Review the schedules of controlled substances. Schedule I drugs are most likely to be abused and have no medical use, such as marijuana.
Sexual predators and offenders are those convicted of sex crimes. Predators have been convicted of a first-degree or two second-degree felony sex crimes.
Black market prescription drug sales may include illegally selling drugs like pain pills, antidepressants, and stimulants. Penalties can include jail and fines.
Some juvenile offenders will be sentenced to a juvenile probation program, which is similar to adult probation. Violations could lead to confinement in a detention facility.
A juvenile’s criminal record could be sealed – no longer accessible to the public – or expunged – permanently destroyed. Eligibility will depend on the type of crime.
A grand theft charge generally applies to certain types of property or those with a value of $300 or more. Those accused could face up to first-degree felony charges.
Juvenile felonies and misdemeanors differ in punishment and consequences. Sentences may include juvenile detention, payment of fines, community service and more.