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).
Possession of WHAT?
the team that has the ball in their possession
what is the punishment for a minor in possession of alcohol in Massachusetts?
The phrase encompasses ALL of the other crimes which COULD be charged with the offense (i.e.:possession of a prohibited weapon - possession of an-unregistered firearm - carrying a ocncealed weapon - etc- etc).
In the state of Maryland, a minor in possession of alcohol is either a civil offense or juvenile delinquency. For minors younger than 18 it is juvenile delinquency and for minors 18 to 21, it is a civil offense.
Yes. Possession of marijuana is a criminal offense under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. You don't have to be the owner - you just have to have, or possess, the marijuana. There are medical exceptions. If you are charged with possession of marijuana, you should speak to a lawyer.
Yes, it is a misdemeanor offense.
if you have the ball in your possession then your on offense if not your on defense
Yes and in most states it is a misdemenor.
She played forward aka offense
A team is on offense when they have possession of the ball.
for simply possessing a alcoholic beverage under 21 for 1st offense is a violation.
Not enough info given in the question to answer with certainty -but- 'simple possession' is not usually charged as a felony offense.
There isn't any limitation on this offense.
As long as there was a clear change of possession to the defense before they fumbled the ball back to the offense, then the offense would keep the ball and get a new set of downs. If the defense fumbled the ball back to the offense without ever establishing possession, then the ball would go over to the defense on downs. The only way the offense could retain possession in this case is if the ball ended up beyond the first-down marker when the offense finally recovered.
It's hard to get MORE serious than this charge. A lesser included offense might refer to, for example: Unlawful possession of ammunition - Carrying a concealed weapon - Brandishing a firearm - Possession of a prohibitted weapon - Etc - Etc).
Sometimes. Each state defines crimes individually. Often, a first offense possession of less than an ounce of marijuana is a misdemeanor, while possession of more or possession with intent to distribute is a felony.
what kind of noun is possession