medical provider 43-7-70 False statement of representation on an application for public assistance 43-7-80(B) Provider required to keep separate accounts and records 43-33-40 Unlawful interference with rights of blind or other physically disabled person 43-35-85(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation 43-35-85(H) Obstructing an investigation pursuant to the Omnibus Adult Protection Act 44-31-360 Violation of article concerning tuberculosis prisoners and inmates of institutions 44-37-30 Offenses related to neonatal testing 44-41-36(A) Performing an abortion on an unemancipated minor 44-41-350 Performing an abortion without satisfying "A Woman's Right to Know" provision, third or subsequent offense 44-41-470 Physician intentionally or knowingly performing an illegal abortion 44-53-370(b)(3) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (Schedule IV drugs except for flunitrazepam) First offense 44-53-370(d)(3) Possession of cocaine, first offense 44-53-375(A) Possession of less than one gram of methamphetamine or cocaine base 44-53-398(H)(3) Purchasing a product containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine from any person other than a manufacturer or registered wholesale distributor, Second Offense 44-79-120 Violation of chapter concerning Physical Fitness Services Act 45-9-90 Equal enjoyment and privileges to public accommodations 46-17-460 Violation of chapter concerning agricultural commodities marketing 46-19-270 Displaying sign showing Department of Agriculture approval prior to approval 46-25-80 Violations of chapter concerning fertilizer law 46-41-30(1) Unlawful to engage in business as dealer without license, penalties for violation (agricultural products)-First offense 46-55-60 Manufacturing, distributing, dispensing, delivering, purchasing, etc., of marijuana on property used for industrial hemp production 47-3-630 Torturing, mutilating, injuring, disabling, poisoning, or killing a police dog or horse.

,000 or more (first offense) 38-43-190 Fraud regarding payment of insurance premium 38-55-80 Loans to directors or officers (Insurance) 38-55-150 Accepting premiums or assessments in insolvent company (Insurance) 38-55-160 Insuring uninsurable persons with intent to defraud 38-55-173(B)(1) Vehicle glass repairer offering or making certain payments of

