2012 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 16 - Crimes and Offenses
Chapter 1 - FELONIES AND MISDEMEANORS; ACCESSORIES
Section 16-1-90 - Crimes classified as felonies.


SC Code § 16-1-90 (2012) What's This?

(A) The following offenses are Class A felonies and the maximum terms established for a Class A felony, not more than thirty years, as set forth in Section 16-1-20(A), apply:

10-11-325(B)(2) Detonating an explosive or destructive device or

igniting an incendiary device upon the capitol

grounds or within the capitol building resulting

in death to a person where there was not malice

aforethought

16-3-50 Manslaughter--voluntary

16-3-29 Attempted murder

16-3-652 Criminal sexual conduct

First degree

16-3-655(C)(2) Criminal sexual conduct, 1st degree, with minor

less than 16, 2nd offense

16-3-656 Assault with intent to commit criminal sexual

conduct

First degree

16-3-658 Criminal sexual conduct where victim is legal

spouse (separated)

First degree

16-3-910 Kidnapping

16-3-920 Conspiracy to commit kidnapping

16-3-1050(F) Abuse or neglect of a vulnerable adult resulting

in death

16-3-1075(B)(2) Carjacking (great bodily injury)

16-3-2020(D) Trafficking in persons - 2nd offense

16-11-110(A) Arson in the first degree

16-11-330(A) Robbery while armed with a deadly weapon

16-11-380(A) Entering bank with intent to steal money,

securities for money, or property, by force,

intimidation, or threats

16-11-390 Safecracking

16-11-523(D)(2) Injuring real property when illegally obtaining

nonferrous metals and the act results in the

death of a person

16-23-720(A)(2) Detonating a destructive device or causing an

explosion, or intentionally aiding, counseling,

or procuring an explosion by means of detonation

of a destructive device which results in the

death of a person where there was not malice

aforethought

24-13-450 Taking of a hostage by an inmate

25-7-30 Giving information respecting national or state

defense to foreign contacts in time of war

25-7-40 Gathering information for an enemy

43-35-85(F), 16-3-1050(F) Abuse or neglect of a vulnerable adult resulting

in death

44-53-370 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (b)(1) (narcotic

drugs in Schedules I(b) and (c), LSD, and

Schedule II) second, third, or subsequent

offense

44-53-370(e)(2)(a)2 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in

cocaine, 10 grams or more but less than 28

grams)

Second offense

44-53-370(e)(2)(b)2 Prohibited Acts, penalties (trafficking in

cocaine, 28 grams or more but less than 100

grams)

Second offense

44-53-370(e)(5)(a)2 Prohibited Acts, penalties (trafficking in LSD,

100 dosage units or more but less than 500

dosage units)

Second offense

44-53-370(e)(5)(b)2 Prohibited Acts, penalties (trafficking in LSD,

500 dosage units or more but less than 1,000

dosage units)

Second offense

44-53-370(e)(5)(a)3 Prohibited Acts, penalties (trafficking in LSD,

100 dosage units or more, but less than 500

dosage units)

Third or subsequent offense

44-53-370(e)(5)(b)3 Prohibited Acts, penalties (trafficking in LSD,

500 dosage units or more, but less than 1,000

dosage units)

Third or subsequent offense

44-53-370(e)(6)(d) Prohibited Acts, penalties (trafficking in

flunitrazepam, 5 kilograms or more)

44-53-370(e)(8)(a)(ii) Trafficking in MDMA or ecstasy, 100 dosage units

but less than 500--Second offense

44-53-370(e)(8)(a)(iii) Trafficking in MDMA or ecstasy, 100 dosage units

but less than 500--Third or subsequent offense

44-53-370(e)(8)(b)(ii) Trafficking in MDMA or ecstasy, 100 dosage units

but less than 1000--Third or subsequent offense

44-53-370(e)(8)(b)(iii) Trafficking in MDMA or ecstasy, 100 dosage units

but less than 1000--Third or subsequent offense

44-53-370(g)(1)(b) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (distribution of

narcotic drugs in Schedules I(b) and (c), LSD,

and Schedule II with intent to commit a crime)

Second offense

44-53-370(g)(1)(c) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (distribution of

narcotic drugs in Schedules I(b) and (c), LSD,

and Schedule II with intent to commit a crime)

Third or subsequent offense

44-53-375(B)(2) Manufacture, distribution of methamphetamine or

cocaine base, second offense

44-53-375(B)(3) Manufacture, distribution, etc., methamphetamine,

or cocaine base

Third or subsequent offense

44-53-375(C)(1)(b) Trafficking in ice, crank, or crack cocaine (10

grams or more but less than 28 grams)

Second offense

44-53-375(C)(2)(b) Trafficking in ice, crank, or crack cocaine (28

grams or more but less than 100 grams)

44-53-375(E)(a)(ii) and Trafficking in nine grams or more, but less than

(iii) twenty-eight grams of ephedrine,

pseudoephedrine, or phenylpropanolamine second

of subsequent offense

44-53-375(F)(1)(e) Trafficking in four hundred grams or more of

ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, or

phenylpropanolamine

Second offense

55-1-30(3) Unlawful removing or damaging of airport facility

or equipment when death results

56-5-1030(B)(3) Interference with traffic-control devices or

railroad signs or signals prohibited when death

results from violation

58-17-4090 Penalty for obstruction of railroad

(B) The following offenses are Class B felonies and the maximum terms established for a Class B felony, not more than twenty-five years, as set forth in Section 16-1-20(A), apply:

