It really depends on a lot of things. Being...
Your past record,
the cops that are arresting you,
how much mj is on you (more than an o?),
what county in Texas you're in (hopefully Travis),
the lawyer you hire,
were you inside a vehicle?
If it's a first offense, most likely you will get community service and have to take a drug enforcement education program of sorts in your county (slap on the wrist). Your biggest fee will probably be your lawyer and to get it expunged off your record in a year. Depending on the county most likely no drug testing/probation. Don't worry too much and think positive thoughts.
An advantage of community service is that it can enhance your resume. A disadvantage of community service is that it can be a form of punishment. ^^ ;)
Some schools do institute community service as punishment. This is an alternative to standard expulsion and offers a way for the offender to give back to the community.
Usually community service.
Community based punishment is usually referred to as community service. This is often given instead of a prison or jail term.
It depends on how much you are caught with, and your previous record if you have one. It also depends on your own country's or region's laws. You can get anywhere from community service to multiple years in prison;poo
No, it is not the same thing, you can get both at the same time as punishment.
Mary Barker has written: 'Community service and crime prevention' -- subject(s): Community service (Punishment), Crime prevention
Typically it would be a fine and possibly community service.
Bigamy is punishment enough.... Actually, there is no set term - I found references from "suspended with community service" to three years.
The punishment for forging a signature on a legal document is 2-9 yrs. in jail, community service, or juvy
It's going to depend on which state you live in. In Texas, it's typically a small fine ($300) and maybe some community service. It's generally a misdemeanor if it's a small amount.
* Death Sentence * Fine * Community Service * Suspension/Expulsion
First offense for possession only, you should be ok. You will probably have a fine, community service & possibly probation. Stay on your parent's good side. Sometimes their opinions are factored into punishment. Good Luck.
In Georgia the punishment for burglary is up to 10 years jail time, community service, 15 days on probation, or $1,000-5,000 fine.
Liz Hoggarth has written: 'Planning yourtraining programme' -- subject(s): Training of, Volunteers 'Selection for community service orders' -- subject(s): Case studies, Community service (Punishment)
Depending on the community, there will be either a 'disorderly conduct' ticket or most likely the juvenile causing the damage will have to pay for damages and/or community service.
100 dollars for less than an ounce, no jail time. maybe community service if you are a juvenile
Modern countries have mostly banned the use if instruments (physical things) to inflict punishment. Punishments now include time in prison, community service, probation, detention and fines.
School service is helping out your school. Where community service is helping anywhere in your community.
community service is when you help the community or your environment such as the people. act of helpful activity; help; aid: to do someone a service that has to do with a community.
you will either give you a court date, do community service and give you a fine. and this will be a minor charge on your record and will be erased when you turn 18.
He is doing 6 months community service. So sad I bet he will make a song while he is doing it