47-3-760(B)(1) Penalty for owner of dangerous animal which attacks and injures a human-First offense 47-3-960 Injuring, disabling or killing guide dog 47-17-100(A) Violation of a Meat and Meat Food Regulations Inspection Law, with intent to defraud 47-19-120(C)(1) Interference with person performing official duties under chapter on poultry inspection 47-21-80(A) Penalty for violation of Farm Animal and Research Facilities Protection Act 47-21-250(A) Penalty for crop operation violations 48-27-250 Violation of chapter concerning registration of foresters 48-49-60(a) Violations of chapter concerning SC Mountain Ridge Protection Act 50-1-85(4) Negligent use of firearms or archery tackle when death results. in volume) 16-11-730 Malicious injury to or interference with microwave, radio, or television facilities; unauthorized use of such facilities 16-11-750 Unlawful injury or interference with electric lines 16-11-770(B)(2) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, second offense 16-11-820 Theft of cable television service unlawful use without payment (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offense 16-11-825 Theft of cable television, unauthorized connection or use of device to cable television system (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-830 Theft of cable television service, aid, abet, or attempt (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-835 Advertisement or sale of instrument designed to avoid payment for cable services (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-840 Unauthorized device to decode or descramble cable television signal (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-845 Use, sale, or installation of a converter or similar device for unauthorized reception of cable signals (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-855 Violation of Article 8, Theft of Cable Television Service 16-11-910 Transfer of recorded sounds for unauthorized use or sale (See Section 16-11-920(E)) 16-11-915 Unauthorized sale of article containing live performances (See Section 16-11-920(E)) 16-11-920(A)(1) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a motion picture theatre with intent to record, first offense 16-11-930 Illegal distribution of recordings without name and address of manufacturer and designation of feature artist (See Section 16-11-940(D)) 16-13-15 Falsifying or altering transcript or diploma, fraudulent use of falsified or altered transcript or diploma penalty 16-13-65 Stealing aquaculture products or damaging aquaculture facilities - First and second offense 16-13-165(B)(1)(a) Knowingly and intentionally installing or reinstalling a counterfeit or nonfunctional airbag-1st offense 16-13-300 Fraudulent removal or secreting of personal property attached or levied on 16-13-385(C)(1) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - first offense 16-13-385(D)(1) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - first offense 16-13-400 Avoiding or attempting to avoid payment of telecommunications 16-13-410(1) Making or possessing device, plans or instruction which can be used to violate Section 16-3-400 16-14-60 Financial transaction card fraud 16-14-60(a) Financial transaction card fraud-value of things of value does not exceed five hundred dollars in any six-month period 16-14-60(a)(2)(d) Financial transaction card fraud-using financial transaction card to exceed certain balances or authorized lines of credit 16-14-60(b) Financial transaction card fraud by a person authorized to furnish anything of value upon presentation of a financial transaction card if the value does not exceed five hundred dollars in a six-month period 16-14-60(c) Financial transaction card fraud-filing of false application to an issuer of a financial transaction card 16-14-60(d) Financial transaction card fraud-filing of false notice or report of theft 16-14-80 Criminally receiving goods and services fraudulently obtained 16-15-50 Seduction under promise of marriage 16-15-60 Adultery or fornication 16-15-90 Prostitution (See Section 16-15-110(3))-Third or subsequent offenses 16-15-100 Prostitution; further acts (See Section 16-15-110(3))-Third or subsequent offenses 16-15-315 Condition on certain sales for resale or on franchising rights that obscene material be received for resale prohibited 16-15-325 Participation in preparation of obscene material prohibited 16-16-20(3)(c) Computer crime-second degree-First offense 16-17-310 Imitation of organizations' names, emblems, and the like 16-17-500(3) Providing tobacco products to a minor 16-17-520 Disturbance of religious worship 16-17-540 Bribery with respect to agents, servants, or employees 16-17-650(A)(1) Engaging in cockfighting, game fowl or illegal game fowl fighting testing, First Offense 16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals for the purpose of recycling the nonferrous metals, second offense 16-17-680(D)(2) Unlawful purchase or transportation of nonferrous metals, second offense 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, first offense 16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen nonferrous metal, second offense 16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate weight of more than ten pounds, second offense 16-17-700 Tattooing 16-17-720 Impersonating law enforcement officer 16-17-735 Impersonation of state or local official or employee or law enforcement officer or asserting authority of state law in connection with a sham legal process 16-17-760 Falsely representing oneself as being the recipient of certain military awards 16-17-770(A)(1) Impersonating a lawyer-First offense 16-19-10 Setting up lotteries 16-19-40 Unlawful games and betting 16-21-60(B) Use of vehicle without permission (Temporary purpose only) 16-21-70 Use of bicycle or other vehicle without permission, but without intent to steal 16-23-20 Unlawful carrying of pistol (See Section 16-23-50(A)(2)) 16-23-450 Placing loaded trap gun, spring gun, or like device 16-23-730 Manufacturing, possessing, transporting, distributing, using, aiding, counseling, or conspiring in the use of a hoax device or replica of a destructive device or detonator that causes a person to believe that the hoax device or replica is a destructive device or detonator 16-25-20(C) Domestic violence in the second degree 16-27-40 Penalty (Animal Fighting or Baiting Act)-Second offense 17-15-90(2) Wilful failure to appear before a court when released in connection with a charge for a misdemeanor 17-22-170 Unlawful retention or release of information regarding participation in intervention program 17-28-350 Willful and malicious destruction of physical evidence or biological material. Code Commissioner's Note The crime classification tables are added by the Code Commissioner pursuant to Section 2-13-66, and updated annually. (A) The following offenses are Class A misdemeanors and the maximum terms established for a Class A misdemeanor, not more than three years, as set forth in Section 16-1-20(A), apply: 4-11-130 Disbursing officers may not exceed or transfer appropriations 4-17-70 Wilful injury to courthouse or jail 5-21-30 Municipal officers prohibited from contracting with municipality 5-21-40 Officers required to account to municipality for interest collected on deposits 7-5-325 Fraudulent change of address by elector for registration for voting purposes 7-13-1920 Tampering with voting machine 7-25-10 False swearing in applying for registration (election laws) 7-25-70 Procuring or offering to procure votes by threats 7-25-110 Voting more than once at elections 7-25-120 Impersonating a voter 7-25-160 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct on the part of managers 7-25-170 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct by officers other than managers 8-11-30 Payment or receipt of salary not due to state officers or employees 9-1-1160(A) Collection of members contribution, failure to make payroll reports and remittances (State Retirement System) 10-11-315 Defacing, destroying or attempting to deface or destroy a monument or flag on the capitol grounds 10-11-320 Carrying or discharging a firearm on the capitol grounds or in the capitol building 10-11-360 Violation of article concerning offenses on capitol grounds and in capitol building 11-1-20 Failure to account for interest on deposit of public funds 11-1-40 Contracts in excess of tax or appropriation, diverting public funds 11-9-20 Disbursing officers exceeding or transferring appropriations 12-2-70 Neglect or misconduct of county auditor or treasurer (F) An operator of a refinery, terminal, or bulk plant failure to provide an automated shipping document to a driver of a fuel transportation vehicle receiving taxable motor fuel (B) Licensed importer failure to meet requirements regarding fuel which has not been dyed, nor tax paid or accrued by the supplier (C) Failure to meet requirements for exporting fuel (D) Operation of a motor vehicle with dyed fuel (D) Knowingly engaging or knowingly aiding and abetting another person to engage in a motor fuel business without a license (C) Fuel must meet ASTM standards (C) False statement on shipping paper regarding liability for user fees (C) Tampering with metering device (C) Truck drivers who violate certain shipping requirements for the second and subsequent times (B) Refusing to allow certain inspections for the purpose of evading the payment of taxes 12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(i) Concealing goods on which tax imposed with intent to evade assessment or collection 12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(ii) Wilful failure to pay over money received from third party to discharge payor's tax liability 16-3-600(A) Assault and battery in the second degree 16-3-730 Publishing name of victim of criminal sexual conduct unlawful 16-3-1050(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation 16-3-1050(H) Obstructing or impeding an investigation pursuant to Chapter 35 of Title 43 16-3-1720(A) Harassment in the first degree 16-3-1720(B) Harassment in the first degree when a restraining order is in effect 16-3-1910(O) Violation of a permanent restraining order, if the underlying conviction that was the basis for the permanent restraining order was a misdemeanor 16-3-1920(N) Violation of an emergency restraining order, if the underlying conviction that was the basis for the emergency restraining order was a misdemeanor 16-3-2080(F) Disclosing information about a trafficking victim or certain shelters or unlawfully entering the grounds of certain shelters 16-5-40 Duty of officers to execute warrants 16-5-50 Penalty for hindering officers or rescuing prisoners 16-7-160(1) Illegal use of stink bombs or other devices containing foul or offensive odors 16-7-170 Entering public buildings for purpose of destroying records or other property 16-11-30 Possession of master keys and nonowner key sets while engaged in crime 16-11-140 Burning of crops and other kinds of personal property 16-11-523 Obtaining nonferrous metals unlawfully resulting in disruption of communication or electrical service to critical infrastructure 16-11-560 Burning, cutting untenanted or unfinished buildings 16-11-570 Injury or destruction of building or crops by tenant 16-11-770(B)(3) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, third or subsequent offense 16-11-780 Entering certain lands to discover, uncover, move, remove, or attempt to remove an archaeological resource- second offense 16-11-920(A)(3) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a motion picture theatre with intent to record, third offense 16-13-10 Forgery that does not involve a dollar amount 16-13-131(C)(1) Larceny against a merchant by offering a fraudulent product code on merchandise - first offense 16-13-135(E)(1) Retail theft - first offense 16-13-150 Purse snatching (not grand larceny or robbery) 16-13-180(B)(2) Receiving stolen goods (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-380 Theft of electric current (second or subsequent offense) 16-13-385(B)(2) Tampering with a utility meter - second offense 16-13-385(C)(2) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - second offense 16-13-385(D)(2) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - second offense 16-13-470(B)(1) Defrauding a drug or alcohol screening test (first offense) 16-15-130 Indecent exposure 16-15-250 Communicating obscene messages (nontelephonic) 16-17-470(A) Eavesdropping or peeping 16-17-470(B)(1) Voyeurism (first offense) 16-17-490 Contributing to the delinquency of a minor 16-17-495(C) Returning a child under sixteen years of age within three days of a violation of a custody order or statute 16-17-505(3) Knowingly selling cigarettes in packages that violate federal law 16-17-650(A)(2) Engaging in cock fighting, game fowl or illegal game fowl testing, Second Offense 16-17-680 Presenting a falsified bill of sale for a coil to a secondary metals recycler 16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals for the purpose of recycling the nonferrous metals, third or subsequent offense 16-17-680(D)(3) Unlawful purchase of nonferrous metals 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, second offense 16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen nonferrous metal, third or subsequent offense 16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate weight of more than ten pounds, third or subsequent offense 16-17-735(D) Persons falsely asserting authority of law 16-17-770(A)(2) Impersonating a lawyer-Second offense 16-21-60(A) Use of vehicle without permission (intent to deprive) 16-23-470 Illegal possession of teargas gun or ammunition for teargas gun 16-23-530 Knowingly selling or providing a gun to an illegal alien 16-25-30(B) Ship, transport, receive, or possess a firearm or ammunition, if the person has been convicted of a violation of Section 16-25-20(C) or (D), related to domestic violence 16-25-125(E) Unlawful entry upon the grounds of a domestic violence shelter 17-7-510 Burying body without notice or inquiry 22-9-140 Penalty for failing to execute process of magistrate's court 23-1-20 Peace officers may not be employed on contingent basis 23-3-535(D)(2) Sex offender's failure to vacate a residence that is within one thousand feet of a school, daycare center, children's recreational facility, park, or public playground-Second offense 24-13-425(B) Unlawful removal, destruction, or circumventing of the operation of an electronic monitoring device 25-7-20 Obtaining or giving information respecting national or state defense 29-1-30 Wilful sale of property on which lien exists 35-1-508(a)(3) Violation of Title 35, Chapter 1 when an investor loses less than one thousand dollars, or if no losses are proven 35-11-725(C) Knowingly engaging in an activity for which a license is required by the South Carolina Anti-Money Laundering Act and receiving not more than $500 compensation within a 30- day period from this activity 37-13-50 Regulation of subleasing and loan assumption of a motor vehicle 38-7-140 Failure to pay money due or to supply information required 38-13-140 Refusal to exhibit records, false statements (Insurance) 38-25-330 Violations of Chapter 25, Unauthorized Transaction of Insurance Business 38-38-720(2) Making a false statement or representation regarding a fraternal benefit society if the amount of the economic benefit received is $1,000 or more (first offense) 38-43-190 Fraud regarding payment of insurance premium 38-55-80 Loans to directors or officers (Insurance) 38-55-150 Accepting premiums or assessments in insolvent company (Insurance) 38-55-160 Insuring uninsurable persons with intent to defraud 38-55-173(B)(1) Vehicle glass repairer offering or making certain payments of $1,000 or more 38-55-540(A)(2) Knowingly making false statement or misrepresentation resulting in economic advantage of between one and ten thousand dollars, first offense 38-59-50 Payment or settlement of benefits in merchandise or service prohibited (Insurance) 39-15-750 Destruction of brand or removal or transfer of timber (B)(1)(a)(ii) Transferring, distributing, selling, or otherwise disposing of an item having a counterfeit mark on it, with goods or services having a value of more than $2000 but less than $10,000; using any object, tool, machine, or other device to produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark 40-5-320 Practice of law by corporations and voluntary associations unlawful 40-5-350 Soliciting legal business unlawful 40-5-360 Splitting fees with laymen unlawful 40-54-80 Violations of chapter concerning dealers in precious metals-Third or subsequent offenses 43-5-40 Unlawful publication or other use of records 43-7-60 False claim, statement, or representation by a medical provider 43-7-70 False statement of representation on an application for public assistance 43-7-80(B) Provider required to keep separate accounts and records 43-33-40 Unlawful interference with rights of blind or other physically disabled person 43-35-85(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation 43-35-85(H) Obstructing an investigation pursuant to the Omnibus Adult Protection Act 44-31-360 Violation of article concerning tuberculosis prisoners and inmates of institutions 44-37-30 Offenses related to neonatal testing 44-41-36(A) Performing an abortion on an unemancipated minor 44-41-350 Performing an abortion without satisfying "A Woman's Right to Know" provision, third or subsequent offense 44-41-470 Physician intentionally or knowingly performing an illegal abortion 44-53-370(b)(3) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (Schedule IV drugs except for flunitrazepam) First offense 44-53-370(d)(3) Possession of cocaine, first offense 44-53-375(A) Possession of less than one gram of methamphetamine or cocaine base 44-53-398(H)(3) Purchasing a product containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine from any person other than a manufacturer or registered wholesale distributor, Second Offense 44-79-120 Violation of chapter concerning Physical Fitness Services Act 45-9-90 Equal enjoyment and privileges to public accommodations 46-17-460 Violation of chapter concerning agricultural commodities marketing 46-19-270 Displaying sign showing Department of Agriculture approval prior to approval 46-25-80 Violations of chapter concerning fertilizer law 46-41-30(1) Unlawful to engage in business as dealer without license, penalties for violation (agricultural products)-First offense 46-55-60 Manufacturing, distributing, dispensing, delivering, purchasing, etc., of marijuana on property used for industrial hemp production 47-3-630 Torturing, mutilating, injuring, disabling, poisoning, or killing a police dog or horse. Application of sentencing provisions to motor vehicle and drug selling violators. Misdemeanor: Definition, classification, designation. C, provides: "Wherever in the 1976 Code of Laws reference is made to the common law offense of assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, it means assault and battery with intent to kill, as contained in repealed Section 16-3-620, and, except for references in Section 16-1-60 and Section 17-25-45, wherever in the 1976 Code reference is made to assault and battery with intent to kill, it means attempted murder as defined in Section 16-3-29." Penalties for classes of felonies. HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 16-2; 1952 Code Section 16-2; 1942 Code Section 1937; 1932 Code Section 1937; Cr. S., second or subsequent offense 17-15-90(1) Wilful failure to appear before a court when released in connection with a charge for a felony or while awaiting sentencing 17-30-50(A) Interception of wire, electronic, or oral communications 17-30-55(A) Sending or manufacturing device for unlawful interception of wire, oral or electronic communications 20-4-60(B)(2) Possession firearm at time of criminal domestic violence 20-4-375(A) Making, presenting, filing, or attempting to file a false, fictitious, or fraudulent foreign protection order 23-3-470(B)(3) Failure of sex offender to register Third or subsequent offense 23-3-475(B)(3) Providing false information when registering as a sex offender Third or subsequent offense 23-3-510(2) Committing a felony by using information obtained from the sex offender registry 23-3-535(D)(3) Sex offender's failure to vacate a residence that is within one thousand feet of a school, daycare center, children's recreational facility, park, or public playground-Second offense 23-3-540(I) Sex offender failing to comply with reporting requirements 23-3-540(L) Sex offender removing or tampering with monitoring device 23-3-550 Assisting or harboring unregistered sex offender 23-3-650(C) Unlawful disclosure of DNA information from State DNA Database 23-31-160 False information or evidence on firearms license application (See Section 23-31-190) 23-31-190 Penalties, violation concerning regulation of pistols Unlawful for a person adjudicated as a mental defective or committed to a mental institution to ship, transport, possess, or receive a firearm or ammunition 23-36-170(a) Penalty (violation of South Carolina Explosives Control Act) First offense 23-50-50(B) Divulging privileged communication, protected information, or a protected identity with intent to obtain monetary gain or other benefit 24-1-270 Trespass or loitering on or refusal to leave state correctional properties 27-32-120(B) Violation of vacation time sharing plans Third or subsequent offense 32-7-100(A)(2) Preneed funeral contract violations (value between $2,000 and $ 10,000) 33-56-145(A) Defrauding a charity (second or subsequent offense) 33-56-145(B) Giving false information with respect to registering a charity (second or subsequent offense) 33-57-170(A) Person or organization that unlawfully conducts a nonprofit raffle-second or subsequent offense 33-57-170(B) Person or organization that violates a provision of Title 33, Chapter 57 with the intent to deceive or defraud an individual or nonprofit organization - second or subsequent offense 33-57-170(C) Person or organization that gives false or misleading information on a registration or report under Title 33, Chapter 57 34-3-110(B) Crimes against a federally chartered or insured financial institution 35-1-508(a)(2) Violation of Title 35, Chapter 1 when an investor loses less than twenty thousand dollars, but more than one thousand dollars 35-11-740(A)(1)(b)(i) Conducting or attempting to conduct financial transactions that involve the proceeds of an unlawful activity when the transactions exceed $300 but are less than $20,000 in a 12-month period 35-11-740(A)(2)(b)(i) Transporting, transmitting, or transferring or attempting to commit these activities with regard to funds across state or international boundaries unlawfully when the transactions exceed $300 but are less than $20,000 in a 12-month period 35-11-740(A)(3)(b)(i) Concealing or disguising the nature, location, source, ownership, or control of property believed to be the proceeds of unlawful activity; conducting or attempting to conduct financial transactions involving property represented by a law enforcement officer to be proceeds of unlawful activity, or property used to conduct or facilitate unlawful activity if the transactions exceed $20,000 in a 12-month period 36-9-410(C)(2) Unlawful disposal of personal property that is subject to a perfected security interest whose value is more than $2,000 but less than $10,000 36-9-501(c) Filing a false or fraudulent financing statement 38-9-150 Return of deposited securities (making false affidavit) 38-13-170 Making or aiding in making false statement (Insurance) 38-43-245 Licensed insurance producer fraudulently submitting application for insurance 38-55-170(2) Presenting false claim for payment (Insurance) (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 38-55-540(A)(3) Knowingly making false statement or misrepresentation resulting in economic advantage of between ten and fifty thousand dollars, first offense (B)(1)(a)(iii) Transferring, distributing, selling, or otherwise disposing of an item having a counterfeit mark on it, with goods or services having a value of $10000 or more but less than $50000; using any object, tool, machine, or other device to produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark (B)(1)(b)(i) Trafficking in counterfeit marks, First Offense 39-22-90(A)(1)-(4), (9) Prohibited acts. (D) if the subsequent offense was committed within two hundred seventy days of his release, two years shall be added to the sentence mandated by the subsequent conviction. A person who commits the common law offense of attempt, upon conviction, must be punished as for the principal offense. 16-8-20(B)(1) Demonstrating the use of a bomb (first offense) 16-8-240(A) Committing or threatening acts of violence with the intent to coerce, induce, or solicit another person to participate in gang activity, second offense 16-9-10(B)(1) Perjury and subordination of perjury 16-9-30 False swearing before persons authorized to administer oaths 16-9-210 Giving or offering bribes to officers 16-9-230 Acceptance of rebates or extra compensation 16-9-260 Corrupting jurors, arbitrators, umpires, or referees 16-9-270 Acceptance of bribes by jurors, arbitrators, umpires, or referees 16-9-460 Movement and harboring intended to further illegal entry or detection 16-11-20 Making, mending or possessing tools or other implements capable of being used in crime 16-11-125 Making false claim or statement in support of claim to obtain insurance benefits for fire or explosion loss 16-11-130 Burning personal property to defraud insurer 16-11-150 Burning lands of another without consent Second and subsequent offense 16-11-170 Wilfully burning lands of another 16-11-190 Wilfully and maliciously attempts to burn 16-11-313(B) Burglary-third degree First offense 16-11-510(B)(2) Malicious injury to animals and personal property (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-11-520(B)(2) Malicious injury to real property (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-11-523(C)(2) Injuring real property while illegally obtaining nonferrous metals where the value of the injury is greater than $2,000 but less than $10,000 16-11-617 Unlawful to cultivate or attempt to cultivate marijuana on land of another 16-11-725(B)(2) Rummaging through or stealing another person's household garbage 16-11-780 Entering certain lands to discover, uncover, move, remove, or attempt to remove an archaeological resource-Third or subsequent offense 16-11-910 and 16-11-915 Transfer of recorded sounds for unauthorized use or sale 16-11-930 Illegal distribution of recording without name and address of manufacturer and designation of featured artist (See Sections 16-11-920(B) and 16-11-940) 16-13-10(B)(1) Forgery (value more than $10,000) 16-13-30(B)(2) Grand larceny (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-40(2) Stealing of bonds and the like (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-50(A)(2) Stealing livestock, confiscation of motor vehicle or other chattel (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-70(B)(2) Stealing of vessels and equipment-payment of damages (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-110(B)(2) Shoplifting (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-160 Breaking into motor vehicles or tanks, pumps, and other containers where fuel or lubricants are stored 16-13-165(B)(1)(b) Knowingly and intentionally importing, manufacturing, or selling counterfeit nonconforming airbags-2nd or subsequent offense 16-13-165(B)(2)(a) Knowingly and intentionally importing, manufacturing, or selling counterfeit nonconforming airbags-1st offense 16-13-165(B)(3)(a) Knowingly or intentionally selling, leasing, trading, or transferring motor vehicle containing counterfeit or nonfunctional airbag-1st offense 16-13-210(B)(2) Embezzlement of less than $10,000 in public funds 16-13-230(B)(2) Breach of trust with fraudulent intent (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-240(2) Obtaining signature or property by false pretenses (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-260(2) Obtaining property under false tokens or letters (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-385(B)(3) Tampering with a utility meter - third or subsequent offense 16-13-385(C)(3) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - third or subsequent offense 16-13-385(D)(3) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - third or subsequent offense 16-13-420(B)(2) Failure to return rented objects, fraudulent appropriation (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-430(C)(2) Fraudulent acquisition or use of food stamps (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-440(B)(2) Obtaining a refund with a fraudulent driver's license or identity card when the value is two thousand dollars or more 16-13-470(B)(2) Defrauding a drug or alcohol screening test (second or subsequent offense) 16-13-480 Providing false picture identifications for use by unlawful aliens 16-13-510(E) Financial identity fraud and identity fraud 16-13-512(C)(2) Unlawfully printing information on credit and debit card receipts 16-13-525(D) Display or possession of a false identification or document for the purpose of proving lawful presence-Second and subsequent offense 16-14-20 Financial transaction card theft 16-14-40 Financial transaction card forgery 16-14-60(a) Financial transaction card fraud-value of things of value exceeds five hundred dollars in a six-month period 16-14-60(g) Financial transaction card fraud 16-14-70 Criminal possession of financial transaction card forgery devices 16-14-80(B)(2) Criminally receiving goods and services fraudulently obtained with financial transaction card (value over $1,000) 16-14-100 Financial Transaction Card Crime Act violation 16-15-10 Bigamy 16-15-120 Buggery 16-15-305(A) Unlawfully disseminating, processing, or promoting obscenity 16-15-425(C) Participation in the prostitution of a minor 16-16-20(2) Computer crime-First degree 16-17-410 Conspiracy 16-17-470(B)(2) Voyeurism (second or subsequent offense) 16-17-495(B) Transporting a child under sixteen years of age with the purpose of concealing the child or avoiding a custody order or statute 16-17-600(C) Destruction or desecration of human remains or repositories-destroys, tears down, injures fencing, trees, flowers, or shrubs around a repository of human remains 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, third or subsequent offense 16-17-722(B) Knowingly file a false police report regarding a felony 16-17-770(A)(3) Impersonating a lawyer-Third or subsequent offense 16-21-10 Altering, forging, or counterfeiting certificate of title, registration card, or license plate, misrepresentation or concealment in application 16-21-40(A)(2), (A)(4) Removing or falsifying identification number of vehicle or engine and buying, receiving, or selling such vehicle or engine 16-21-80(2) Receiving, possessing, concealing, selling, or disposing of stolen vehicle (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-23-30 Sale or delivery of pistol to and possession by certain persons unlawful, stolen pistols (See Section 16-23-50) 16-23-50(A)(1) Handguns 16-23-410 Pointing firearms at a person 16-23-415 Taking a firearm, stun gun, or taser device from a law enforcement officer 16-23-420 Carrying or displaying firearms in public buildings or adjacent areas 16-23-430 Carrying weapons on school property 16-23-480 Manufacture or possession of article designed to cause damage by fire or other means 16-23-490 Possession of firearm or knife during commission or attempt to commit violent crime 16-23-500(B) Possession of a firearm or ammunition by a person convicted of a violent crime 16-23-520 Use, transportation, manufacture, possession, purchase, or sale of teflon-coated ammunition 16-23-740 Hindering certain individuals or devices during the detection, disarming, or destruction of a destructive device 16-25-20(B)(3) Criminal domestic violence-Third offense 16-25-20 Commission of criminal domestic violence-Third or subsequent offense 16-25-30(B) Ship, transport, receive, or possess a firearm or ammunition, if the person has been convicted of particular domestic violence offenses 16-25-125(E) Unlawful entry upon the grounds of a domestic violence shelter while possessing a dangerous weapon 16-27-30 Animal fighting or baiting 16-27-40 Presence at facility where animal fighting or baiting is taking place Third and subsequent offenses 17-13-170 False, fictitious, fraudulent, or counterfeit picture identification for purpose of offering proof of lawful presence in the U. 56-11-250 Failure of a motor carrier to apply for a registration card and identification marker 56-17-10 Failure to purchase a license, keep records, supply information when required by law 56-19-240 Application for certificate, form, and contents (vehicle title) 56-19-480 Transfer and surrender of certificates, license plates, registration cards, and manufacturers serial plates of vehicles sold as salvage, abandoned, scrapped, or destroyed-Second and subsequent offenses 56-31-50(C) Rental company making a false report regarding certain personal property taxes 56-31-50(D) Misrepresentation of the amount of personal property taxes on a private passenger motor vehicle or rental vehicle paid or the amount of surcharges collected 57-25-145(C) Placing an outdoor sign advertising an adult or sexually-oriented business within one mile of a public highway 58-3-280 Restriction on employment of former commissioners by public utility 58-4-130 Restriction on outside employment of executive director 58-7-60(C)(1) Unlawful appropriation of gas that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or the risk of great bodily injury or death - first offense 58-7-60(E)(1) Aiding, abetting, or assisting another person in withdrawing and appropriating gas - first offense 58-7-70 Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas meters - first offense 58-7-70(C)(1) Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas meters for profit - first offense 58-7-70(D)(1) Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas meters for profit when violation results in property damage greater than $5,000 or in risk of great bodily injury or death - first offense 58-15-875(D)(1) Unlawful conduct relating to railroad track material for recycling, first offense Violation by Railroads of Interstate Commerce Act Criminal penalty on individuals for violation of transportation of freight Injury due to negligence or carelessness of general railroad law Injury due to wilful violation of general railroad law 58-23-920 Insurance required of owners of motor vehicles transporting goods for hire-First offense 59-5-130 Members shall not contract with State Board of Education 59-69-260 Officials shall not acquire interest in claims or contracts (school funds) 61-2-240 Interference with an officer or use of abusive language by an officer or another person 61-4-1530 Operation of brewery or winery without permit 61-6-4010(B)(2) Unlawful manufacture, possession or sale of alcoholic liquors-Second offense 61-6-4025(b) Possession of unlawfully acquired or manufactured alcoholic liquors in a vehicle, vessel, or aircraft-Second offense 61-6-4030(b) Transportation of alcoholic liquors in a taxi or other vehicle for hire-Second offense 61-6-4040(b) Rendering aid in unlawful transportation of alcoholic liquor-Second offense 61-6-4060(B)(2) Unlawful storage of alcoholic liquor in a place of business-Second offense 61-6-4100(b) Manufacture, sale, or possession of unlawful distillery-Second offense 61-6-4110(b) Knowingly permitting or allowing a person to locate an unlawful distillery on a premise-Second offense 61-6-4120(b) Unlawful manufacture, transport, or possession of materials used in the manufacture of alcoholic liquors-Second offense 61-6-4130(b) Present at a place where alcoholic liquors are unlawfully manufactured-Second offense 61-6-4150(b) Unlawful sale of alcoholic liquor from a vehicle, vessel, or aircraft-Second offense 61-6-4160(b) Unlawful sale of alcoholic liquors on Sundays, election days, and other days-Second offense 61-6-4170(B)(2) Advertisement of alcoholic liquors from billboard-Second offense 61-6-4200 Unlawful disposal, rescue, or attempted disposal or rescue of alcoholic liquors 61-8-50 Violation of a restraining order against unlawful sale, barter, exchange, storage, or possession of alcoholic liquors 62-2-901 Destruction of or failure to deliver a will to a Judge of Probate 63-3-620 Contempt of court 63-5-20 Failure to provide reasonable support to a spouse or minor child 63-7-940 Dissemination of classified information 63-7-1990(A) Dissemination of confidential reports 63-11-90 Violations of Article 1, Child Welfare Agencies Disclosure of confidential records 63-13-40(B) Unlawful application for employment by an ex-convict 63-13-185(F) Unlawful administration of medicine to a child by childcare facility personnel 63-13-190(C) Unlawful application for employment by ex-convict 63-13-420(F) Application for operator license for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-430(E) Renewal application for operator license for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-620(E), (F) Application for statement of standard conformity or approval for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-630(E), (G) Renewal application for statement of standard conformity or approval for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-820(E), (F) Application for registration for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-830(C), (D) Renewal application for registration for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes (D) Application for license or registration of church and religious centers for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes Unlawful release of information HISTORY: 1993 Act No. A felony or misdemeanor provided by statute or in common law which is not assigned a classification pursuant to Section 16-1-90 or 16-1-100 must be punished as provided before enactment of the classification system. (C) if the subsequent offense was committed within one hundred eighty days of his release, three years shall be added to the sentence mandated by the subsequent conviction. 106, Section 1, provides as follows: "This act may be cited as 'Mary Lynn's Law'." 2010 Act No.