10-11-325(B)(3) Detonating an explosive or destructive device or

igniting an incendiary device upon the capitol

ground or within the capitol building resulting in

injury to a person

10-11-325(B)(4) Detonating an explosive or destructive device or

igniting an incendiary device upon the capitol

grounds or within the capitol building resulting in

damage to real or personal property

16-3-210(C) Assault and battery by mob in the second degree

16-11-110(B) Arson in the second degree

16-23-720(A)(3) Detonating a destructive device, or causing an

explosion, or aiding, counseling, or procuring an

explosion by means of detonation of a destructive

device resulting in injury to a person

16-23-720(B) Causing an explosion by means of a destructive device,

or aiding, counseling, or procuring an explosion by

means of a destructive device which results in

damage to real or personal property, or attempting

to injure a person or damage or destroy real or

property by means of a destructive device

44-53-370(e)(1)(a)(3) Trafficking in marijuana, 10 pounds or more (third or

subsequent offense)

44-53-370(e)(2)(b)1 Prohibited Acts, penalties (trafficking in cocaine, 28

grams or more, but less than 100 grams)

First offense

44-53-370(e)(3)(a)1 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in illegal

drugs, 4 grams or more, but less than 14 grams)

44-53-370(e)(5)(b)1 Prohibited Acts, penalties (trafficking in LSD, 500

dosage units or more, but less than 1000 dosage

units)

First offense

44-53-370(e)(6)(a)(2) Prohibited Acts, penalties (trafficking in

flunitrazepam, 1 gram)

Second or subsequent offense

44-53-370(e)(6)(c) Prohibited Acts, penalties (trafficking in

flunitrazepam, 1000 grams but less than 5 kilograms)

44-53-370(e)(7)(b) Trafficking in gamma hydroxybutyric acid (second or

subsequent offense)

44-53-370(e)(8)(b)(i) Trafficking in MDMA or ecstasy, 100 dosage units but

less than 1000--First offense

44-53-370(e)(8)(c) Trafficking in MDMA or ecstasy, 1000 or more dosage

units

44-53-370(g)(2)(c) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (distribution of

controlled substances with intent to commit a crime)

Third or subsequent offense

44-53-375(E)(1)(b)(i) Trafficking in twenty-eight grams or more, but less

and (c) than four hundred grams of ephedrine,

pseudoephedrine, or phenylpropanolamine

44-53-375(C)(2)(a) Trafficking in ice, crank, crack cocaine 28 grams or

more, but less than 100 grams

First offense

50-21-113(A)(2) Operating or controlling a moving water device while

under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or a

combination of both when death results

50-21-130(A)(3) Failure of an operator of a vessel involved in a

collision resulting in death to stop and render

assistance

56-5-750(C)(2) Failure to stop for a law enforcement vehicle (death

occurs)

56-5-1210(A)(3) Failure to stop a vehicle involved in an accident when

death occurs

56-5-2945(A)(2) Causing great bodily injury or death by operating

vehicle while under influence of drugs or alcohol,

death resulting

(C) The following offenses are Class C felonies and the maximum terms established for a Class C felony, not more than twenty years, as set forth in Section 16-1-20(A), apply:

16-3-70 Administering or attempting to administer poison

16-3-75 Unlawful and malicious tampering with human drug

product or food

16-3-85(C)(2) Aiding in the death of a child by abuse or neglect

16-3-95(A) Inflicting great bodily injury upon a child

16-3-600(B) Aggravated assault and battery

16-3-653 Criminal sexual conduct

Second degree

16-3-655(C)(3) Criminal sexual conduct, 2nd degree, with minor between

11 and 14 or at least 14 and less than 16 if actor in

familial or custodial position

16-3-656 Assault with intent to commit criminal sexual conduct

Second degree

16-3-658 Criminal sexual conduct in second degree where victim

is legal spouse (separated)

16-3-810 Engaging child under 18 for sexual performance

16-3-1075(B)(1) Carjacking

16-11-330(B) Attempted armed robbery

16-11-350 Train robbery by stopping train

16-11-360 Robbery after entry upon train

16-11-380(B) Stealing money, securities for money, or property, by

force, intimidation, or threats, from a person who

has just used a bank night depository, an ATM, or

another automated banking device

16-15-395 Sexual exploitation of a minor

16-15-415 Promoting prostitution of a minor

25-7-30 Giving information respecting national or state defense

to foreign contacts (violation during peacetime)

44-53-370(b)(2) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (manufacture or possession

of other substances in Schedule I, II, III, with

intent to distribute)

Third or subsequent offense

44-53-370(e)(1)(a)2 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in marijuana,

10 pounds or more, but less than 100 pounds)

Second offense

44-53-370(e)(6)(b) Prohibited Acts, penalties (trafficking in

flunitrazepam, 100 grams but less than 1000 grams)

44-53-370(g)(1)(a) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (distribution of narcotic

drugs in Schedules I(b) and (c), LSD, and Schedule II

with intent to commit a crime)

First offense

44-53-370(g)(2)(b) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (distribution of

controlled substances with intent to commit a crime)

