you can be charged with anything the question is can u go to jail and are they aloud to
Possession of marijuana is a crime that can cost someone up to $1000 in fines and up to one year in jail on the first conviction. Repeat convictions will increase the penalties.
He may, but if he is caught with such in his possession, he could also be charged with carrying a concealed weapon (for the knife in his pocket or a sheath, and for possession of the sword as a felon carrying a weapon.
Yes. You can be charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
If you are charged with possession with intent to sell or deliver, it is a class B felony. If you are only charged with possession it is a misdemeanor.
yes, for example:If to people are in a car and one person is in possession, then you will both be charged.
Yes. It is called Concurrent Possession.
That's too broad of a question to answer. It depends on several things, mainly what state you are in and what you are charged with. In some instances, it can be nothing but a fine, but in some instances, you can go to jail. For instance, in Tennessee, you might be charged with simple possession of a weapon, but you might be charged with "intent to go armed." One is a misdemeanor, one is a felony.
No, you can only be charged if you have possession of the firearm.
I'm pretty sure you don't need to have a usable amount to be charged with possession, any amount that is enough to test positively for Marijuana is enough to be charged for possession.
Lil' Wayne was charged with possession of a weapon, possession of Marijuana, selling drugs, and possession of an uncontrolled sustance.
If the investigators can prove you stole it, you can be charged and convicted.
A possession offense is usually being charged of possessing something illegal in the country you are being charged such as drugs, or paraphernalia (property/images etc...) depending on what the possession is and the amount of what ever it is you are charged with possessing it can be a minor or a federal offense. Possession with intent to distribute can in some places earn you a life sentence or a sentence of death (ex: Thailand).
yes, if you own it and/or it's on your property (house, car etc) you can assume it to be 'in your possession'.
If drugs were found on you then you were in possession so yes you can be charged. You may or may not be convicted.
its not considered drug possession, but unfortunately, you can be charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. stupid law, but true.
Convictions- or a charge pending trial- is a disqualifier. Charged, but charge dropped or found not guilty- NOT a disqualifier.
Nothing at all. There is absolutely nothing you can be charged with for being with someone in possession of marijuana.
Yes, any person who has been convicted of felony or is on parole is forbidden to be in possession of a firearm and could be federally charged if the authorities find out.
Yes. As with any crime, you can be charged as long as probable cause exists.
yes, you can. You can be charged not only for the theft, but also for possession if you're really unlucky.
Yes, it will show that you were arrested and then charged with the crime. But it will show you were never convicted of it.
Get a lawyer. No one on the internet is going to be able to adequately answer your question. Possession of ecstasy is a felony, so if you had a gun at the time, you might be charged...
Depends on what the felon was charged with.