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47-3-760(B)(1) Penalty for owner of dangerous animal which attacks and injures a human-First offense 47-3-960 Injuring, disabling or killing guide dog 47-17-100(A) Violation of a Meat and Meat Food Regulations Inspection Law, with intent to defraud 47-19-120(C)(1) Interference with person performing official duties under chapter on poultry inspection 47-21-80(A) Penalty for violation of Farm Animal and Research Facilities Protection Act 47-21-250(A) Penalty for crop operation violations 48-27-250 Violation of chapter concerning registration of foresters 48-49-60(a) Violations of chapter concerning SC Mountain Ridge Protection Act 50-1-85(4) Negligent use of firearms or archery tackle when death results. in volume) 16-11-730 Malicious injury to or interference with microwave, radio, or television facilities; unauthorized use of such facilities 16-11-750 Unlawful injury or interference with electric lines 16-11-770(B)(2) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, second offense 16-11-820 Theft of cable television service unlawful use without payment (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offense 16-11-825 Theft of cable television, unauthorized connection or use of device to cable television system (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-830 Theft of cable television service, aid, abet, or attempt (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-835 Advertisement or sale of instrument designed to avoid payment for cable services (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-840 Unauthorized device to decode or descramble cable television signal (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-845 Use, sale, or installation of a converter or similar device for unauthorized reception of cable signals (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-855 Violation of Article 8, Theft of Cable Television Service 16-11-910 Transfer of recorded sounds for unauthorized use or sale (See Section 16-11-920(E)) 16-11-915 Unauthorized sale of article containing live performances (See Section 16-11-920(E)) 16-11-920(A)(1) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a motion picture theatre with intent to record, first offense 16-11-930 Illegal distribution of recordings without name and address of manufacturer and designation of feature artist (See Section 16-11-940(D)) 16-13-15 Falsifying or altering transcript or diploma, fraudulent use of falsified or altered transcript or diploma penalty 16-13-65 Stealing aquaculture products or damaging aquaculture facilities - First and second offense 16-13-165(B)(1)(a) Knowingly and intentionally installing or reinstalling a counterfeit or nonfunctional airbag-1st offense 16-13-300 Fraudulent removal or secreting of personal property attached or levied on 16-13-385(C)(1) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - first offense 16-13-385(D)(1) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - first offense 16-13-400 Avoiding or attempting to avoid payment of telecommunications 16-13-410(1) Making or possessing device, plans or instruction which can be used to violate Section 16-3-400 16-14-60 Financial transaction card fraud 16-14-60(a) Financial transaction card fraud-value of things of value does not exceed five hundred dollars in any six-month period 16-14-60(a)(2)(d) Financial transaction card fraud-using financial transaction card to exceed certain balances or authorized lines of credit 16-14-60(b) Financial transaction card fraud by a person authorized to furnish anything of value upon presentation of a financial transaction card if the value does not exceed five hundred dollars in a six-month period 16-14-60(c) Financial transaction card fraud-filing of false application to an issuer of a financial transaction card 16-14-60(d) Financial transaction card fraud-filing of false notice or report of theft 16-14-80 Criminally receiving goods and services fraudulently obtained 16-15-50 Seduction under promise of marriage 16-15-60 Adultery or fornication 16-15-90 Prostitution (See Section 16-15-110(3))-Third or subsequent offenses 16-15-100 Prostitution; further acts (See Section 16-15-110(3))-Third or subsequent offenses 16-15-315 Condition on certain sales for resale or on franchising rights that obscene material be received for resale prohibited 16-15-325 Participation in preparation of obscene material prohibited 16-16-20(3)(c) Computer crime-second degree-First offense 16-17-310 Imitation of organizations' names, emblems, and the like 16-17-500(3) Providing tobacco products to a minor 16-17-520 Disturbance of religious worship 16-17-540 Bribery with respect to agents, servants, or employees 16-17-650(A)(1) Engaging in cockfighting, game fowl or illegal game fowl fighting testing, First Offense 16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals for the purpose of recycling the nonferrous metals, second offense 16-17-680(D)(2) Unlawful purchase or transportation of nonferrous metals, second offense 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, first offense 16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen nonferrous metal, second offense 16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate weight of more than ten pounds, second offense 16-17-700 Tattooing 16-17-720 Impersonating law enforcement officer 16-17-735 Impersonation of state or local official or employee or law enforcement officer or asserting authority of state law in connection with a sham legal process 16-17-760 Falsely representing oneself as being the recipient of certain military awards 16-17-770(A)(1) Impersonating a lawyer-First offense 16-19-10 Setting up lotteries 16-19-40 Unlawful games and betting 16-21-60(B) Use of vehicle without permission (Temporary purpose only) 16-21-70 Use of bicycle or other vehicle without permission, but without intent to steal 16-23-20 Unlawful carrying of pistol (See Section 16-23-50(A)(2)) 16-23-450 Placing loaded trap gun, spring gun, or like device 16-23-730 Manufacturing, possessing, transporting, distributing, using, aiding, counseling, or conspiring in the use of a hoax device or replica of a destructive device or detonator that causes a person to believe that the hoax device or replica is a destructive device or detonator 16-25-20(C) Domestic violence in the second degree 16-27-40 Penalty (Animal Fighting or Baiting Act)-Second offense 17-15-90(2) Wilful failure to appear before a court when released in connection with a charge for a misdemeanor 17-22-170 Unlawful retention or release of information regarding participation in intervention program 17-28-350 Willful and malicious destruction of physical evidence or biological material.

Code Commissioner's Note The crime classification tables are added by the Code Commissioner pursuant to Section 2-13-66, and updated annually. (A) The following offenses are Class A misdemeanors and the maximum terms established for a Class A misdemeanor, not more than three years, as set forth in Section 16-1-20(A), apply: 4-11-130 Disbursing officers may not exceed or transfer appropriations 4-17-70 Wilful injury to courthouse or jail 5-21-30 Municipal officers prohibited from contracting with municipality 5-21-40 Officers required to account to municipality for interest collected on deposits 7-5-325 Fraudulent change of address by elector for registration for voting purposes 7-13-1920 Tampering with voting machine 7-25-10 False swearing in applying for registration (election laws) 7-25-70 Procuring or offering to procure votes by threats 7-25-110 Voting more than once at elections 7-25-120 Impersonating a voter 7-25-160 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct on the part of managers 7-25-170 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct by officers other than managers 8-11-30 Payment or receipt of salary not due to state officers or employees 9-1-1160(A) Collection of members contribution, failure to make payroll reports and remittances (State Retirement System) 10-11-315 Defacing, destroying or attempting to deface or destroy a monument or flag on the capitol grounds 10-11-320 Carrying or discharging a firearm on the capitol grounds or in the capitol building 10-11-360 Violation of article concerning offenses on capitol grounds and in capitol building 11-1-20 Failure to account for interest on deposit of public funds 11-1-40 Contracts in excess of tax or appropriation, diverting public funds 11-9-20 Disbursing officers exceeding or transferring appropriations 12-2-70 Neglect or misconduct of county auditor or treasurer (F) An operator of a refinery, terminal, or bulk plant failure to provide an automated shipping document to a driver of a fuel transportation vehicle receiving taxable motor fuel (B) Licensed importer failure to meet requirements regarding fuel which has not been dyed, nor tax paid or accrued by the supplier (C) Failure to meet requirements for exporting fuel (D) Operation of a motor vehicle with dyed fuel (D) Knowingly engaging or knowingly aiding and abetting another person to engage in a motor fuel business without a license (C) Fuel must meet ASTM standards (C) False statement on shipping paper regarding liability for user fees (C) Tampering with metering device (C) Truck drivers who violate certain shipping requirements for the second and subsequent times (B) Refusing to allow certain inspections for the purpose of evading the payment of taxes 12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(i) Concealing goods on which tax imposed with intent to evade assessment or collection 12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(ii) Wilful failure to pay over money received from third party to discharge payor's tax liability 16-3-600(A) Assault and battery in the second degree 16-3-730 Publishing name of victim of criminal sexual conduct unlawful 16-3-1050(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation 16-3-1050(H) Obstructing or impeding an investigation pursuant to Chapter 35 of Title 43 16-3-1720(A) Harassment in the first degree 16-3-1720(B) Harassment in the first degree when a restraining order is in effect 16-3-1910(O) Violation of a permanent restraining order, if the underlying conviction that was the basis for the permanent restraining order was a misdemeanor 16-3-1920(N) Violation of an emergency restraining order, if the underlying conviction that was the basis for the emergency restraining order was a misdemeanor 16-3-2080(F) Disclosing information about a trafficking victim or certain shelters or unlawfully entering the grounds of certain shelters 16-5-40 Duty of officers to execute warrants 16-5-50 Penalty for hindering officers or rescuing prisoners 16-7-160(1) Illegal use of stink bombs or other devices containing foul or offensive odors 16-7-170 Entering public buildings for purpose of destroying records or other property 16-11-30 Possession of master keys and nonowner key sets while engaged in crime 16-11-140 Burning of crops and other kinds of personal property 16-11-523 Obtaining nonferrous metals unlawfully resulting in disruption of communication or electrical service to critical infrastructure 16-11-560 Burning, cutting untenanted or unfinished buildings 16-11-570 Injury or destruction of building or crops by tenant 16-11-770(B)(3) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, third or subsequent offense 16-11-780 Entering certain lands to discover, uncover, move, remove, or attempt to remove an archaeological resource- second offense 16-11-920(A)(3) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a motion picture theatre with intent to record, third offense 16-13-10 Forgery that does not involve a dollar amount 16-13-131(C)(1) Larceny against a merchant by offering a fraudulent product code on merchandise - first offense 16-13-135(E)(1) Retail theft - first offense 16-13-150 Purse snatching (not grand larceny or robbery) 16-13-180(B)(2) Receiving stolen goods (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-380 Theft of electric current (second or subsequent offense) 16-13-385(B)(2) Tampering with a utility meter - second offense 16-13-385(C)(2) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - second offense 16-13-385(D)(2) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - second offense 16-13-470(B)(1) Defrauding a drug or alcohol screening test (first offense) 16-15-130 Indecent exposure 16-15-250 Communicating obscene messages (nontelephonic) 16-17-470(A) Eavesdropping or peeping 16-17-470(B)(1) Voyeurism (first offense) 16-17-490 Contributing to the delinquency of a minor 16-17-495(C) Returning a child under sixteen years of age within three days of a violation of a custody order or statute 16-17-505(3) Knowingly selling cigarettes in packages that violate federal law 16-17-650(A)(2) Engaging in cock fighting, game fowl or illegal game fowl testing, Second Offense 16-17-680 Presenting a falsified bill of sale for a coil to a secondary metals recycler 16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals for the purpose of recycling the nonferrous metals, third or subsequent offense 16-17-680(D)(3) Unlawful purchase of nonferrous metals 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, second offense 16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen nonferrous metal, third or subsequent offense 16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate weight of more than ten pounds, third or subsequent offense 16-17-735(D) Persons falsely asserting authority of law 16-17-770(A)(2) Impersonating a lawyer-Second offense 16-21-60(A) Use of vehicle without permission (intent to deprive) 16-23-470 Illegal possession of teargas gun or ammunition for teargas gun 16-23-530 Knowingly selling or providing a gun to an illegal alien 16-25-30(B) Ship, transport, receive, or possess a firearm or ammunition, if the person has been convicted of a violation of Section 16-25-20(C) or (D), related to domestic violence 16-25-125(E) Unlawful entry upon the grounds of a domestic violence shelter 17-7-510 Burying body without notice or inquiry 22-9-140 Penalty for failing to execute process of magistrate's court 23-1-20 Peace officers may not be employed on contingent basis 23-3-535(D)(2) Sex offender's failure to vacate a residence that is within one thousand feet of a school, daycare center, children's recreational facility, park, or public playground-Second offense 24-13-425(B) Unlawful removal, destruction, or circumventing of the operation of an electronic monitoring device 25-7-20 Obtaining or giving information respecting national or state defense 29-1-30 Wilful sale of property on which lien exists 35-1-508(a)(3) Violation of Title 35, Chapter 1 when an investor loses less than one thousand dollars, or if no losses are proven 35-11-725(C) Knowingly engaging in an activity for which a license is required by the South Carolina Anti-Money Laundering Act and receiving not more than $500 compensation within a 30- day period from this activity 37-13-50 Regulation of subleasing and loan assumption of a motor vehicle 38-7-140 Failure to pay money due or to supply information required 38-13-140 Refusal to exhibit records, false statements (Insurance) 38-25-330 Violations of Chapter 25, Unauthorized Transaction of Insurance Business 38-38-720(2) Making a false statement or representation regarding a fraternal benefit society if the amount of the economic benefit received is $1,000 or more (first offense) 38-43-190 Fraud regarding payment of insurance premium 38-55-80 Loans to directors or officers (Insurance) 38-55-150 Accepting premiums or assessments in insolvent company (Insurance) 38-55-160 Insuring uninsurable persons with intent to defraud 38-55-173(B)(1) Vehicle glass repairer offering or making certain payments of $1,000 or more 38-55-540(A)(2) Knowingly making false statement or misrepresentation resulting in economic advantage of between one and ten thousand dollars, first offense 38-59-50 Payment or settlement of benefits in merchandise or service prohibited (Insurance) 39-15-750 Destruction of brand or removal or transfer of timber (B)(1)(a)(ii) Transferring, distributing, selling, or otherwise disposing of an item having a counterfeit mark on it, with goods or services having a value of more than $2000 but less than $10,000; using any object, tool, machine, or other device to produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark 40-5-320 Practice of law by corporations and voluntary associations unlawful 40-5-350 Soliciting legal business unlawful 40-5-360 Splitting fees with laymen unlawful 40-54-80 Violations of chapter concerning dealers in precious metals-Third or subsequent offenses 43-5-40 Unlawful publication or other use of records 43-7-60 False claim, statement, or representation by a medical provider 43-7-70 False statement of representation on an application for public assistance 43-7-80(B) Provider required to keep separate accounts and records 43-33-40 Unlawful interference with rights of blind or other physically disabled person 43-35-85(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation 43-35-85(H) Obstructing an investigation pursuant to the Omnibus Adult Protection Act 44-31-360 Violation of article concerning tuberculosis prisoners and inmates of institutions 44-37-30 Offenses related to neonatal testing 44-41-36(A) Performing an abortion on an unemancipated minor 44-41-350 Performing an abortion without satisfying "A Woman's Right to Know" provision, third or subsequent offense 44-41-470 Physician intentionally or knowingly performing an illegal abortion 44-53-370(b)(3) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (Schedule IV drugs except for flunitrazepam) First offense 44-53-370(d)(3) Possession of cocaine, first offense 44-53-375(A) Possession of less than one gram of methamphetamine or cocaine base 44-53-398(H)(3) Purchasing a product containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine from any person other than a manufacturer or registered wholesale distributor, Second Offense 44-79-120 Violation of chapter concerning Physical Fitness Services Act 45-9-90 Equal enjoyment and privileges to public accommodations 46-17-460 Violation of chapter concerning agricultural commodities marketing 46-19-270 Displaying sign showing Department of Agriculture approval prior to approval 46-25-80 Violations of chapter concerning fertilizer law 46-41-30(1) Unlawful to engage in business as dealer without license, penalties for violation (agricultural products)-First offense 46-55-60 Manufacturing, distributing, dispensing, delivering, purchasing, etc., of marijuana on property used for industrial hemp production 47-3-630 Torturing, mutilating, injuring, disabling, poisoning, or killing a police dog or horse.