Second offense

44-53-440 Distribution of controlled substance under Sections

44-53-370(a) and 44-53-375(B) to persons under 18

44-53-475 Transportation or attempt to transfer monetary

instruments derived from unlawful drug activity

44-53-475(A)(1) Financial transactions involving property derived from

unlawful drug activity

44-53-475(A)(3) Concealment of property derived from unlawful drug

activity

56-1-1105(B)(2) Unlawful driving by habitual offender resulting in

death

58-15-870 Injuring railroad or electric railway generally if act

endangers life

(D) The following offenses are Class D felonies and the maximum terms established for a Class D felony, not more than fifteen years, as set forth in Section 16-1-20(A), apply:

10-11-325(A) Possessing, having readily accessible, or

transporting onto the capitol grounds or within

the capitol building an explosive, destructive,

or incendiary device

16-1-55 Accessory after the fact of a Class A, B, or C

Felony

16-3-655(C) Criminal sexual conduct with a minor - 3rd degree

16-3-1090(B) Assist another person in committing suicide

16-3-1045 Use or employment of person under eighteen to

commit certain crimes

16-3-1050(E) Abuse or neglect of a vulnerable adult resulting in

great bodily injury

16-3-1730(C) Stalking within ten years of a conviction of

harassment or stalking

16-3-2020(C) Trafficking in persons - 1st offense

16-11-110(C) Arson--third degree

16-11-312 Burglary--second degree

16-11-312(C)(2) aggravated burglary--second degree

16-11-325 Common law robbery

16-11-523(D)(1) Obtaining nonferrous metals unlawfully resulting in

great bodily injury

16-11-525(D)(1) Injuring real property when illegally obtaining

nonferrous metals and the act results in great

bodily injury to person

16-15-355 Disseminating obscene material to a minor 12 years

or younger

16-23-720(C) Possessing, manufacturing, transporting,

distributing, possessing with the intent to

distribute any explosive device, substance, or

material configured to damage, injure, or kill a

person, or possessing materials which when

assembled constitute a destructive device

16-23-720(D) Threaten by means of a destructive weapon

16-23-720(E) Harboring one known to have violated provisions

relating to bombs, weapons of mass destruction

and destructive devises

16-23-730 Communicating or transmitting to a person that a

hoax device or replica is a destructive device or

detonator with intent to intimidate or threaten

injury, obtain property, or interfere with the

ability of a person or government to conduct its

affairs

16-23-750 Communicating or aiding and abetting the

communication of a threat or conveying false

information concerning an attempt to kill,

injure, or intimidate a person or damage property

or destroy by means of an explosive, incendiary,

or destructive device (second or subsequent

offense)

24-3-210 Furloughs for qualified inmates of state prison

system--Failure to return (See section 24-13-410)

24-13-410(B) Escaping or attempting to escape from prison or

possessing tools or weapons used to escape

24-13-470 Inmate throwing bodily fluids on a correctional

facility employee

43-35-85(B) Abusing or neglecting a vulnerable adult that

results in great bodily injury

43-35-85(D), 16-3-1050(E) Abuse or neglect of a vulnerable adult resulting in

great bodily injury

44-53-370(b)(1) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (narcotic drugs in

Schedule I (b) and (c), LSD, and Schedule II)

First offense

44-53-370 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (g)(2)(a)

(distribution of controlled substances with

intent to commit a crime)

First offense

44-53-375(B)(1) Manufacture, distribution, etc., methamphetamine or

cocaine

First offense

44-53-445(B)(2) Distribution, manufacture, sale, or possession of

crack cocaine within proximity of a school

44-53-577 Unlawful to hire, solicit, direct a person under 17

years of age to transport, conceal, or conduct

financial transaction relating to unlawful drug

activity

50-21-113(A)(1) Operating a moving water device while under the

influence of alcohol or drugs where great bodily

injury results

56-5-2945(A)(1) Causing great bodily injury by operating vehicle

while under influence of drugs or alcohol

(E) The following offenses are Class E felonies and the maximum terms established for a Class E felony, not more than ten years, as set forth in Section 16-1-20(A), apply:

7-25-50 Bribery at elections

Second offense

7-25-60 Procuring or offering to procure votes by bribery

Second or subsequent offense

7-25-80 Threatening, intimidating, or abusing voters

8-1-20 Illegal collecting and retaining rebates, commissions,

or discounts (public officers/employees)

8-13-705 Offering, giving, soliciting, or receiving anything of

value to influence action of public employee,

member, or official

9-16-350 Use of any information concerning State Retirement

Systems Investment Panel activities by member or

employee to obtain economic interest

15-49-20(H) Falsifying affidavit in order to obtain employment

after having been convicted of an offense requiring

registration as a sex offender

16-1-55 Accessory after the fact of a Class D Felony

16-1-57 Third or subsequent conviction of certain property

crimes

16-3-600(C) First degree assault and battery

16-3-615 Spousal sexual battery

16-3-625 Resisting arrest with deadly weapon

16-3-654 Criminal sexual conduct

Third degree

16-3-656 Assault with intent to commit criminal sexual conduct

Third degree

16-3-820 Promoting, producing, or directing a sexual

performance by a child under 18

16-3-1060 No person may accept fee, compensation, etc. (for

relinquishing the custody of a child for adoption)

16-3-1730(B) Stalking while injunction or restraining order

prohibiting this conduct is in effect

16-7-160(2) Illegal use of stink bombs or other devices containing

foul or offensive odors--bodily harm results

16-8-20(B)(2) Teaching, demonstrating the use, application, or

making of a firearm or destructive device (second or

subsequent offense)

