How long do you stay in jail for organized crime?
That may depend on the severity of the crime and the ruling by the court.
The time you stay in jail varies with the crime and/or fines that are imposed. If you are behind on child support, the length of jail time can vary from 6 months to 1 year. If you did not pay fines for a traffic ticket, there may be no jail time depending on the violation, and the case is sent to collections and your license is suspended or revoked.
Jail terms are set by statute and applied within policy by judges. There is no overall sentence for all crimes. Added; (in the US) A misdemeanor is a crime for which (by statute) you can be sentenced not more than one year in the County Jail. A felony is a crime for which (by statute) you can be sentenced to more than one year in state prison.