,000 or more 38-55-540(A)(2) Knowingly making false statement or misrepresentation resulting in economic advantage of between one and ten thousand dollars, first offense 38-59-50 Payment or settlement of benefits in merchandise or service prohibited (Insurance) 39-15-750 Destruction of brand or removal or transfer of timber (B)(1)(a)(ii) Transferring, distributing, selling, or otherwise disposing of an item having a counterfeit mark on it, with goods or services having a value of more than 00 but less than ,000; using any object, tool, machine, or other device to produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark 40-5-320 Practice of law by corporations and voluntary associations unlawful 40-5-350 Soliciting legal business unlawful 40-5-360 Splitting fees with laymen unlawful 40-54-80 Violations of chapter concerning dealers in precious metals-Third or subsequent offenses 43-5-40 Unlawful publication or other use of records 43-7-60 False claim, statement, or representation by a medical provider 43-7-70 False statement of representation on an application for public assistance 43-7-80(B) Provider required to keep separate accounts and records 43-33-40 Unlawful interference with rights of blind or other physically disabled person 43-35-85(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation 43-35-85(H) Obstructing an investigation pursuant to the Omnibus Adult Protection Act 44-31-360 Violation of article concerning tuberculosis prisoners and inmates of institutions 44-37-30 Offenses related to neonatal testing 44-41-36(A) Performing an abortion on an unemancipated minor 44-41-350 Performing an abortion without satisfying "A Woman's Right to Know" provision, third or subsequent offense 44-41-470 Physician intentionally or knowingly performing an illegal abortion 44-53-370(b)(3) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (Schedule IV drugs except for flunitrazepam) First offense 44-53-370(d)(3) Possession of cocaine, first offense 44-53-375(A) Possession of less than one gram of methamphetamine or cocaine base 44-53-398(H)(3) Purchasing a product containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine from any person other than a manufacturer or registered wholesale distributor, Second Offense 44-79-120 Violation of chapter concerning Physical Fitness Services Act 45-9-90 Equal enjoyment and privileges to public accommodations 46-17-460 Violation of chapter concerning agricultural commodities marketing 46-19-270 Displaying sign showing Department of Agriculture approval prior to approval 46-25-80 Violations of chapter concerning fertilizer law 46-41-30(1) Unlawful to engage in business as dealer without license, penalties for violation (agricultural products)-First offense 46-55-60 Manufacturing, distributing, dispensing, delivering, purchasing, etc., of marijuana on property used for industrial hemp production 47-3-630 Torturing, mutilating, injuring, disabling, poisoning, or killing a police dog or horse. Application of sentencing provisions to motor vehicle and drug selling violators. Misdemeanor: Definition, classification, designation. C, provides: "Wherever in the 1976 Code of Laws reference is made to the common law offense of assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, it means assault and battery with intent to kill, as contained in repealed Section 16-3-620, and, except for references in Section 16-1-60 and Section 17-25-45, wherever in the 1976 Code reference is made to assault and battery with intent to kill, it means attempted murder as defined in Section 16-3-29." Penalties for classes of felonies. HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 16-2; 1952 Code Section 16-2; 1942 Code Section 1937; 1932 Code Section 1937; Cr. S., second or subsequent offense 17-15-90(1) Wilful failure to appear before a court when released in connection with a charge for a felony or while awaiting sentencing 17-30-50(A) Interception of wire, electronic, or oral communications 17-30-55(A) Sending or manufacturing device for unlawful interception of wire, oral or electronic communications 20-4-60(B)(2) Possession firearm at time of criminal domestic violence 20-4-375(A) Making, presenting, filing, or attempting to file a false, fictitious, or fraudulent foreign protection order 23-3-470(B)(3) Failure of sex offender to register Third or subsequent offense 23-3-475(B)(3) Providing false information when registering as a sex offender Third or subsequent offense 23-3-510(2) Committing a felony by using information obtained from the sex offender registry 23-3-535(D)(3) Sex offender's failure to vacate a residence that is within one thousand feet of a school, daycare center, children's recreational facility, park, or public playground-Second offense 23-3-540(I) Sex offender failing to comply with reporting requirements 23-3-540(L) Sex offender removing or tampering with monitoring device 23-3-550 Assisting or harboring unregistered sex offender 23-3-650(C) Unlawful disclosure of DNA information from State DNA Database 23-31-160 False information or evidence on firearms license application (See Section 23-31-190) 23-31-190 Penalties, violation concerning regulation of pistols Unlawful for a person adjudicated as a mental defective or committed to a mental institution to ship, transport, possess, or receive a firearm or ammunition 23-36-170(a) Penalty (violation of South Carolina Explosives Control Act) First offense 23-50-50(B) Divulging privileged communication, protected information, or a protected identity with intent to obtain monetary gain or other benefit 24-1-270 Trespass or loitering on or refusal to leave state correctional properties 27-32-120(B) Violation of vacation time sharing plans Third or subsequent offense 32-7-100(A)(2) Preneed funeral contract violations (value between ,000 and $ 10,000) 33-56-145(A) Defrauding a charity (second or subsequent offense) 33-56-145(B) Giving false information with respect to registering a charity (second or subsequent offense) 33-57-170(A) Person or organization that unlawfully conducts a nonprofit raffle-second or subsequent offense 33-57-170(B) Person or organization that violates a provision of Title 33, Chapter 57 with the intent to deceive or defraud an individual or nonprofit organization - second or subsequent offense 33-57-170(C) Person or organization that gives false or misleading information on a registration or report under Title 33, Chapter 57 34-3-110(B) Crimes against a federally chartered or insured financial institution 35-1-508(a)(2) Violation of Title 35, Chapter 1 when an investor loses less than twenty thousand dollars, but more than one thousand dollars 35-11-740(A)(1)(b)(i) Conducting or attempting to conduct financial transactions that involve the proceeds of an unlawful activity when the transactions exceed 0 but are less than ,000 in a 12-month period 35-11-740(A)(2)(b)(i) Transporting, transmitting, or transferring or attempting to commit these activities with regard to funds across state or international boundaries unlawfully when the transactions exceed 0 but are less than ,000 in a 12-month period 35-11-740(A)(3)(b)(i) Concealing or disguising the nature, location, source, ownership, or control of property believed to be the proceeds of unlawful activity; conducting or attempting to conduct financial transactions involving property represented by a law enforcement officer to be proceeds of unlawful activity, or property used to conduct or facilitate unlawful activity if the transactions exceed ,000 in a 12-month period 36-9-410(C)(2) Unlawful disposal of personal property that is subject to a perfected security interest whose value is more than ,000 but less than ,000 36-9-501(c) Filing a false or fraudulent financing statement 38-9-150 Return of deposited securities (making false affidavit) 38-13-170 Making or aiding in making false statement (Insurance) 38-43-245 Licensed insurance producer fraudulently submitting application for insurance 38-55-170(2) Presenting false claim for payment (Insurance) (value over ,000 up to ,000) 38-55-540(A)(3) Knowingly making false statement or misrepresentation resulting in economic advantage of between ten and fifty thousand dollars, first offense (B)(1)(a)(iii) Transferring, distributing, selling, or otherwise disposing of an item having a counterfeit mark on it, with goods or services having a value of 000 or more but less than 000; using any object, tool, machine, or other device to produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark (B)(1)(b)(i) Trafficking in counterfeit marks, First Offense 39-22-90(A)(1)-(4), (9) Prohibited acts. (D) if the subsequent offense was committed within two hundred seventy days of his release, two years shall be added to the sentence mandated by the subsequent conviction. A person who commits the common law offense of attempt, upon conviction, must be punished as for the principal offense. 16-8-20(B)(1) Demonstrating the use of a bomb (first offense) 16-8-240(A) Committing or threatening acts of violence with the intent to coerce, induce, or solicit another person to participate in gang activity, second offense 16-9-10(B)(1) Perjury and subordination of perjury 16-9-30 False swearing before persons authorized to administer oaths 16-9-210 Giving or offering bribes to officers 16-9-230 Acceptance of rebates or extra compensation 16-9-260 Corrupting jurors, arbitrators, umpires, or referees 16-9-270 Acceptance of bribes by jurors, arbitrators, umpires, or referees 16-9-460 Movement and harboring intended to further illegal entry or detection 16-11-20 Making, mending or possessing tools or other implements capable of being used in crime 16-11-125 Making false claim or statement in support of claim to obtain insurance benefits for fire or explosion loss 16-11-130 Burning personal property to defraud insurer 16-11-150 Burning lands of another without consent Second and subsequent offense 16-11-170 Wilfully burning lands of another 16-11-190 Wilfully and maliciously attempts to burn 16-11-313(B) Burglary-third degree First offense 16-11-510(B)(2) Malicious injury to animals and personal property (value over ,000 up to ,000) 16-11-520(B)(2) Malicious injury to real property (value over ,000 up to ,000) 16-11-523(C)(2) Injuring real property while illegally obtaining nonferrous metals where the value of the injury is greater than ,000 but less than ,000 16-11-617 Unlawful to cultivate or attempt to cultivate marijuana on land of another 16-11-725(B)(2) Rummaging through or stealing another person's household garbage 16-11-780 Entering certain lands to discover, uncover, move, remove, or attempt to remove an archaeological resource-Third or subsequent offense 16-11-910 and 16-11-915 Transfer of recorded sounds for unauthorized use or sale 16-11-930 Illegal distribution of recording without name and address of manufacturer and designation of featured artist (See Sections 16-11-920(B) and 16-11-940) 16-13-10(B)(1) Forgery (value more than ,000) 16-13-30(B)(2) Grand larceny (value over ,000 up to ,000) 16-13-40(2) Stealing of bonds and the like (value over ,000 up to ,000) 16-13-50(A)(2) Stealing livestock, confiscation of motor vehicle or other chattel (value over ,000 up to ,000) 16-13-70(B)(2) Stealing of vessels and equipment-payment of damages (value over ,000 up to ,000) 16-13-110(B)(2) Shoplifting (value over ,000 up to ,000) 16-13-160 Breaking into motor vehicles or tanks, pumps, and other containers where fuel or lubricants are stored 16-13-165(B)(1)(b) Knowingly and intentionally importing, manufacturing, or selling counterfeit nonconforming airbags-2nd or subsequent offense 16-13-165(B)(2)(a) Knowingly and intentionally importing, manufacturing, or selling counterfeit nonconforming airbags-1st offense 16-13-165(B)(3)(a) Knowingly or intentionally selling, leasing, trading, or transferring motor vehicle containing counterfeit or nonfunctional airbag-1st offense 16-13-210(B)(2) Embezzlement of less than ,000 in public funds 16-13-230(B)(2) Breach of trust with fraudulent intent (value over ,000 up to ,000) 16-13-240(2) Obtaining signature or property by false pretenses (value over ,000 up to ,000) 16-13-260(2) Obtaining property under false tokens or letters (value over ,000 up to ,000) 16-13-385(B)(3) Tampering with a utility meter - third or subsequent offense 16-13-385(C)(3) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - third or subsequent offense 16-13-385(D)(3) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of ,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - third or subsequent offense 16-13-420(B)(2) Failure to return rented objects, fraudulent appropriation (value over ,000 up to ,000) 16-13-430(C)(2) Fraudulent acquisition or use of food stamps (value over ,000 up to ,000) 16-13-440(B)(2) Obtaining a refund with a fraudulent driver's license or identity card when the value is two thousand dollars or more 16-13-470(B)(2) Defrauding a drug or alcohol screening test (second or subsequent offense) 16-13-480 Providing false picture identifications for use by unlawful aliens 16-13-510(E) Financial identity fraud and identity fraud 16-13-512(C)(2) Unlawfully printing information on credit and debit card receipts 16-13-525(D) Display or possession of a false identification or document for the purpose of proving lawful presence-Second and subsequent offense 16-14-20 Financial transaction card theft 16-14-40 Financial transaction card forgery 16-14-60(a) Financial transaction card fraud-value of things of value exceeds five hundred dollars in a six-month period 16-14-60(g) Financial transaction card fraud 16-14-70 Criminal possession of financial transaction card forgery devices 16-14-80(B)(2) Criminally receiving goods and services fraudulently obtained with financial transaction card (value over