16-8-240(B) Use of or threat of physical violence by criminal gang

member

16-8-250(B) Preventing or attempting to prevent a witness or

victim from attending or giving testimony at a trial

that concerns criminal gang activity

16-9-220 Acceptance of bribes by officers

16-9-320(B) Assaulting police officer serving process or while

resisting arrest

16-9-340 Intimidation of court officials, jurors, or witnesses

16-9-410(C)(1) Aiding escapes from prison, for prisoners serving term

of incarceration

16-11-110(C) Arson--third degree

16-11-312(C)(1) Burglary--second degree, dwelling

16-11-313 Burglary--third degree

Second offense

16-11-510(B)(1) Malicious injury to animals and personal property

(value $10,000 or more)

16-11-520(B)(1) Malicious injury to real property (value $10,000 or

more)

16-11-523(C)(2) Injuring real property when illegally obtaining

nonferrous metals where the value of the injury is

$10,000 or more

16-11-535 Malicious injury to place of worship

16-11-580(C)(2) Forest product violation (value more than $1,000 and

less than $5,000) - 2nd or subsequent offense

16-11-580(D)(2) Forest product violation (value at least $5,000) - 2nd

or subsequent offense

16-11-740 Malicious injury to telegraph, telephone, or electric

utility system

16-13-10(B)(1) Forgery (value $10,000 or more)

16-13-30(B)(2) Grand larceny (value $10,000 or more)

16-13-40(3) Stealing of bonds and the like (value $10,000 or more)

16-13-50(A)(1) Stealing livestock, confiscation of motor vehicle, or

other chattel (value $10,000 or more)

16-13-70(B)(1) Stealing of vessels and equipment, payment of damages

(value $10,000 or more)

16-13-110(B)(3) Shoplifting (value $10,000 or more)

16-13-170 Entering house or vessel without breaking in with

intent to steal, attempt to enter

16-13-180(3) Receiving stolen goods (value $10,000 or more)

16-13-210(B)(1) Embezzlement of public funds (value $10,000 or more)

16-13-230(B)(3) Breach of trust with fraudulent intent (value $10,000

or more)

16-13-240(1) Obtaining signature or property by false pretenses

(value $10,000 or more)

16-13-260(1) Obtaining property under false tokens or letters

(value $10,000 or more)

16-13-290(1) Securing property by fraudulent impersonation of

officer (value over $400)

16-13-420(B)(1) Failure to return rented objects, fraudulent

appropriation (value $10,000 or more)

16-13-430(C)(1) Fraudulent acquisition or use of food stamps (value

$10,000 or more)

16-13-510 Financial identity fraud

16-15-335 Unlawful to hire, employ, use, or permit any person

under 18 to do anything violating obscenity statutes

16-15-342 Criminal solicitation of a minor

16-15-345 Unlawful to disseminate obscene material to any person

under 18 years of age

16-15-385 Dissemination of obscene material to minors is

unlawful

16-15-387 Employing a person under eighteen to appear in public

in the state of sexually explicit nudity

16-15-405(D) Sexual exploitation of a minor

Second degree

16-15-410 Sexual exploitation of a minor

Third degree

16-17-470(C) Aggravated voyeurism

16-17-495(D) Transport of child by physical force or threat of

physical force with intent to avoid custody order

16-17-550 Bribery of athletes and athletic officials

16-17-600(A),(B) Destruction or desecration of human remains or

repositories--destroys, damages, or desecrates human

remains and vandalizes, desecrates, injures

gravestones or memorials

16-17-640 Blackmail

16-17-680(C)(2) Obtaining permit to transport and sell nonferrous

metals for the purpose of transporting or selling

stolen nonferrous metals

16-17-680(G) Transportation of stolen nonferrous metals

16-21-80(3) Receiving, possessing, concealing, selling, or

disposing of stolen vehicle (value $10,000 or more)

16-23-220 Unlawful transportation of machine gun or sawed-off

shotgun or rifle (see 16-23-260)

16-23-230 Unlawful storing, keeping, or possessing machine gun

or sawed-off shotgun or rifle (see 16-23-260)

16-23-240 Unlawful selling, renting, or giving away of machine

gun or sawed-off shotgun or rifle (see 16-23-260)

16-23-440(A) Discharging firearms at or into dwellings

16-23-440(B) Discharging firearms at or into a vehicle, aircraft,

watercraft, or other device

16-23-530 Possession of a gun by an illegal alien

16-23-750 Communicating or aiding and abetting the communication

of a threat or conveying false information

concerning an attempt to kill, injure, or intimidate

a person or damage or destroy property by means of

an explosive, incendiary, or destructive device

(first offense)

16-25-20(E) Cause, offer, or attempt to cause injury to a person's

household and violate the terms of an order of

protection

16-25-65(B) Commission of criminal domestic violence of a high and

aggravated nature

17-13-50 Right to be informed of grounds for arrest,

consequences of refusal to answer or false answer

23-31-340 Penalties (violation of article regulating use and

possession of machine guns, sawed-off shotguns, and

rifles)

23-31-360 Unregistered possession of machine guns by licensed

manufacturer

23-36-170(b) Violation of South Carolina Explosives Control Act

Second offense

24-3-910 Penalty for penitentiary employee's connivance at

escape of prisoners

24-3-950 Contraband (possession by prisoner or furnishing

prisoner with or attempt to furnish)

24-7-155 Furnishing or possessing contraband in county or

municipal prisons prohibited

24-13-420 Harboring or employing escaped convicts

24-13-430(2) Participating in riot by prisoners

24-13-440 Carrying or concealing weapon by inmates

25-7-50 False reports, insubordination, obstruction of

recruiting during war

25-7-70 Sabotage

32-7-100(A)(2) Preneed funeral contract violations (value more than

$ 10,000)

34-3-10 Use of word "bank" or "banking" by other than banking

institutions

34-11-60 Drawing and uttering fraudulent check, draft, or other

written order (more than $1,000, see Section

34-11-90(b)) Third and subsequent offenses

34-13-90 Penalty for improper borrowing by directors or

officers

35-1-508(a)(1) Violation of Title 35, Chapter 1 when investor loses

twenty thousand dollars or more

36-9-410(C)(3) Unlawful disposal of personal property that is subject

to a perfected security interest whose value is

$10,000 or more

38-38-720(3) Making a false statement or representation regarding a

fraternal benefit society (second or subsequent

offense)

38-55-170(1) Presenting false claim for payment (insurance

companies) (value $10,000 or more)

38-55-540(A)(4) Knowingly making false statement or misrepresentation

resulting in economic advantage of fifty thousand

dollars or more, first offense

38-55-540(A)(5) Knowingly making false statement or misrepresentation

resulting in economic advantage of any amount,

second offense

38-73-1120(C) Insurance, provisions to ensure expenses are allocated

and treated properly

39-8-90(A) Stealing trade secrets

39-9-208(B) Uniform weights and measures law violation

39-15-1190(B)(1)(a)(iv) Transferring, distributing, selling, or otherwise

disposing of an item having a counterfeit mark on

it, Second Offense

39-15-1190(B)(1)(b)(ii) Trafficking in counterfeit marks, Second or Subsequent

Offense

39-22-90(A)(8) State warehouse system violation if the amount of the

violation is $5,000 or more

39-73-325 Violation of regulation under State Commodity Code

40-83-30(J) Participating in the use of a false document in

connection with acts as an immigration assistant

44-23-1080(2) Furnishing Department of Mental Health patients or

prisoners with firearms or dangerous weapons

44-23-1150(C)(1) First degree sexual misconduct

44-29-145 Exposing others to Human Immuno Deficiency Virus

44-52-165(A)(3) Possession of firearms or dangerous weapons by patient

receiving inpatient services operated by Department

of Mental Health

44-52-165(B)(1) Intentionally allowing patient receiving inpatient

services by Department of Mental Health to possess

alcoholic beverages or controlled substances

44-52-165(B)(2) Intentionally allowing patient receiving inpatient

services by Department of Mental Health to possess

firearms or dangerous weapons

44-53-365 Taking or exercising control over another person's

controlled substance--Second offense

44-53-370(b)(2) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (manufacture or

possession of other substances in Schedule I, II,

III, flunitrazepam, or a controlled substance

analogue with intent to distribute)

Second offense

44-53-370(d)(3) Possession of cocaine, third or subsequent offense

44-53-370(e)(1)(a)1 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in

marijuana, 10 pounds or more, but less than 100

pounds)

44-53-370(e)(2)(a)1 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in cocaine,

10 grams or more, but less than 28 grams)

44-53-370(e)(4)(a)1 Prohibited Acts A, penalties (trafficking in

methaqualone, 15 grams or more, but less than 150

grams)

44-53-370(e)(5)(a)1 Prohibited Acts, penalties (trafficking in LSD, 100

dosage units or more, but less than 500 dosage

units)

First offense

44-53-370(e)(6)(a)(1) Prohibited acts, penalties (trafficking in

flunitrazepam, 1 gram but less than 100 grams)

First offense

44-53-370(e)(7)(a) Trafficking in gamma hydroxybutyric acid (first

offense)

44-53-370(e)(8)(a)(i) Trafficking in MDMA or ecstasy, 100 dosage units but

less than 500--First offense

44-53-375(A) Possession of less than one gram of methamphetamine or

cocaine base, third or subsequent offense

44-53-375(C)(1)(a) Trafficking in ice, crank, or crack cocaine 10 grams

or more, but less than 28 grams

First offense

44-53-375(E)(1)(a)(i) Trafficking in nine grams or more, but less than

twenty-eight grams of ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, or

phenylpropanolamine, first offense

44-53-376(B) Knowingly causing to be disposed any waste from the

production of methamphetamine or knowingly

assisting, soliciting, or conspiring with another to

dispose of the waste, Second Offense

44-53-378 Manufacturing and exposing a child to methamphetamines

44-53-398(H)(5) Possessing, manufacturing, delivering, distributing,

dispensing, administering, purchasing, selling, or

possessing with intent to distribute any substance

that contains any amount of ephedrine or

pseudoephedrine which has been altered from its

original condition, Second Offense

44-53-440 Distribution of controlled substance under Section

44-53-370(a) and (b) to persons under 18 violation

44-53-445(B)(1) Distribution, manufacture, or sale of controlled

substance within proximity of school (other than

crack cocaine)

44-53-1530(1)(b) Distribution of anabolic steroids (second or

subsequent offense)

44-53-1530(4)(b) Possession of anabolic steroids, 100 or more doses

(second or subsequent offense)

44-53-1680(B) Knowingly disclosing information in violation of the

Prescription Monitoring Program

44-53-1680(C) Using prescription monitoring information in a manner

or for a purpose in violation of the Prescription

Monitoring Program

44-55-1510 Discharge of fumes of acids or similar substances

45-2-40(B)(1) Inflicting $10,000 or more in damages to a lodging

establishment while using or possessing a controlled

substance, beer, wine, or alcohol

46-1-20(1) Stealing crops from the field (value $10,000 or more)