47-3-760(B)(1) Penalty for owner of dangerous animal which attacks and injures a human-First offense 47-3-960 Injuring, disabling or killing guide dog 47-17-100(A) Violation of a Meat and Meat Food Regulations Inspection Law, with intent to defraud 47-19-120(C)(1) Interference with person performing official duties under chapter on poultry inspection 47-21-80(A) Penalty for violation of Farm Animal and Research Facilities Protection Act 47-21-250(A) Penalty for crop operation violations 48-27-250 Violation of chapter concerning registration of foresters 48-49-60(a) Violations of chapter concerning SC Mountain Ridge Protection Act 50-1-85(4) Negligent use of firearms or archery tackle when death results. in volume) 16-11-730 Malicious injury to or interference with microwave, radio, or television facilities; unauthorized use of such facilities 16-11-750 Unlawful injury or interference with electric lines 16-11-770(B)(2) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, second offense 16-11-820 Theft of cable television service unlawful use without payment (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offense 16-11-825 Theft of cable television, unauthorized connection or use of device to cable television system (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-830 Theft of cable television service, aid, abet, or attempt (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-835 Advertisement or sale of instrument designed to avoid payment for cable services (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-840 Unauthorized device to decode or descramble cable television signal (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-845 Use, sale, or installation of a converter or similar device for unauthorized reception of cable signals (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-855 Violation of Article 8, Theft of Cable Television Service 16-11-910 Transfer of recorded sounds for unauthorized use or sale (See Section 16-11-920(E)) 16-11-915 Unauthorized sale of article containing live performances (See Section 16-11-920(E)) 16-11-920(A)(1) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a motion picture theatre with intent to record, first offense 16-11-930 Illegal distribution of recordings without name and address of manufacturer and designation of feature artist (See Section 16-11-940(D)) 16-13-15 Falsifying or altering transcript or diploma, fraudulent use of falsified or altered transcript or diploma penalty 16-13-65 Stealing aquaculture products or damaging aquaculture facilities - First and second offense 16-13-165(B)(1)(a) Knowingly and intentionally installing or reinstalling a counterfeit or nonfunctional airbag-1st offense 16-13-300 Fraudulent removal or secreting of personal property attached or levied on 16-13-385(C)(1) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - first offense 16-13-385(D)(1) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - first offense 16-13-400 Avoiding or attempting to avoid payment of telecommunications 16-13-410(1) Making or possessing device, plans or instruction which can be used to violate Section 16-3-400 16-14-60 Financial transaction card fraud 16-14-60(a) Financial transaction card fraud-value of things of value does not exceed five hundred dollars in any six-month period 16-14-60(a)(2)(d) Financial transaction card fraud-using financial transaction card to exceed certain balances or authorized lines of credit 16-14-60(b) Financial transaction card fraud by a person authorized to furnish anything of value upon presentation of a financial transaction card if the value does not exceed five hundred dollars in a six-month period 16-14-60(c) Financial transaction card fraud-filing of false application to an issuer of a financial transaction card 16-14-60(d) Financial transaction card fraud-filing of false notice or report of theft 16-14-80 Criminally receiving goods and services fraudulently obtained 16-15-50 Seduction under promise of marriage 16-15-60 Adultery or fornication 16-15-90 Prostitution (See Section 16-15-110(3))-Third or subsequent offenses 16-15-100 Prostitution; further acts (See Section 16-15-110(3))-Third or subsequent offenses 16-15-315 Condition on certain sales for resale or on franchising rights that obscene material be received for resale prohibited 16-15-325 Participation in preparation of obscene material prohibited 16-16-20(3)(c) Computer crime-second degree-First offense 16-17-310 Imitation of organizations' names, emblems, and the like 16-17-500(3) Providing tobacco products to a minor 16-17-520 Disturbance of religious worship 16-17-540 Bribery with respect to agents, servants, or employees 16-17-650(A)(1) Engaging in cockfighting, game fowl or illegal game fowl fighting testing, First Offense 16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals for the purpose of recycling the nonferrous metals, second offense 16-17-680(D)(2) Unlawful purchase or transportation of nonferrous metals, second offense 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, first offense 16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen nonferrous metal, second offense 16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate weight of more than ten pounds, second offense 16-17-700 Tattooing 16-17-720 Impersonating law enforcement officer 16-17-735 Impersonation of state or local official or employee or law enforcement officer or asserting authority of state law in connection with a sham legal process 16-17-760 Falsely representing oneself as being the recipient of certain military awards 16-17-770(A)(1) Impersonating a lawyer-First offense 16-19-10 Setting up lotteries 16-19-40 Unlawful games and betting 16-21-60(B) Use of vehicle without permission (Temporary purpose only) 16-21-70 Use of bicycle or other vehicle without permission, but without intent to steal 16-23-20 Unlawful carrying of pistol (See Section 16-23-50(A)(2)) 16-23-450 Placing loaded trap gun, spring gun, or like device 16-23-730 Manufacturing, possessing, transporting, distributing, using, aiding, counseling, or conspiring in the use of a hoax device or replica of a destructive device or detonator that causes a person to believe that the hoax device or replica is a destructive device or detonator 16-25-20(C) Domestic violence in the second degree 16-27-40 Penalty (Animal Fighting or Baiting Act)-Second offense 17-15-90(2) Wilful failure to appear before a court when released in connection with a charge for a misdemeanor 17-22-170 Unlawful retention or release of information regarding participation in intervention program 17-28-350 Willful and malicious destruction of physical evidence or biological material. Code Commissioner's Note The crime classification tables are added by the Code Commissioner pursuant to Section 2-13-66, and updated annually. (A) The following offenses are Class A misdemeanors and the maximum terms established for a Class A misdemeanor, not more than three years, as set forth in Section 16-1-20(A), apply: 4-11-130 Disbursing officers may not exceed or transfer appropriations 4-17-70 Wilful injury to courthouse or jail 5-21-30 Municipal officers prohibited from contracting with municipality 5-21-40 Officers required to account to municipality for interest collected on deposits 7-5-325 Fraudulent change of address by elector for registration for voting purposes 7-13-1920 Tampering with voting machine 7-25-10 False swearing in applying for registration (election laws) 7-25-70 Procuring or offering to procure votes by threats 7-25-110 Voting more than once at elections 7-25-120 Impersonating a voter 7-25-160 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct on the part of managers 7-25-170 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct by officers other than managers 8-11-30 Payment or receipt of salary not due to state officers or employees 9-1-1160(A) Collection of members contribution, failure to make payroll reports and remittances (State Retirement System) 10-11-315 Defacing, destroying or attempting to deface or destroy a monument or flag on the capitol grounds 10-11-320 Carrying or discharging a firearm on the capitol grounds or in the capitol building 10-11-360 Violation of article concerning offenses on capitol grounds and in capitol building 11-1-20 Failure to account for interest on deposit of public funds 11-1-40 Contracts in excess of tax or appropriation, diverting public funds 11-9-20 Disbursing officers exceeding or transferring appropriations 12-2-70 Neglect or misconduct of county auditor or treasurer (F) An operator of a refinery, terminal, or bulk plant failure to provide an automated shipping document to a driver of a fuel transportation vehicle receiving taxable motor fuel (B) Licensed importer failure to meet requirements regarding fuel which has not been dyed, nor tax paid or accrued by the supplier (C) Failure to meet requirements for exporting fuel (D) Operation of a motor vehicle with dyed fuel (D) Knowingly engaging or knowingly aiding and abetting another person to engage in a motor fuel business without a license (C) Fuel must meet ASTM standards (C) False statement on shipping paper regarding liability for user fees (C) Tampering with metering device (C) Truck drivers who violate certain shipping requirements for the second and subsequent times (B) Refusing to allow certain inspections for the purpose of evading the payment of taxes 12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(i) Concealing goods on which tax imposed with intent to evade assessment or collection 12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(ii) Wilful failure to pay over money received from third party to discharge payor's tax liability 16-3-600(A) Assault and battery in the second degree 16-3-730 Publishing name of victim of criminal sexual conduct unlawful 16-3-1050(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation 16-3-1050(H) Obstructing or impeding an investigation pursuant to Chapter 35 of Title 43 16-3-1720(A) Harassment in the first degree 16-3-1720(B) Harassment in the first degree when a restraining order is in effect 16-3-1910(O) Violation of a permanent restraining order, if the underlying conviction that was the basis for the permanent restraining order was a misdemeanor 16-3-1920(N) Violation of an emergency restraining order, if the underlying conviction that was the basis for the emergency restraining order was a misdemeanor 16-3-2080(F) Disclosing information about a trafficking victim or certain shelters or unlawfully entering the grounds of certain shelters 16-5-40 Duty of officers to execute warrants 16-5-50 Penalty for hindering officers or rescuing prisoners 16-7-160(1) Illegal use of stink bombs or other devices containing foul or offensive odors 16-7-170 Entering public buildings for purpose of destroying records or other property 16-11-30 Possession of master keys and nonowner key sets while engaged in crime 16-11-140 Burning of crops and other kinds of personal property 16-11-523 Obtaining nonferrous metals unlawfully resulting in disruption of communication or electrical service to critical infrastructure 16-11-560 Burning, cutting untenanted or unfinished buildings 16-11-570 Injury or destruction of building or crops by tenant 16-11-770(B)(3) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, third or subsequent offense 16-11-780 Entering certain lands to discover, uncover, move, remove, or attempt to remove an archaeological resource- second offense 16-11-920(A)(3) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a motion picture theatre with intent to record, third offense 16-13-10 Forgery that does not involve a dollar amount 16-13-131(C)(1) Larceny against a merchant by offering a fraudulent product code on merchandise - first offense 16-13-135(E)(1) Retail theft - first offense 16-13-150 Purse snatching (not grand larceny or robbery) 16-13-180(B)(2) Receiving stolen goods (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-380 Theft of electric current (second or subsequent offense) 16-13-385(B)(2) Tampering with a utility meter - second offense 16-13-385(C)(2) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - second offense 16-13-385(D)(2) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - second offense 16-13-470(B)(1) Defrauding a drug or alcohol screening test (first offense) 16-15-130 Indecent exposure 16-15-250 Communicating obscene messages (nontelephonic) 16-17-470(A) Eavesdropping or peeping 16-17-470(B)(1) Voyeurism (first offense) 16-17-490 Contributing to the delinquency of a minor 16-17-495(C) Returning a child under sixteen years of age within three days of a violation of a custody order or statute 16-17-505(3) Knowingly selling cigarettes in packages that violate federal law 16-17-650(A)(2) Engaging in cock fighting, game fowl or illegal game fowl testing, Second Offense 16-17-680 Presenting a falsified bill of sale for a coil to a secondary metals recycler 16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals for the purpose of recycling the nonferrous metals, third or subsequent offense 16-17-680(D)(3) Unlawful purchase of nonferrous metals 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, second offense 16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen nonferrous metal, third or subsequent offense 16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate weight of more than ten pounds, third or subsequent offense 16-17-735(D) Persons falsely asserting authority of law 16-17-770(A)(2) Impersonating a lawyer-Second offense 16-21-60(A) Use of vehicle without permission (intent to deprive) 16-23-470 Illegal possession of teargas gun or ammunition for teargas gun 16-23-530 Knowingly selling or providing a gun to an illegal alien 16-25-30(B) Ship, transport, receive, or possess a firearm or ammunition, if the person has been convicted of a violation of Section 16-25-20(C) or (D), related to domestic violence 16-25-125(E) Unlawful entry upon the grounds of a domestic violence shelter 17-7-510 Burying body without notice or inquiry 22-9-140 Penalty for failing to execute process of magistrate's court 23-1-20 Peace officers may not be employed on contingent basis 23-3-535(D)(2) Sex offender's failure to vacate a residence that is within one thousand feet of a school, daycare center, children's recreational facility, park, or public playground-Second offense 24-13-425(B) Unlawful removal, destruction, or circumventing of the operation of an electronic monitoring device 25-7-20 Obtaining or giving information respecting national or state defense 29-1-30 Wilful sale of property on which lien exists 35-1-508(a)(3) Violation of Title 35, Chapter 1 when an investor loses less than one thousand dollars, or if no losses are proven 35-11-725(C) Knowingly engaging in an activity for which a license is required by the South Carolina Anti-Money Laundering Act and receiving not more than $500 compensation within a 30- day period from this activity 37-13-50 Regulation of subleasing and loan assumption of a motor vehicle 38-7-140 Failure to pay money due or to supply information required 38-13-140 Refusal to exhibit records, false statements (Insurance) 38-25-330 Violations of Chapter 25, Unauthorized Transaction of Insurance Business 38-38-720(2) Making a false statement or representation regarding a fraternal benefit society if the amount of the economic benefit received is $1,000 or more (first offense) 38-43-190 Fraud regarding payment of insurance premium 38-55-80 Loans to directors or officers (Insurance) 38-55-150 Accepting premiums or assessments in insolvent company (Insurance) 38-55-160 Insuring uninsurable persons with intent to defraud 38-55-173(B)(1) Vehicle glass repairer offering or making certain payments of $1,000 or more 38-55-540(A)(2) Knowingly making false statement or misrepresentation resulting in economic advantage of between one and ten thousand dollars, first offense 38-59-50 Payment or settlement of benefits in merchandise or service prohibited (Insurance) 39-15-750 Destruction of brand or removal or transfer of timber (B)(1)(a)(ii) Transferring, distributing, selling, or otherwise disposing of an item having a counterfeit mark on it, with goods or services having a value of more than $2000 but less than $10,000; using any object, tool, machine, or other device to produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark 40-5-320 Practice of law by corporations and voluntary associations unlawful 40-5-350 Soliciting legal business unlawful 40-5-360 Splitting fees with laymen unlawful 40-54-80 Violations of chapter concerning dealers in precious metals-Third or subsequent offenses 43-5-40 Unlawful publication or other use of records 43-7-60 False claim, statement, or representation by a medical provider 43-7-70 False statement of representation on an application for public assistance 43-7-80(B) Provider required to keep separate accounts and records 43-33-40 Unlawful interference with rights of blind or other physically disabled person 43-35-85(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation 43-35-85(H) Obstructing an investigation pursuant to the Omnibus Adult Protection Act 44-31-360 Violation of article concerning tuberculosis prisoners and inmates of institutions 44-37-30 Offenses related to neonatal testing 44-41-36(A) Performing an abortion on an unemancipated minor 44-41-350 Performing an abortion without satisfying "A Woman's Right to Know" provision, third or subsequent offense 44-41-470 Physician intentionally or knowingly performing an illegal abortion 44-53-370(b)(3) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (Schedule IV drugs except for flunitrazepam) First offense 44-53-370(d)(3) Possession of cocaine, first offense 44-53-375(A) Possession of less than one gram of methamphetamine or cocaine base 44-53-398(H)(3) Purchasing a product containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine from any person other than a manufacturer or registered wholesale distributor, Second Offense 44-79-120 Violation of chapter concerning Physical Fitness Services Act 45-9-90 Equal enjoyment and privileges to public accommodations 46-17-460 Violation of chapter concerning agricultural commodities marketing 46-19-270 Displaying sign showing Department of Agriculture approval prior to approval 46-25-80 Violations of chapter concerning fertilizer law 46-41-30(1) Unlawful to engage in business as dealer without license, penalties for violation (agricultural products)-First offense 46-55-60 Manufacturing, distributing, dispensing, delivering, purchasing, etc., of marijuana on property used for industrial hemp production 47-3-630 Torturing, mutilating, injuring, disabling, poisoning, or killing a police dog or horse. Application of sentencing provisions to motor vehicle and drug selling violators. Misdemeanor: Definition, classification, designation. C, provides: "Wherever in the 1976 Code of Laws reference is made to the common law offense of assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, it means assault and battery with intent to kill, as contained in repealed Section 16-3-620, and, except for references in Section 16-1-60 and Section 17-25-45, wherever in the 1976 Code reference is made to assault and battery with intent to kill, it means attempted murder as defined in Section 16-3-29." Penalties for classes of felonies. HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 16-2; 1952 Code Section 16-2; 1942 Code Section 1937; 1932 Code Section 1937; Cr. S., second or subsequent offense 17-15-90(1) Wilful failure to appear before a court when released in connection with a charge for a felony or while awaiting sentencing 17-30-50(A) Interception of wire, electronic, or oral communications 17-30-55(A) Sending or manufacturing device for unlawful interception of wire, oral or electronic communications 20-4-60(B)(2) Possession firearm at time of criminal domestic violence 20-4-375(A) Making, presenting, filing, or attempting to file a false, fictitious, or fraudulent foreign protection order 23-3-470(B)(3) Failure of sex offender to register Third or subsequent offense 23-3-475(B)(3) Providing false information when registering as a sex offender Third or subsequent offense 23-3-510(2) Committing a felony by using information obtained from the sex offender registry 23-3-535(D)(3) Sex offender's failure to vacate a residence that is within one thousand feet of a school, daycare center, children's recreational facility, park, or public playground-Second offense 23-3-540(I) Sex offender failing to comply with reporting requirements 23-3-540(L) Sex offender removing or tampering with monitoring device 23-3-550 Assisting or harboring unregistered sex offender 23-3-650(C) Unlawful disclosure of DNA information from State DNA Database 23-31-160 False information or evidence on firearms license application (See Section 23-31-190) 23-31-190 Penalties, violation concerning regulation of pistols Unlawful for a person adjudicated as a mental defective or committed to a mental institution to ship, transport, possess, or receive a firearm or ammunition 23-36-170(a) Penalty (violation of South Carolina Explosives Control Act) First offense 23-50-50(B) Divulging privileged communication, protected information, or a protected identity with intent to obtain monetary gain or other benefit 24-1-270 Trespass or loitering on or refusal to leave state correctional properties 27-32-120(B) Violation of vacation time sharing plans Third or subsequent offense 32-7-100(A)(2) Preneed funeral contract violations (value between $2,000 and $ 10,000) 33-56-145(A) Defrauding a charity (second or subsequent offense) 33-56-145(B) Giving false information with respect to registering a charity (second or subsequent offense) 33-57-170(A) Person or organization that unlawfully conducts a nonprofit raffle-second or subsequent offense 33-57-170(B) Person or organization that violates a provision of Title 33, Chapter 57 with the intent to deceive or defraud an individual or nonprofit organization - second or subsequent offense 33-57-170(C) Person or organization that gives false or misleading information on a registration or report under Title 33, Chapter 57 34-3-110(B) Crimes against a federally chartered or insured financial institution 35-1-508(a)(2) Violation of Title 35, Chapter 1 when an investor loses less than twenty thousand dollars, but more than one thousand dollars 35-11-740(A)(1)(b)(i) Conducting or attempting to conduct financial transactions that involve the proceeds of an unlawful activity when the transactions exceed $300 but are less than $20,000 in a 12-month period 35-11-740(A)(2)(b)(i) Transporting, transmitting, or transferring or attempting to commit these activities with regard to funds across state or international boundaries unlawfully when the transactions exceed $300 but are less than $20,000 in a 12-month period 35-11-740(A)(3)(b)(i) Concealing or disguising the nature, location, source, ownership, or control of property believed to be the proceeds of unlawful activity; conducting or attempting to conduct financial transactions involving property represented by a law enforcement officer to be proceeds of unlawful activity, or property used to conduct or facilitate unlawful activity if the transactions exceed $20,000 in a 12-month period 36-9-410(C)(2) Unlawful disposal of personal property that is subject to a perfected security interest whose value is more than $2,000 but less than $10,000 36-9-501(c) Filing a false or fraudulent financing statement 38-9-150 Return of deposited securities (making false affidavit) 38-13-170 Making or aiding in making false statement (Insurance) 38-43-245 Licensed insurance producer fraudulently submitting application for insurance 38-55-170(2) Presenting false claim for payment (Insurance) (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 38-55-540(A)(3) Knowingly making false statement or misrepresentation resulting in economic advantage of between ten and fifty thousand dollars, first offense (B)(1)(a)(iii) Transferring, distributing, selling, or otherwise disposing of an item having a counterfeit mark on it, with goods or services having a value of $10000 or more but less than $50000; using any object, tool, machine, or other device to produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark (B)(1)(b)(i) Trafficking in counterfeit marks, First Offense 39-22-90(A)(1)-(4), (9) Prohibited acts. (D) if the subsequent offense was committed within two hundred seventy days of his release, two years shall be added to the sentence mandated by the subsequent conviction. A person who commits the common law offense of attempt, upon conviction, must be punished as for the principal offense. 16-8-20(B)(1) Demonstrating the use of a bomb (first offense) 16-8-240(A) Committing or threatening acts of violence with the intent to coerce, induce, or solicit another person to participate in gang activity, second offense 16-9-10(B)(1) Perjury and subordination of perjury 16-9-30 False swearing before persons authorized to administer oaths 16-9-210 Giving or offering bribes to officers 16-9-230 Acceptance of rebates or extra compensation 16-9-260 Corrupting jurors, arbitrators, umpires, or referees 16-9-270 Acceptance of bribes by jurors, arbitrators, umpires, or referees 16-9-460 Movement and harboring intended to further illegal entry or detection 16-11-20 Making, mending or possessing tools or other implements capable of being used in crime 16-11-125 Making false claim or statement in support of claim to obtain insurance benefits for fire or explosion loss 16-11-130 Burning personal property to defraud insurer 16-11-150 Burning lands of another without consent Second and subsequent offense 16-11-170 Wilfully burning lands of another 16-11-190 Wilfully and maliciously attempts to burn 16-11-313(B) Burglary-third degree First offense 16-11-510(B)(2) Malicious injury to animals and personal property (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-11-520(B)(2) Malicious injury to real property (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-11-523(C)(2) Injuring real property while illegally obtaining nonferrous metals where the value of the injury is greater than $2,000 but less than $10,000 16-11-617 Unlawful to cultivate or attempt to cultivate marijuana on land of another 16-11-725(B)(2) Rummaging through or stealing another person's household garbage 16-11-780 Entering certain lands to discover, uncover, move, remove, or attempt to remove an archaeological resource-Third or subsequent offense 16-11-910 and 16-11-915 Transfer of recorded sounds for unauthorized use or sale 16-11-930 Illegal distribution of recording without name and address of manufacturer and designation of featured artist (See Sections 16-11-920(B) and 16-11-940) 16-13-10(B)(1) Forgery (value more than $10,000) 16-13-30(B)(2) Grand larceny (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-40(2) Stealing of bonds and the like (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-50(A)(2) Stealing livestock, confiscation of motor vehicle or other chattel (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-70(B)(2) Stealing of vessels and equipment-payment of damages (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-110(B)(2) Shoplifting (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-160 Breaking into motor vehicles or tanks, pumps, and other containers where fuel or lubricants are stored 16-13-165(B)(1)(b) Knowingly and intentionally importing, manufacturing, or selling counterfeit nonconforming airbags-2nd or subsequent offense 16-13-165(B)(2)(a) Knowingly and intentionally importing, manufacturing, or selling counterfeit nonconforming airbags-1st offense 16-13-165(B)(3)(a) Knowingly or intentionally selling, leasing, trading, or transferring motor vehicle containing counterfeit or nonfunctional airbag-1st offense 16-13-210(B)(2) Embezzlement of less than $10,000 in public funds 16-13-230(B)(2) Breach of trust with fraudulent intent (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-240(2) Obtaining signature or property by false pretenses (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-260(2) Obtaining property under false tokens or letters (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-385(B)(3) Tampering with a utility meter - third or subsequent offense 16-13-385(C)(3) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - third or subsequent offense 16-13-385(D)(3) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - third or subsequent offense 16-13-420(B)(2) Failure to return rented objects, fraudulent appropriation (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-430(C)(2) Fraudulent acquisition or use of food stamps (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-440(B)(2) Obtaining a refund with a fraudulent driver's license or identity card when the value is two thousand dollars or more 16-13-470(B)(2) Defrauding a drug or alcohol screening test (second or subsequent offense) 16-13-480 Providing false picture identifications for use by unlawful aliens 16-13-510(E) Financial identity fraud and identity fraud 16-13-512(C)(2) Unlawfully printing information on credit and debit card receipts 16-13-525(D) Display or possession of a false identification or document for the purpose of proving lawful presence-Second and subsequent offense 16-14-20 Financial transaction card theft 16-14-40 Financial transaction card forgery 16-14-60(a) Financial transaction card fraud-value of things of value exceeds five hundred dollars in a six-month period 16-14-60(g) Financial transaction card fraud 16-14-70 Criminal possession of financial transaction card forgery devices 16-14-80(B)(2) Criminally receiving goods and services fraudulently obtained with financial transaction card (value over $1,000) 16-14-100 Financial Transaction Card Crime Act violation 16-15-10 Bigamy 16-15-120 Buggery 16-15-305(A) Unlawfully disseminating, processing, or promoting obscenity 16-15-425(C) Participation in the prostitution of a minor 16-16-20(2) Computer crime-First degree 16-17-410 Conspiracy 16-17-470(B)(2) Voyeurism (second or subsequent offense) 16-17-495(B) Transporting a child under sixteen years of age with the purpose of concealing the child or avoiding a custody order or statute 16-17-600(C) Destruction or desecration of human remains or repositories-destroys, tears down, injures fencing, trees, flowers, or shrubs around a repository of human remains 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, third or subsequent offense 16-17-722(B) Knowingly file a false police report regarding a felony 16-17-770(A)(3) Impersonating a lawyer-Third or subsequent offense 16-21-10 Altering, forging, or counterfeiting certificate of title, registration card, or license plate, misrepresentation or concealment in application 16-21-40(A)(2), (A)(4) Removing or falsifying identification number of vehicle or engine and buying, receiving, or selling such vehicle or engine 16-21-80(2) Receiving, possessing, concealing, selling, or disposing of stolen vehicle (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-23-30 Sale or delivery of pistol to and possession by certain persons unlawful, stolen pistols (See Section 16-23-50) 16-23-50(A)(1) Handguns 16-23-410 Pointing firearms at a person 16-23-415 Taking a firearm, stun gun, or taser device from a law enforcement officer 16-23-420 Carrying or displaying firearms in public buildings or adjacent areas 16-23-430 Carrying weapons on school property 16-23-480 Manufacture or possession of article designed to cause damage by fire or other means 16-23-490 Possession of firearm or knife during commission or attempt to commit violent crime 16-23-500(B) Possession of a firearm or ammunition by a person convicted of a violent crime 16-23-520 Use, transportation, manufacture, possession, purchase, or sale of teflon-coated ammunition 16-23-740 Hindering certain individuals or devices during the detection, disarming, or destruction of a destructive device 16-25-20(B)(3) Criminal domestic violence-Third offense 16-25-20 Commission of criminal domestic violence-Third or subsequent offense 16-25-30(B) Ship, transport, receive, or possess a firearm or ammunition, if the person has been convicted of particular domestic violence offenses 16-25-125(E) Unlawful entry upon the grounds of a domestic violence shelter while possessing a dangerous weapon 16-27-30 Animal fighting or baiting 16-27-40 Presence at facility where animal fighting or baiting is taking place Third and subsequent offenses 17-13-170 False, fictitious, fraudulent, or counterfeit picture identification for purpose of offering proof of lawful presence in the U. 56-11-250 Failure of a motor carrier to apply for a registration card and identification marker 56-17-10 Failure to purchase a license, keep records, supply information when required by law 56-19-240 Application for certificate, form, and contents (vehicle title) 56-19-480 Transfer and surrender of certificates, license plates, registration cards, and manufacturers serial plates of vehicles sold as salvage, abandoned, scrapped, or destroyed-Second and subsequent offenses 56-31-50(C) Rental company making a false report regarding certain personal property taxes 56-31-50(D) Misrepresentation of the amount of personal property taxes on a private passenger motor vehicle or rental vehicle paid or the amount of surcharges collected 57-25-145(C) Placing an outdoor sign advertising an adult or sexually-oriented business within one mile of a public highway 58-3-280 Restriction on employment of former commissioners by public utility 58-4-130 Restriction on outside employment of executive director 58-7-60(C)(1) Unlawful appropriation of gas that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or the risk of great bodily injury or death - first offense 58-7-60(E)(1) Aiding, abetting, or assisting another person in withdrawing and appropriating gas - first offense 58-7-70 Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas meters - first offense 58-7-70(C)(1) Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas meters for profit - first offense 58-7-70(D)(1) Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas meters for profit when violation results in property damage greater than $5,000 or in risk of great bodily injury or death - first offense 58-15-875(D)(1) Unlawful conduct relating to railroad track material for recycling, first offense Violation by Railroads of Interstate Commerce Act Criminal penalty on individuals for violation of transportation of freight Injury due to negligence or carelessness of general railroad law Injury due to wilful violation of general railroad law 58-23-920 Insurance required of owners of motor vehicles transporting goods for hire-First offense 59-5-130 Members shall not contract with State Board of Education 59-69-260 Officials shall not acquire interest in claims or contracts (school funds) 61-2-240 Interference with an officer or use of abusive language by an officer or another person 61-4-1530 Operation of brewery or winery without permit 61-6-4010(B)(2) Unlawful manufacture, possession or sale of alcoholic liquors-Second offense 61-6-4025(b) Possession of unlawfully acquired or manufactured alcoholic liquors in a vehicle, vessel, or aircraft-Second offense 61-6-4030(b) Transportation of alcoholic liquors in a taxi or other vehicle for hire-Second offense 61-6-4040(b) Rendering aid in unlawful transportation of alcoholic liquor-Second offense 61-6-4060(B)(2) Unlawful storage of alcoholic liquor in a place of business-Second offense 61-6-4100(b) Manufacture, sale, or possession of unlawful distillery-Second offense 61-6-4110(b) Knowingly permitting or allowing a person to locate an unlawful distillery on a premise-Second offense 61-6-4120(b) Unlawful manufacture, transport, or possession of materials used in the manufacture of alcoholic liquors-Second offense 61-6-4130(b) Present at a place where alcoholic liquors are unlawfully manufactured-Second offense 61-6-4150(b) Unlawful sale of alcoholic liquor from a vehicle, vessel, or aircraft-Second offense 61-6-4160(b) Unlawful sale of alcoholic liquors on Sundays, election days, and other days-Second offense 61-6-4170(B)(2) Advertisement of alcoholic liquors from billboard-Second offense 61-6-4200 Unlawful disposal, rescue, or attempted disposal or rescue of alcoholic liquors 61-8-50 Violation of a restraining order against unlawful sale, barter, exchange, storage, or possession of alcoholic liquors 62-2-901 Destruction of or failure to deliver a will to a Judge of Probate 63-3-620 Contempt of court 63-5-20 Failure to provide reasonable support to a spouse or minor child 63-7-940 Dissemination of classified information 63-7-1990(A) Dissemination of confidential reports 63-11-90 Violations of Article 1, Child Welfare Agencies Disclosure of confidential records 63-13-40(B) Unlawful application for employment by an ex-convict 63-13-185(F) Unlawful administration of medicine to a child by childcare facility personnel 63-13-190(C) Unlawful application for employment by ex-convict 63-13-420(F) Application for operator license for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-430(E) Renewal application for operator license for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-620(E), (F) Application for statement of standard conformity or approval for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-630(E), (G) Renewal application for statement of standard conformity or approval for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-820(E), (F) Application for registration for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-830(C), (D) Renewal application for registration for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes (D) Application for license or registration of church and religious centers for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes Unlawful release of information HISTORY: 1993 Act No. A felony or misdemeanor provided by statute or in common law which is not assigned a classification pursuant to Section 16-1-90 or 16-1-100 must be punished as provided before enactment of the classification system. (C) if the subsequent offense was committed within one hundred eighty days of his release, three years shall be added to the sentence mandated by the subsequent conviction. 106, Section 1, provides as follows: "This act may be cited as 'Mary Lynn's Law'." 2010 Act No.