46-1-40(1) Stealing tobacco plants from bed (value $10,000 or

more)

46-1-60(B)(1) Making away with produce before payment (value $10,000

or more)

46-1-70(B)(1) Factors or commission merchants failing to account for

produce (value $10,000 or more)

47-19-120(C)(2) Interference with person performing official duties

under chapter on poultry inspection--use of deadly

weapon in commission of violation

48-23-265(C)(2) Forest products violation second or subsequent offense

(value at least $5,000)

49-1-50(C)(1) Sale of drifted timber, lumber ($10,000 or more value)

50-21-115 Reckless homicide by operation of a boat (reclassified

from Class F felony in 2002)

50-21-130(A)(2) Failure of an operator of a vessel involved in a

collision resulting in great bodily injury to stop

and render assistance

55-1-30(2) Unlawful removing or damaging of airport facility or

equipment when injury results

55-1-40 Unlawful entry of aircraft, damaging, or removing

equipment

56-1-1105(B)(1) Unlawful driving by habitual offender resulting in

great bodily injury

56-5-750(C)(1) Failure to stop for a law enforcement vehicle (great

bodily harm occurs)

56-5-1030(B)(2) Interference with traffic-control devices or railroad

sign or signals prohibited--injury results

56-5-1210(A)(2) Failure to stop a vehicle involved in an accident when

great bodily injury results

56-5-2910 Reckless homicide

56-5-4975(C) Operation of unlicensed ambulance without removing

exterior markings, sirens, etc., with intent to

commit terrorist act

56-29-30(A) Unlawful to own, operate, or conduct a chop shop or to

transport or sell a motor vehicle to a chop shop

58-15-850 Breaking and entering or shooting into cars

63-5-70 Unlawful neglect of child or helpless person by legal

custodian

63-5-70(a) Causing harm to a child

63-13-200 Committing certain crimes near a childcare facility

63-19-1670 Furnishing contraband to a juvenile in the custody of

the Department of Juvenile Justice

(F) The following offenses are Class F felonies and the maximum terms established for a Class F felony, not more than five years, as set forth in Section 16-1-20(A), apply:

7-25-50 Bribery at elections

First offense

7-25-60 Procuring or offering to procure votes by bribery

First offense

7-25-190 Illegal conduct at elections generally

8-13-725(B) Public official disclosing confidential

information

8-14-60 Intentional use of a false document in connection

with public employment

8-29-10(F) Intentional use of a false document or aiding in

the use of a false document to obtain a public

benefit

11-48-90(A) Sale or possession of counterfeit cigarettes

12-21-2716 Unlawful manufacture or sale of slugs to be used

in coin-operated devices

12-21-4150 Posing as a bingo player with the intent to

defraud bingo customers

12-21-6000(B) Marijuana and Controlled Substance Tax Act

12-21-6040(A) Revealing facts contained in report under

Marijuana and Controlled Substance Tax Act

12-54-44(B)(1) Wilful attempt to evade or defeat tax imposed

12-54-44(B)(2) Wilful failure to collect or truthfully account

for and pay over tax money

12-54-44(B)(6)(a)(i) Wilfully subscribing to false or fraudulent tax

return

12-54-44(B)(6)(a)(ii) Wilfully assisting in false or fraudulent tax

return

12-54-44(B)(6)(b) Violation of prohibition against preparing returns

by person convicted of preparing false return

16-1-55 Accessory after the fact of a Class E felony

16-3-60 Involuntary manslaughter

16-3-95(B) Inflicting great bodily injury on a child by a

person responsible for the child's welfare

16-3-755(B) Sexual battery with a student

16-3-755(D) Sexual battery with a student

16-3-1040(A) Threatening life, person or family of public

official

16-3-1050(B) Abuse of a vulnerable adult

16-3-1050(C) Neglect of a vulnerable adult

16-3-1050(D) Exploitation of a vulnerable adult

16-3-1080(A) Committing or attempting to commit a violent crime

while wearing body armor

16-3-1085(D)(1) Violent offender prohibited from purchasing,

owning, or using body armor

16-3-1720(C) Stalking (with prior conviction)

16-3-1730(A) Stalking

16-3-2080(F) Disclosing information about a trafficking victim

or certain shelters or unlawfully entering the

grounds of a shelter while possessing a weapon

16-5-10 Conspiracy against civil rights

16-5-130(1) Penalties for instigating, aiding or participating

in riot--resists enforcement of statute of state

or United States, obstruct public officer,

Carries weapon, etc.