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47-3-760(B)(1) Penalty for owner of dangerous animal which attacks and injures a human-First offense 47-3-960 Injuring, disabling or killing guide dog 47-17-100(A) Violation of a Meat and Meat Food Regulations Inspection Law, with intent to defraud 47-19-120(C)(1) Interference with person performing official duties under chapter on poultry inspection 47-21-80(A) Penalty for violation of Farm Animal and Research Facilities Protection Act 47-21-250(A) Penalty for crop operation violations 48-27-250 Violation of chapter concerning registration of foresters 48-49-60(a) Violations of chapter concerning SC Mountain Ridge Protection Act 50-1-85(4) Negligent use of firearms or archery tackle when death results. in volume) 16-11-730 Malicious injury to or interference with microwave, radio, or television facilities; unauthorized use of such facilities 16-11-750 Unlawful injury or interference with electric lines 16-11-770(B)(2) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, second offense 16-11-820 Theft of cable television service unlawful use without payment (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offense 16-11-825 Theft of cable television, unauthorized connection or use of device to cable television system (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-830 Theft of cable television service, aid, abet, or attempt (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-835 Advertisement or sale of instrument designed to avoid payment for cable services (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-840 Unauthorized device to decode or descramble cable television signal (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-845 Use, sale, or installation of a converter or similar device for unauthorized reception of cable signals (See Section 16-11-855)-Second and subsequent offenses 16-11-855 Violation of Article 8, Theft of Cable Television Service 16-11-910 Transfer of recorded sounds for unauthorized use or sale (See Section 16-11-920(E)) 16-11-915 Unauthorized sale of article containing live performances (See Section 16-11-920(E)) 16-11-920(A)(1) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a motion picture theatre with intent to record, first offense 16-11-930 Illegal distribution of recordings without name and address of manufacturer and designation of feature artist (See Section 16-11-940(D)) 16-13-15 Falsifying or altering transcript or diploma, fraudulent use of falsified or altered transcript or diploma penalty 16-13-65 Stealing aquaculture products or damaging aquaculture facilities - First and second offense 16-13-165(B)(1)(a) Knowingly and intentionally installing or reinstalling a counterfeit or nonfunctional airbag-1st offense 16-13-300 Fraudulent removal or secreting of personal property attached or levied on 16-13-385(C)(1) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - first offense 16-13-385(D)(1) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - first offense 16-13-400 Avoiding or attempting to avoid payment of telecommunications 16-13-410(1) Making or possessing device, plans or instruction which can be used to violate Section 16-3-400 16-14-60 Financial transaction card fraud 16-14-60(a) Financial transaction card fraud-value of things of value does not exceed five hundred dollars in any six-month period 16-14-60(a)(2)(d) Financial transaction card fraud-using financial transaction card to exceed certain balances or authorized lines of credit 16-14-60(b) Financial transaction card fraud by a person authorized to furnish anything of value upon presentation of a financial transaction card if the value does not exceed five hundred dollars in a six-month period 16-14-60(c) Financial transaction card fraud-filing of false application to an issuer of a financial transaction card 16-14-60(d) Financial transaction card fraud-filing of false notice or report of theft 16-14-80 Criminally receiving goods and services fraudulently obtained 16-15-50 Seduction under promise of marriage 16-15-60 Adultery or fornication 16-15-90 Prostitution (See Section 16-15-110(3))-Third or subsequent offenses 16-15-100 Prostitution; further acts (See Section 16-15-110(3))-Third or subsequent offenses 16-15-315 Condition on certain sales for resale or on franchising rights that obscene material be received for resale prohibited 16-15-325 Participation in preparation of obscene material prohibited 16-16-20(3)(c) Computer crime-second degree-First offense 16-17-310 Imitation of organizations' names, emblems, and the like 16-17-500(3) Providing tobacco products to a minor 16-17-520 Disturbance of religious worship 16-17-540 Bribery with respect to agents, servants, or employees 16-17-650(A)(1) Engaging in cockfighting, game fowl or illegal game fowl fighting testing, First Offense 16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals for the purpose of recycling the nonferrous metals, second offense 16-17-680(D)(2) Unlawful purchase or transportation of nonferrous metals, second offense 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, first offense 16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen nonferrous metal, second offense 16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate weight of more than ten pounds, second offense 16-17-700 Tattooing 16-17-720 Impersonating law enforcement officer 16-17-735 Impersonation of state or local official or employee or law enforcement officer or asserting authority of state law in connection with a sham legal process 16-17-760 Falsely representing oneself as being the recipient of certain military awards 16-17-770(A)(1) Impersonating a lawyer-First offense 16-19-10 Setting up lotteries 16-19-40 Unlawful games and betting 16-21-60(B) Use of vehicle without permission (Temporary purpose only) 16-21-70 Use of bicycle or other vehicle without permission, but without intent to steal 16-23-20 Unlawful carrying of pistol (See Section 16-23-50(A)(2)) 16-23-450 Placing loaded trap gun, spring gun, or like device 16-23-730 Manufacturing, possessing, transporting, distributing, using, aiding, counseling, or conspiring in the use of a hoax device or replica of a destructive device or detonator that causes a person to believe that the hoax device or replica is a destructive device or detonator 16-25-20(C) Domestic violence in the second degree 16-27-40 Penalty (Animal Fighting or Baiting Act)-Second offense 17-15-90(2) Wilful failure to appear before a court when released in connection with a charge for a misdemeanor 17-22-170 Unlawful retention or release of information regarding participation in intervention program 17-28-350 Willful and malicious destruction of physical evidence or biological material.