16-8-20(B)(1) Demonstrating the use of a bomb (first offense)

16-8-240(A) Committing or threatening acts of violence with

the intent to coerce, induce, or solicit another

person to participate in gang activity, second

offense

16-9-10(B)(1) Perjury and subordination of perjury

16-9-30 False swearing before persons authorized to

administer oaths

16-9-210 Giving or offering bribes to officers

16-9-230 Acceptance of rebates or extra compensation

16-9-260 Corrupting jurors, arbitrators, umpires, or

referees

16-9-270 Acceptance of bribes by jurors, arbitrators,

umpires, or referees

16-9-460 Movement and harboring intended to further illegal

entry or detection

16-11-20 Making, mending or possessing tools or other

implements capable of being used in crime

16-11-125 Making false claim or statement in support of

claim to obtain insurance benefits for fire or

explosion loss

16-11-130 Burning personal property to defraud insurer

16-11-150 Burning lands of another without consent

Second and subsequent offense

16-11-170 Wilfully burning lands of another

16-11-190 Wilfully and maliciously attempts to burn

16-11-313(B) Burglary--third degree

First offense

16-11-510(B)(2) Malicious injury to animals and personal property

(value over $2,000 up to $10,000)

16-11-520(B)(2) Malicious injury to real property (value over

$2,000 up to $10,000)

16-11-523(C)(2) Injuring real property while illegally obtaining

nonferrous metals where the value of the injury

is greater than $2,000 but less than $10,000

16-11-617 Unlawful to cultivate or attempt to cultivate

marijuana on land of another

16-11-725(B)(2) Rummaging through or stealing another person's

household garbage

16-11-780 Entering certain lands to discover, uncover, move,

remove, or attempt to remove an archaeological

resource-Third or subsequent offense

16-11-910 and 16-11-915 Transfer of recorded sounds for unauthorized use

or sale

16-11-930 Illegal distribution of recording without name and

address of manufacturer and designation of

featured artist (See Sections 16-11-920(B) and

16-11-940)

16-13-10(B)(1) Forgery (value more than $10,000)

16-13-30(B)(2) Grand larceny (value over $2,000 up to $10,000)

16-13-40(2) Stealing of bonds and the like (value over $2,000

up to $10,000)

16-13-50(A)(2) Stealing livestock, confiscation of motor vehicle

or other chattel (value over $2,000 up to

$10,000)

16-13-70(B)(2) Stealing of vessels and equipment--payment of

damages (value over $2,000 up to $10,000)

16-13-110(B)(2) Shoplifting (value over $2,000 up to $10,000)

16-13-160 Breaking into motor vehicles or tanks, pumps, and

other containers where fuel or lubricants are

stored

16-13-180(2) Receiving stolen goods (value over $2,000 up to

$10,000)

16-13-210(B)(2) Embezzlement of less than $10,000 in public funds

16-13-230(B)(2) Breach of trust with fraudulent intent (value over

$2,000 up to $10,000)

16-13-240(2) Obtaining signature or property by false pretenses

(value over $2,000 up to $10,000)

16-13-260(2) Obtaining property under false tokens or letters

(value over $2,000 up to $10,000)

16-13-420(B)(2) Failure to return rented objects, fraudulent

appropriation (value over $2,000 up to $10,000)

16-13-430(C)(2) Fraudulent acquisition or use of food stamps

(value over $2,000 up to $10,000)

16-13-470(B)(2) Defrauding a drug or alcohol screening test

(second or subsequent offense)

16-13-480 Providing false picture identifications for use by

unlawful aliens

16-13-510(E) Financial identity fraud and identity fraud

16-13-512(C)(2) Unlawfully printing information on credit and

debit card receipts

16-13-525(D) Display or possession of a false identification or

document for the purpose of proving lawful

presence--Second and subsequent offense

16-14-20 Financial transaction card theft

16-14-40 Financial transaction card forgery

16-14-60(a) Financial transaction card fraud--value of things

of value exceeds five hundred dollars in a

six-month period

16-14-60(g) Financial transaction card fraud

16-14-70 Criminal possession of financial transaction card

forgery devices

16-14-80(B)(2) Criminally receiving goods and services

fraudulently obtained with financial transaction

card (value over $1,000)

16-14-100 Financial Transaction Card Crime Act violation

16-15-10 Bigamy

16-15-120 Buggery

16-15-305(A) Unlawfully disseminating, processing, or promoting

obscenity

16-15-425(C) Participation in the prostitution of a minor

16-16-20(2) Computer crime--First degree

16-17-410 Conspiracy

16-17-470(B)(2) Voyeurism (second or subsequent offense)

16-17-495(B) Transporting a child under sixteen years of age

with the purpose of concealing the child or

avoiding a custody order or statute

16-17-600(C) Destruction or desecration of human remains or

repositories--destroys, tears down, injures

fencing, trees, flowers, or shrubs around a

repository of human remains

16-17-680(E) Unlawful sale of nonferrous metals in any amount

to a secondary metals recycler, third or

subsequent offense

16-17-722(B) Knowingly file a false police report regarding a

felony

16-21-10 Altering, forging, or counterfeiting certificate

of title, registration card, or license plate,

misrepresentation or concealment in application

16-21-40(A)(2), (A)(4) Removing or falsifying identification number of

vehicle or engine and buying, receiving, or

selling such vehicle or engine

16-21-80(2) Receiving, possessing, concealing, selling, or

disposing of stolen vehicle (value over $2,000

up to $10,000)

16-23-30 Sale or delivery of pistol to and possession by

certain persons unlawful, stolen pistols (See

Section 16-23-50)