Code Commissioner's Note The crime classification tables are added by the Code Commissioner pursuant to Section 2-13-66, and updated annually. (A) The following offenses are Class A misdemeanors and the maximum terms established for a Class A misdemeanor, not more than three years, as set forth in Section 16-1-20(A), apply: 4-11-130 Disbursing officers may not exceed or transfer appropriations 4-17-70 Wilful injury to courthouse or jail 5-21-30 Municipal officers prohibited from contracting with municipality 5-21-40 Officers required to account to municipality for interest collected on deposits 7-5-325 Fraudulent change of address by elector for registration for voting purposes 7-13-1920 Tampering with voting machine 7-25-10 False swearing in applying for registration (election laws) 7-25-70 Procuring or offering to procure votes by threats 7-25-110 Voting more than once at elections 7-25-120 Impersonating a voter 7-25-160 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct on the part of managers 7-25-170 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct by officers other than managers 8-11-30 Payment or receipt of salary not due to state officers or employees 9-1-1160(A) Collection of members contribution, failure to make payroll reports and remittances (State Retirement System) 10-11-315 Defacing, destroying or attempting to deface or destroy a monument or flag on the capitol grounds 10-11-320 Carrying or discharging a firearm on the capitol grounds or in the capitol building 10-11-360 Violation of article concerning offenses on capitol grounds and in capitol building 11-1-20 Failure to account for interest on deposit of public funds 11-1-40 Contracts in excess of tax or appropriation, diverting public funds 11-9-20 Disbursing officers exceeding or transferring appropriations 12-2-70 Neglect or misconduct of county auditor or treasurer (F) An operator of a refinery, terminal, or bulk plant failure to provide an automated shipping document to a driver of a fuel transportation vehicle receiving taxable motor fuel (B) Licensed importer failure to meet requirements regarding fuel which has not been dyed, nor tax paid or accrued by the supplier (C) Failure to meet requirements for exporting fuel (D) Operation of a motor vehicle with dyed fuel (D) Knowingly engaging or knowingly aiding and abetting another person to engage in a motor fuel business without a license (C) Fuel must meet ASTM standards (C) False statement on shipping paper regarding liability for user fees (C) Tampering with metering device (C) Truck drivers who violate certain shipping requirements for the second and subsequent times (B) Refusing to allow certain inspections for the purpose of evading the payment of taxes 12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(i) Concealing goods on which tax imposed with intent to evade assessment or collection 12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(ii) Wilful failure to pay over money received from third party to discharge payor's tax liability 16-3-600(A) Assault and battery in the second degree 16-3-730 Publishing name of victim of criminal sexual conduct unlawful 16-3-1050(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation 16-3-1050(H) Obstructing or impeding an investigation pursuant to Chapter 35 of Title 43 16-3-1720(A) Harassment in the first degree 16-3-1720(B) Harassment in the first degree when a restraining order is in effect 16-3-1910(O) Violation of a permanent restraining order, if the underlying conviction that was the basis for the permanent restraining order was a misdemeanor 16-3-1920(N) Violation of an emergency restraining order, if the underlying conviction that was the basis for the emergency restraining order was a misdemeanor 16-3-2080(F) Disclosing information about a trafficking victim or certain shelters or unlawfully entering the grounds of certain shelters 16-5-40 Duty of officers to execute warrants 16-5-50 Penalty for hindering officers or rescuing prisoners 16-7-160(1) Illegal use of stink bombs or other devices containing foul or offensive odors 16-7-170 Entering public buildings for purpose of destroying records or other property 16-11-30 Possession of master keys and nonowner key sets while engaged in crime 16-11-140 Burning of crops and other kinds of personal property 16-11-523 Obtaining nonferrous metals unlawfully resulting in disruption of communication or electrical service to critical infrastructure 16-11-560 Burning, cutting untenanted or unfinished buildings 16-11-570 Injury or destruction of building or crops by tenant 16-11-770(B)(3) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, third or subsequent offense 16-11-780 Entering certain lands to discover, uncover, move, remove, or attempt to remove an archaeological resource- second offense 16-11-920(A)(3) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a motion picture theatre with intent to record, third offense 16-13-10 Forgery that does not involve a dollar amount 16-13-131(C)(1) Larceny against a merchant by offering a fraudulent product code on merchandise - first offense 16-13-135(E)(1) Retail theft - first offense 16-13-150 Purse snatching (not grand larceny or robbery) 16-13-180(B)(2) Receiving stolen goods (value over $2,000 up to $10,000) 16-13-380 Theft of electric current (second or subsequent offense) 16-13-385(B)(2) Tampering with a utility meter - second offense 16-13-385(C)(2) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - second offense 16-13-385(D)(2) Tampering with a utility meter that results in property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in the risk of great bodily injury or death - second offense 16-13-470(B)(1) Defrauding a drug or alcohol screening test (first offense) 16-15-130 Indecent exposure 16-15-250 Communicating obscene messages (nontelephonic) 16-17-470(A) Eavesdropping or peeping 16-17-470(B)(1) Voyeurism (first offense) 16-17-490 Contributing to the delinquency of a minor 16-17-495(C) Returning a child under sixteen years of age within three days of a violation of a custody order or statute 16-17-505(3) Knowingly selling cigarettes in packages that violate federal law 16-17-650(A)(2) Engaging in cock fighting, game fowl or illegal game fowl testing, Second Offense 16-17-680 Presenting a falsified bill of sale for a coil to a secondary metals recycler 16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals for the purpose of recycling the nonferrous metals, third or subsequent offense 16-17-680(D)(3) Unlawful purchase of nonferrous metals 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, second offense 16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen nonferrous metal, third or subsequent offense 16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate weight of more than ten pounds, third or subsequent offense 16-17-735(D) Persons falsely asserting authority of law 16-17-770(A)(2) Impersonating a lawyer-Second offense 16-21-60(A) Use of vehicle without permission (intent to deprive) 16-23-470 Illegal possession of teargas gun or ammunition for teargas gun 16-23-530 Knowingly selling or providing a gun to an illegal alien 16-25-30(B) Ship, transport, receive, or possess a firearm or ammunition, if the person has been convicted of a violation of Section 16-25-20(C) or (D), related to domestic violence 16-25-125(E) Unlawful entry upon the grounds of a domestic violence shelter 17-7-510 Burying body without notice or inquiry 22-9-140 Penalty for failing to execute process of magistrate's court 23-1-20 Peace officers may not be employed on contingent basis 23-3-535(D)(2) Sex offender's failure to vacate a residence that is within one thousand feet of a school, daycare center, children's recreational facility, park, or public playground-Second offense 24-13-425(B) Unlawful removal, destruction, or circumventing of the operation of an electronic monitoring device 25-7-20 Obtaining or giving information respecting national or state defense 29-1-30 Wilful sale of property on which lien exists 35-1-508(a)(3) Violation of Title 35, Chapter 1 when an investor loses less than one thousand dollars, or if no losses are proven 35-11-725(C) Knowingly engaging in an activity for which a license is required by the South Carolina Anti-Money Laundering Act and receiving not more than $500 compensation within a 30- day period from this activity 37-13-50 Regulation of subleasing and loan assumption of a motor vehicle 38-7-140 Failure to pay money due or to supply information required 38-13-140 Refusal to exhibit records, false statements (Insurance) 38-25-330 Violations of Chapter 25, Unauthorized Transaction of Insurance Business 38-38-720(2) Making a false statement or representation regarding a fraternal benefit society if the amount of the economic benefit received is $1,000 or more (first offense) 38-43-190 Fraud regarding payment of insurance premium 38-55-80 Loans to directors or officers (Insurance) 38-55-150 Accepting premiums or assessments in insolvent company (Insurance) 38-55-160 Insuring uninsurable persons with intent to defraud 38-55-173(B)(1) Vehicle glass repairer offering or making certain payments of $1,000 or more 38-55-540(A)(2) Knowingly making false statement or misrepresentation resulting in economic advantage of between one and ten thousand dollars, first offense 38-59-50 Payment or settlement of benefits in merchandise or service prohibited (Insurance) 39-15-750 Destruction of brand or removal or transfer of timber (B)(1)(a)(ii) Transferring, distributing, selling, or otherwise disposing of an item having a counterfeit mark on it, with goods or services having a value of more than $2000 but less than $10,000; using any object, tool, machine, or other device to produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark 40-5-320 Practice of law by corporations and voluntary associations unlawful 40-5-350 Soliciting legal business unlawful 40-5-360 Splitting fees with laymen unlawful 40-54-80 Violations of chapter concerning dealers in precious metals-Third or subsequent offenses 43-5-40 Unlawful publication or other use of records 43-7-60 False claim, statement, or representation by a medical provider 43-7-70 False statement of representation on an application for public assistance 43-7-80(B) Provider required to keep separate accounts and records 43-33-40 Unlawful interference with rights of blind or other physically disabled person 43-35-85(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation 43-35-85(H) Obstructing an investigation pursuant to the Omnibus Adult Protection Act 44-31-360 Violation of article concerning tuberculosis prisoners and inmates of institutions 44-37-30 Offenses related to neonatal testing 44-41-36(A) Performing an abortion on an unemancipated minor 44-41-350 Performing an abortion without satisfying "A Woman's Right to Know" provision, third or subsequent offense 44-41-470 Physician intentionally or knowingly performing an illegal abortion 44-53-370(b)(3) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (Schedule IV drugs except for flunitrazepam) First offense 44-53-370(d)(3) Possession of cocaine, first offense 44-53-375(A) Possession of less than one gram of methamphetamine or cocaine base 44-53-398(H)(3) Purchasing a product containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine from any person other than a manufacturer or registered wholesale distributor, Second Offense 44-79-120 Violation of chapter concerning Physical Fitness Services Act 45-9-90 Equal enjoyment and privileges to public accommodations 46-17-460 Violation of chapter concerning agricultural commodities marketing 46-19-270 Displaying sign showing Department of Agriculture approval prior to approval 46-25-80 Violations of chapter concerning fertilizer law 46-41-30(1) Unlawful to engage in business as dealer without license, penalties for violation (agricultural products)-First offense 46-55-60 Manufacturing, distributing, dispensing, delivering, purchasing, etc., of marijuana on property used for industrial hemp production 47-3-630 Torturing, mutilating, injuring, disabling, poisoning, or killing a police dog or horse.

,000) 16-14-100 Financial Transaction Card Crime Act violation 16-15-10 Bigamy 16-15-120 Buggery 16-15-305(A) Unlawfully disseminating, processing, or promoting obscenity 16-15-425(C) Participation in the prostitution of a minor 16-16-20(2) Computer crime-First degree 16-17-410 Conspiracy 16-17-470(B)(2) Voyeurism (second or subsequent offense) 16-17-495(B) Transporting a child under sixteen years of age with the purpose of concealing the child or avoiding a custody order or statute 16-17-600(C) Destruction or desecration of human remains or repositories-destroys, tears down, injures fencing, trees, flowers, or shrubs around a repository of human remains 16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount to a secondary metals recycler, third or subsequent offense 16-17-722(B) Knowingly file a false police report regarding a felony 16-17-770(A)(3) Impersonating a lawyer-Third or subsequent offense 16-21-10 Altering, forging, or counterfeiting certificate of title, registration card, or license plate, misrepresentation or concealment in application 16-21-40(A)(2), (A)(4) Removing or falsifying identification number of vehicle or engine and buying, receiving, or selling such vehicle or engine 16-21-80(2) Receiving, possessing, concealing, selling, or disposing of stolen vehicle (value over ,000 up to ,000) 16-23-30 Sale or delivery of pistol to and possession by certain persons unlawful, stolen pistols (See Section 16-23-50) 16-23-50(A)(1) Handguns 16-23-410 Pointing firearms at a person 16-23-415 Taking a firearm, stun gun, or taser device from a law enforcement officer 16-23-420 Carrying or displaying firearms in public buildings or adjacent areas 16-23-430 Carrying weapons on school property 16-23-480 Manufacture or possession of article designed to cause damage by fire or other means 16-23-490 Possession of firearm or knife during commission or attempt to commit violent crime 16-23-500(B) Possession of a firearm or ammunition by a person convicted of a violent crime 16-23-520 Use, transportation, manufacture, possession, purchase, or sale of teflon-coated ammunition 16-23-740 Hindering certain individuals or devices during the detection, disarming, or destruction of a destructive device 16-25-20(B)(3) Criminal domestic violence-Third offense 16-25-20 Commission of criminal domestic violence-Third or subsequent offense 16-25-30(B) Ship, transport, receive, or possess a firearm or ammunition, if the person has been convicted of particular domestic violence offenses 16-25-125(E) Unlawful entry upon the grounds of a domestic violence shelter while possessing a dangerous weapon 16-27-30 Animal fighting or baiting 16-27-40 Presence at facility where animal fighting or baiting is taking place Third and subsequent offenses 17-13-170 False, fictitious, fraudulent, or counterfeit picture identification for purpose of offering proof of lawful presence in the U. 56-11-250 Failure of a motor carrier to apply for a registration card and identification marker 56-17-10 Failure to purchase a license, keep records, supply information when required by law 56-19-240 Application for certificate, form, and contents (vehicle title) 56-19-480 Transfer and surrender of certificates, license plates, registration cards, and manufacturers serial plates of vehicles sold as salvage, abandoned, scrapped, or destroyed-Second and subsequent offenses 56-31-50(C) Rental company making a false report regarding certain personal property taxes 56-31-50(D) Misrepresentation of the amount of personal property taxes on a private passenger motor vehicle or rental vehicle paid or the amount of surcharges collected 57-25-145(C) Placing an outdoor sign advertising an adult or sexually-oriented business within one mile of a public highway 58-3-280 Restriction on employment of former commissioners by public utility 58-4-130 Restriction on outside employment of executive director 58-7-60(C)(1) Unlawful appropriation of gas that results in property damage in excess of ,000 or the risk of great bodily injury or death - first offense 58-7-60(E)(1) Aiding, abetting, or assisting another person in withdrawing and appropriating gas - first offense 58-7-70 Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas meters - first offense 58-7-70(C)(1) Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas meters for profit - first offense 58-7-70(D)(1) Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas meters for profit when violation results in property damage greater than ,000 or in risk of great bodily injury or death - first offense 58-15-875(D)(1) Unlawful conduct relating to railroad track material for recycling, first offense Violation by Railroads of Interstate Commerce Act Criminal penalty on individuals for violation of transportation of freight Injury due to negligence or carelessness of general railroad law Injury due to wilful violation of general railroad law 58-23-920 Insurance required of owners of motor vehicles transporting goods for hire-First offense 59-5-130 Members shall not contract with State Board of Education 59-69-260 Officials shall not acquire interest in claims or contracts (school funds) 61-2-240 Interference with an officer or use of abusive language by an officer or another person 61-4-1530 Operation of brewery or winery without permit 61-6-4010(B)(2) Unlawful manufacture, possession or sale of alcoholic liquors-Second offense 61-6-4025(b) Possession of unlawfully acquired or manufactured alcoholic liquors in a vehicle, vessel, or aircraft-Second offense 61-6-4030(b) Transportation of alcoholic liquors in a taxi or other vehicle for hire-Second offense 61-6-4040(b) Rendering aid in unlawful transportation of alcoholic liquor-Second offense 61-6-4060(B)(2) Unlawful storage of alcoholic liquor in a place of business-Second offense 61-6-4100(b) Manufacture, sale, or possession of unlawful distillery-Second offense 61-6-4110(b) Knowingly permitting or allowing a person to locate an unlawful distillery on a premise-Second offense 61-6-4120(b) Unlawful manufacture, transport, or possession of materials used in the manufacture of alcoholic liquors-Second offense 61-6-4130(b) Present at a place where alcoholic liquors are unlawfully manufactured-Second offense 61-6-4150(b) Unlawful sale of alcoholic liquor from a vehicle, vessel, or aircraft-Second offense 61-6-4160(b) Unlawful sale of alcoholic liquors on Sundays, election days, and other days-Second offense 61-6-4170(B)(2) Advertisement of alcoholic liquors from billboard-Second offense 61-6-4200 Unlawful disposal, rescue, or attempted disposal or rescue of alcoholic liquors 61-8-50 Violation of a restraining order against unlawful sale, barter, exchange, storage, or possession of alcoholic liquors 62-2-901 Destruction of or failure to deliver a will to a Judge of Probate 63-3-620 Contempt of court 63-5-20 Failure to provide reasonable support to a spouse or minor child 63-7-940 Dissemination of classified information 63-7-1990(A) Dissemination of confidential reports 63-11-90 Violations of Article 1, Child Welfare Agencies Disclosure of confidential records 63-13-40(B) Unlawful application for employment by an ex-convict 63-13-185(F) Unlawful administration of medicine to a child by childcare facility personnel 63-13-190(C) Unlawful application for employment by ex-convict 63-13-420(F) Application for operator license for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-430(E) Renewal application for operator license for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-620(E), (F) Application for statement of standard conformity or approval for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-630(E), (G) Renewal application for statement of standard conformity or approval for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-820(E), (F) Application for registration for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes 63-13-830(C), (D) Renewal application for registration for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes (D) Application for license or registration of church and religious centers for childcare facilities when persons convicted of certain crimes Unlawful release of information HISTORY: 1993 Act No. A felony or misdemeanor provided by statute or in common law which is not assigned a classification pursuant to Section 16-1-90 or 16-1-100 must be punished as provided before enactment of the classification system. (C) if the subsequent offense was committed within one hundred eighty days of his release, three years shall be added to the sentence mandated by the subsequent conviction. 106, Section 1, provides as follows: "This act may be cited as 'Mary Lynn's Law'." 2010 Act No.

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To bring you the best content on our sites and applications, Meredith partners with third party advertisers to serve digital ads, including personalized digital ads. A person who commits the offense of accessory after the fact must be punished based upon the classification below the punishment provided for the principal offense, except for Class A, Class B, and Class C felonies or murder. Classification of third or subsequent conviction of certain property crimes. Only those offenses specifically enumerated in this section are considered violent offenses. (B) For all offenders sentenced on or after July 1, 1993, the minimum term of imprisonment required by law does not apply to the offenses listed in Sections 16-1-90 and 16-1-100 unless the offense refers to a mandatory minimum sentence or the offense prohibits suspension of any part of the sentence. Code Commissioner's Note The crime classification tables are added by the Code Commissioner pursuant to Section 2-13-66, and updated annually. (A) A person convicted of classified offenses, must be imprisoned as follows: (1) for a Class A felony, not more than thirty years; (2) for a Class B felony, not more than twenty-five years; (3) for a Class C felony, not more than twenty years; (4) for a Class D felony, not more than fifteen years; (5) for a Class E felony, not more than ten years; (6) for a Class F felony, not more than five years; (7) for a Class A misdemeanor, not more than three years; (8) for a Class B misdemeanor, not more than two years; (9) for a Class C misdemeanor, not more than one year. (D) The following offenses are classified as exempt under subsections (A) and (B): 10-11-325(B)(1) Detonating an explosive or destructive device or igniting an incendiary device upon the capitol grounds or within the capitol building resulting in death of a person where there was malice aforethought (B) Possessing marijuana or controlled substances without appropriate stamps 16-1-40 Accessory before the fact 16-3-10 Murder 16-3-85(C)(1) Causing the death of a child by abuse or neglect 16-3-210(B) Assault and battery by mob in the first degree 16-3-655(C)(1) Engaging in Criminal Sexual Conduct with a minor in the First Degree 16-3-910 Kidnapping (if sentenced for murder) 16-3-1083(A)(2)(a) Violent crime that carries the death of, or bodily injury to in utero child 16-3-1280 False claim 16-3-2020(E) Trafficking in persons - 3rd or subsequent offense 16-7-10 Acts considered unlawful in area designated by Governor in emergency-looting 16-7-10(A)(2) Looting during state of emergency 16-9-290 Accepting bribes for purposes of procuring public office 16-11-311(B) Burglary-First degree 16-11-370 Robbery of operators of vehicles for hire 16-11-580(C)(1) Forest products violation (value more than

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A person who commits the offense of accessory after the fact must be punished based upon the classification below the punishment provided for the principal offense, except for Class A, Class B, and Class C felonies or murder. Classification of third or subsequent conviction of certain property crimes.

Only those offenses specifically enumerated in this section are considered violent offenses.

(B) For all offenders sentenced on or after July 1, 1993, the minimum term of imprisonment required by law does not apply to the offenses listed in Sections 16-1-90 and 16-1-100 unless the offense refers to a mandatory minimum sentence or the offense prohibits suspension of any part of the sentence.

Code Commissioner's Note The crime classification tables are added by the Code Commissioner pursuant to Section 2-13-66, and updated annually. (A) A person convicted of classified offenses, must be imprisoned as follows: (1) for a Class A felony, not more than thirty years; (2) for a Class B felony, not more than twenty-five years; (3) for a Class C felony, not more than twenty years; (4) for a Class D felony, not more than fifteen years; (5) for a Class E felony, not more than ten years; (6) for a Class F felony, not more than five years; (7) for a Class A misdemeanor, not more than three years; (8) for a Class B misdemeanor, not more than two years; (9) for a Class C misdemeanor, not more than one year.

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To bring you the best content on our sites and applications, Meredith partners with third party advertisers to serve digital ads, including personalized digital ads. A person who commits the offense of accessory after the fact must be punished based upon the classification below the punishment provided for the principal offense, except for Class A, Class B, and Class C felonies or murder. Classification of third or subsequent conviction of certain property crimes. Only those offenses specifically enumerated in this section are considered violent offenses. (B) For all offenders sentenced on or after July 1, 1993, the minimum term of imprisonment required by law does not apply to the offenses listed in Sections 16-1-90 and 16-1-100 unless the offense refers to a mandatory minimum sentence or the offense prohibits suspension of any part of the sentence. Code Commissioner's Note The crime classification tables are added by the Code Commissioner pursuant to Section 2-13-66, and updated annually. (A) A person convicted of classified offenses, must be imprisoned as follows: (1) for a Class A felony, not more than thirty years; (2) for a Class B felony, not more than twenty-five years; (3) for a Class C felony, not more than twenty years; (4) for a Class D felony, not more than fifteen years; (5) for a Class E felony, not more than ten years; (6) for a Class F felony, not more than five years; (7) for a Class A misdemeanor, not more than three years; (8) for a Class B misdemeanor, not more than two years; (9) for a Class C misdemeanor, not more than one year. (D) The following offenses are classified as exempt under subsections (A) and (B): 10-11-325(B)(1) Detonating an explosive or destructive device or igniting an incendiary device upon the capitol grounds or within the capitol building resulting in death of a person where there was malice aforethought (B) Possessing marijuana or controlled substances without appropriate stamps 16-1-40 Accessory before the fact 16-3-10 Murder 16-3-85(C)(1) Causing the death of a child by abuse or neglect 16-3-210(B) Assault and battery by mob in the first degree 16-3-655(C)(1) Engaging in Criminal Sexual Conduct with a minor in the First Degree 16-3-910 Kidnapping (if sentenced for murder) 16-3-1083(A)(2)(a) Violent crime that carries the death of, or bodily injury to in utero child 16-3-1280 False claim 16-3-2020(E) Trafficking in persons - 3rd or subsequent offense 16-7-10 Acts considered unlawful in area designated by Governor in emergency-looting 16-7-10(A)(2) Looting during state of emergency 16-9-290 Accepting bribes for purposes of procuring public office 16-11-311(B) Burglary-First degree 16-11-370 Robbery of operators of vehicles for hire 16-11-580(C)(1) Forest products violation (value more than $1,000 but less than $5,000) 1st offense 16-11-580(D)(1) Forest products violation (value at least $5,000) - 1st offense 16-13-80 Larceny of a bicycle valued more than $2,000 16-13-165(B)(5) Persons who unknowingly and unintentionally import, manufactures, sells, offers for sale, installs, leases, trades, or transfers a counterfeit or nonfunctioning airbag 16-15-20 Incest 16-15-110(3) Prostitution-third or subsequent offense 16-17-735 False assertion of authority of law, in attempt to intimidate or hinder state or local official in discharge of duties, by threats or use of sham legal process. 16-23-715(1) Use of weapons of mass destruction resulting in death 16-23-715(2) Use of weapons of mass destruction not resulting in death 16-23-720(A)(1) Detonating a destructive device or causing an explosion, or aiding, counseling, or procuring an explosion by means of detonation of a destructive device which results in death of a person where there was malice aforethought 23-3-470(B) (1) Failure of sex offender to register-First offense 23-3-470(B) (2) Failure of sex offender to register-Second offense 23-36-170(c), (d) Penalty (violation of South Carolina Explosives Control Act) 23-3-650(C) Willful disclosure of certain information contained in State DNA Database to a person not entitled to receive it 23-3-650(D) Willfully obtaining DNA information contained in State DNA Database without authorization Third, fourth, or subsequent offenses 24-13-430(A) Inciting prisoners to riot 25-1-2957 Recklessly endangering the life of another 25-7-30 Giving information respecting national or state defense to foreign contacts during war 38-25-330 Violation of a provision contained in the provisions relating to the unauthorized transaction of insurance business 38-41-20 Multiple employer self-insured health plan transacting business without a license (C) Knowing and willfully using an object or tool to produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark or possessing an object with intent to produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark 39-22-90(A)(8) State warehouse system violation 40-55-170(A) Practicing psychology without being licensed as required by chapter 44-4-530(C) Failure of persons subject to quarantine to comply 44-4-530(D) Entry into isolation or quarantine are by unauthorized person 44-53-370(e)(1)(a)3 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in marijuana, 10 pounds or more, but less than 100 pounds) Third or subsequent offenses 44-53-370(e)(1)(b) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in marijuana, 100 pounds or more of marijuana, but less than 2,000 pounds) 44-53-370(e)(1)(c) Prohibited Acts A, (trafficking in marijuana, 2000 pounds or more, but less than 10,000 pounds) 44-53-370(e)(1)(d) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in marijuana, 10,000 pounds of marijuana or more) 44-53-370(e)(2)(a)3 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in cocaine, 10 grams or more, but less than 28 grams) Third or subsequent offense 44-53-370(e)(2)(b)3 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in cocaine, 28 grams or more, but less than 100 grams) 44-53-370(e)(2)(c) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in cocaine, 100 grams or more, but less than 200 grams) 44-53-370(e)(2)(d) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in cocaine, 200 grams or more, but less than 400 grams) 44-53-370(e)(2)(e) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in cocaine, 400 grams or more) 44-53-370(e)(3)(a)2 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in illegal drugs, 4 grams or more, but less than 14 grams) Second or subsequent offense 44-53-370(e)(3)(b) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in illegal drugs, 14 grams or more, but less than 28 grams) 44-53-370(e)(3)(c) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in illegal drugs, 28 grams or more) 44-53-370(e)(4)(a)2 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in methaqualone, 15 grams or more, but less than 150 grams) Second or subsequent offense 44-53-370(e)(4)(b) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in methaqualone, 150 grams but less than 1,500 grams) 44-53-370(e)(4)(c) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in methaqualone, possession of 1,500 grams, but less than 15 kilograms of methaqualone) 44-53-370(e)(4)(d) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in methaqualone, 15 kilograms or more) 44-53-370(e)(5)(c) Prohibited Acts, penalties (trafficking in LSD, 1,000 dosage units or more) 44-53-375(C)(1)(c) Trafficking in ice, crank, or crack cocaine 10 grams or more, but less than 28 grams Third or subsequent offense 44-53-375(C)(2)(c) Trafficking in ice, crank, or crack cocaine 28 grams or more, but less than 100 grams Third or subsequent offense 44-53-375(C)(3) Trafficking in ice, crank, or crack cocaine 100 grams or more, but less than 200 grams 44-53-375(C)(4) Trafficking in ice, crank, or crack cocaine 200 grams or more, but less than 400 grams 44-53-375(C)(5) Trafficking in ice, crank, or crack cocaine 400 grams or more 44-53-420 Attempting or conspiring to commit an offense made unlawful by Title 44, Chapter 53, Article 3 46-9-90 State Pest Commission violation, second offense 46-21-655 Seed certification violations 47-3-950 Wrongfully obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over a guide dog or service animal 47-19-120(a) Interference with person performing official duties under chapter concerning Poultry Products Inspection Law (Violation of Sections 47-19-70 through 47-19-110) 56-5-2780(B)(1) Unlawfully passing a stopped school bus where great bodily injury results 56-5-2947 Child endangerment 56-5-5670(H)(1) Unlawful disposal of a vehicle - 2nd or subsequent offense 56-5-5670(H)(2) Falsifying information on an application, form, or affidavit required for the disposal of a vehicle 56-5-5945(H)(1) Unlawful disposal of a vehicle - 2nd or subsequent offense 56-5-5945(H)(2) Falsifying information on an application, form, or affidavit required for the disposal of a vehicle 56-15-590 Failure of a motor vehicle auction to keep required records or make them available for inspection 56-15-870 Injuring a railroad or a electric railway Death that results from obstructing a railroad 63-11-90 Violations of provisions contained in Title 63, Chapter 11, Article 1 63-13-170 Violation of childcare facilities requirements Childcare operator refusing inspection and violating fire and health safety requirements HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 16-11; 1960 (51) 1602, 1917; 1969 (56) 730; 1972 (57) 2597; 1980 Act No. To make it easy to understand the criminal record reports you receive from us we’ve compiled this list of North Carolina County Codes and Abbreviations for your reference.Click the tab for your area of interest and scan through the codes. Probation and conditional discharge: Criteria; periods; continuation or termination. Compliance with conditions during interrupted period.

,000 but less than ,000) 1st offense 16-11-580(D)(1) Forest products violation (value at least ,000) - 1st offense 16-13-80 Larceny of a bicycle valued more than ,000 16-13-165(B)(5) Persons who unknowingly and unintentionally import, manufactures, sells, offers for sale, installs, leases, trades, or transfers a counterfeit or nonfunctioning airbag 16-15-20 Incest 16-15-110(3) Prostitution-third or subsequent offense 16-17-735 False assertion of authority of law, in attempt to intimidate or hinder state or local official in discharge of duties, by threats or use of sham legal process. 16-23-715(1) Use of weapons of mass destruction resulting in death 16-23-715(2) Use of weapons of mass destruction not resulting in death 16-23-720(A)(1) Detonating a destructive device or causing an explosion, or aiding, counseling, or procuring an explosion by means of detonation of a destructive device which results in death of a person where there was malice aforethought 23-3-470(B) (1) Failure of sex offender to register-First offense 23-3-470(B) (2) Failure of sex offender to register-Second offense 23-36-170(c), (d) Penalty (violation of South Carolina Explosives Control Act) 23-3-650(C) Willful disclosure of certain information contained in State DNA Database to a person not entitled to receive it 23-3-650(D) Willfully obtaining DNA information contained in State DNA Database without authorization Third, fourth, or subsequent offenses 24-13-430(A) Inciting prisoners to riot 25-1-2957 Recklessly endangering the life of another 25-7-30 Giving information respecting national or state defense to foreign contacts during war 38-25-330 Violation of a provision contained in the provisions relating to the unauthorized transaction of insurance business 38-41-20 Multiple employer self-insured health plan transacting business without a license (C) Knowing and willfully using an object or tool to produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark or possessing an object with intent to produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark 39-22-90(A)(8) State warehouse system violation 40-55-170(A) Practicing psychology without being licensed as required by chapter 44-4-530(C) Failure of persons subject to quarantine to comply 44-4-530(D) Entry into isolation or quarantine are by unauthorized person 44-53-370(e)(1)(a)3 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in marijuana, 10 pounds or more, but less than 100 pounds) Third or subsequent offenses 44-53-370(e)(1)(b) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in marijuana, 100 pounds or more of marijuana, but less than 2,000 pounds) 44-53-370(e)(1)(c) Prohibited Acts A, (trafficking in marijuana, 2000 pounds or more, but less than 10,000 pounds) 44-53-370(e)(1)(d) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in marijuana, 10,000 pounds of marijuana or more) 44-53-370(e)(2)(a)3 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in cocaine, 10 grams or more, but less than 28 grams) Third or subsequent offense 44-53-370(e)(2)(b)3 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in cocaine, 28 grams or more, but less than 100 grams) 44-53-370(e)(2)(c) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in cocaine, 100 grams or more, but less than 200 grams) 44-53-370(e)(2)(d) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in cocaine, 200 grams or more, but less than 400 grams) 44-53-370(e)(2)(e) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in cocaine, 400 grams or more) 44-53-370(e)(3)(a)2 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in illegal drugs, 4 grams or more, but less than 14 grams) Second or subsequent offense 44-53-370(e)(3)(b) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in illegal drugs, 14 grams or more, but less than 28 grams) 44-53-370(e)(3)(c) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in illegal drugs, 28 grams or more) 44-53-370(e)(4)(a)2 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in methaqualone, 15 grams or more, but less than 150 grams) Second or subsequent offense 44-53-370(e)(4)(b) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in methaqualone, 150 grams but less than 1,500 grams) 44-53-370(e)(4)(c) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in methaqualone, possession of 1,500 grams, but less than 15 kilograms of methaqualone) 44-53-370(e)(4)(d) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in methaqualone, 15 kilograms or more) 44-53-370(e)(5)(c) Prohibited Acts, penalties (trafficking in LSD, 1,000 dosage units or more) 44-53-375(C)(1)(c) Trafficking in ice, crank, or crack cocaine 10 grams or more, but less than 28 grams Third or subsequent offense 44-53-375(C)(2)(c) Trafficking in ice, crank, or crack cocaine 28 grams or more, but less than 100 grams Third or subsequent offense 44-53-375(C)(3) Trafficking in ice, crank, or crack cocaine 100 grams or more, but less than 200 grams 44-53-375(C)(4) Trafficking in ice, crank, or crack cocaine 200 grams or more, but less than 400 grams 44-53-375(C)(5) Trafficking in ice, crank, or crack cocaine 400 grams or more 44-53-420 Attempting or conspiring to commit an offense made unlawful by Title 44, Chapter 53, Article 3 46-9-90 State Pest Commission violation, second offense 46-21-655 Seed certification violations 47-3-950 Wrongfully obtaining or exerting unauthorized control over a guide dog or service animal 47-19-120(a) Interference with person performing official duties under chapter concerning Poultry Products Inspection Law (Violation of Sections 47-19-70 through 47-19-110) 56-5-2780(B)(1) Unlawfully passing a stopped school bus where great bodily injury results 56-5-2947 Child endangerment 56-5-5670(H)(1) Unlawful disposal of a vehicle - 2nd or subsequent offense 56-5-5670(H)(2) Falsifying information on an application, form, or affidavit required for the disposal of a vehicle 56-5-5945(H)(1) Unlawful disposal of a vehicle - 2nd or subsequent offense 56-5-5945(H)(2) Falsifying information on an application, form, or affidavit required for the disposal of a vehicle 56-15-590 Failure of a motor vehicle auction to keep required records or make them available for inspection 56-15-870 Injuring a railroad or a electric railway Death that results from obstructing a railroad 63-11-90 Violations of provisions contained in Title 63, Chapter 11, Article 1 63-13-170 Violation of childcare facilities requirements Childcare operator refusing inspection and violating fire and health safety requirements HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 16-11; 1960 (51) 1602, 1917; 1969 (56) 730; 1972 (57) 2597; 1980 Act No. To make it easy to understand the criminal record reports you receive from us we’ve compiled this list of North Carolina County Codes and Abbreviations for your reference.Click the tab for your area of interest and scan through the codes. Probation and conditional discharge: Criteria; periods; continuation or termination. Compliance with conditions during interrupted period.

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  1. Rev. 6/2/2018 PM--2017 CHAPTER 199 - CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC JUSTICE. BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION. NRS 199.010 Bribery of judicial officer.

  2. C The peace officer has been convicted at any time of a felony offense under the laws of this state or has been convicted of a federal or out-of-state offense comparable to a felony under the laws of this state; except that if a certified peace officer was convicted of a felony before being employed as a peace officer, and the circumstances.

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