16-23-50(A)(1) Handguns

16-23-410 Pointing firearms at a person

16-23-415 Taking a firearm, stun gun, or taser device from a

law enforcement officer

16-23-420 Carrying or displaying firearms in public

buildings or adjacent areas

16-23-430 Carrying weapons on school property

16-23-480 Manufacture or possession of article designed to

cause damage by fire or other means

16-23-490 Possession of firearm or knife during commission

or attempt to commit violent crime

16-23-500(B) Possession of a firearm or ammunition by a person

convicted of a violent crime

16-23-520 Use, transportation, manufacture, possession,

purchase, or sale of teflon-coated ammunition

16-23-740 Hindering certain individuals or devices during

the detection, disarming, or destruction of a

destructive device

16-25-20(B)(3) Criminal domestic violence--Third offense

16-25-20 Commission of criminal domestic violence--Third or

subsequent offense

16-25-125(E) Unlawful entry upon the grounds of a domestic

violence shelter while possessing a dangerous

weapon

16-27-30 Animal fighting or baiting

16-27-40 Presence at facility where animal fighting or

baiting is taking place

Third and subsequent offenses

17-13-170 False, fictitious, fraudulent, or counterfeit

picture identification for purpose of offering

proof of lawful presence in the U.S., second or

subsequent offense

17-15-90(1) Wilful failure to appear before a court when

released in connection with a charge for a

felony or while awaiting sentencing

17-30-50(A) Interception of wire, electronic, or oral

communications

17-30-55(A) Sending or manufacturing device for unlawful

interception of wire, oral or electronic

communications

20-4-60(B)(2) Possession firearm at time of criminal domestic

violence

20-4-375(A) Making, presenting, filing, or attempting to file

a false, fictitious, or fraudulent foreign

protection order

23-3-470(B)(3) Failure of sex offender to register

Third or subsequent offense

23-3-475(B)(3) Providing false information when registering as a

sex offender

Third or subsequent offense

23-3-510(2) Committing a felony by using information obtained

from the sex offender registry

23-3-535(D)(3) Sex offender's failure to vacate a residence that

is within one thousand feet of a school, daycare

center, children's recreational facility, park,

or public playground--Second offense

23-3-540(I) Sex offender failing to comply with reporting

requirements

23-3-540(L) Sex offender removing or tampering with monitoring

device

23-3-550 Assisting or harboring unregistered sex offender

23-3-650(C) Unlawful disclosure of DNA information from State

DNA Database

23-31-160 False information or evidence on firearms license

application (See Section 23-31-190)

23-31-190 Penalties, violation concerning regulation of

pistols

23-36-170(a) Penalty (violation of South Carolina Explosives

Control Act)

First offense

23-50-50(B) Divulging privileged communication, protected

information, or a protected identity with intent

to obtain monetary gain or other benefit

24-1-270 Trespass or loitering on or refusal to leave state

correctional properties

27-32-120(B) Violation of vacation time sharing plans

Third or subsequent offense

32-7-100(A)(2) Preneed funeral contract violations (value between

$2,000 and $ 10,000)

33-56-145(A) Defrauding a charity (second or subsequent

offense)

33-56-145(B) Giving false information with respect to

registering a charity (second or subsequent

offense)

34-3-110(B) Crimes against a federally chartered or insured

financial institution

35-1-508(a)(2) Violation of Title 35, Chapter 1 when an investor

loses less than twenty thousand dollars, but

more than one thousand dollars

36-9-410(C)(2) Unlawful disposal of personal property that is

subject to a perfected security interest whose

value is more than $2,000 but less than $10,000

36-9-501(c) Filing a false or fraudulent financing statement

38-9-150 Return of deposited securities (making false

affidavit)

38-13-170 Making or aiding in making false statement

(Insurance)

38-43-245 Licensed insurance producer fraudulently

submitting application for insurance

38-55-170(2) Presenting false claim for payment (Insurance)

(value over $2,000 up to $10,000)

38-55-540(A)(3) Knowingly making false statement or

misrepresentation resulting in economic

advantage of between ten and fifty thousand

dollars, first offense

39-15-1190(B)(1)(a)(iii) Transferring, distributing, selling, or otherwise

disposing of an item having a counterfeit mark

on it, with goods or services having a value of

$10000 or more but less than $50000; using any

object, tool, machine, or other device to

produce or reproduce a counterfeit mark

39-15-1190(B)(1)(b)(i) Trafficking in counterfeit marks, First Offense

39-22-90(A)(1)-(4), (9) Prohibited acts. State Warehouse System (See

Section 39-22-90(B))

39-23-80(B)(2) Adulterated, misbranded, or new drugs and devices

Second offense

39-23-80(B)(3) Adulterated, misbranded, or new drugs and

devices--with intent to defraud or mislead

40-5-310 Unlawful practice of law by a person

41-8-70 Intentional use of a false document in connection

with private employment

43-35-85(B), (C), (D), Abuse, neglect, or exploitation of a vulnerable

16-3-1050(B), (C), (D) adult

44-23-1150(C)(2) Second degree sexual misconduct

44-41-80 Performing unlawful abortion

44-41-85(A) Performing a partial-birth abortion

44-43-375(A) Purchase or sale of body part for transplantation

or therapy

44-43-380 - Falsification of document of gift or refusal for

financial gain

44-53-40(B) Obtaining certain drugs, devices, preparations, or

compounds by fraud, deceit, or the like

Second or subsequent offense

44-53-365 Taking or exercising control over another person's

controlled substance-First offense

44-53-370(b)(2) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (manufacture or

possession of other substances in Schedule I,

II, III, flunitrazepam, or a controlled

substance analogue with intent to distribute)

First offense

44-53-370(b)(3) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (manufacture or

possession of Schedule IV drugs except for

flunitrazepam with intent to distribute)

Second or subsequent offense

44-53-370(d)(1) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (possession of

narcotic drugs in Schedule I (b), (c), LSD, and

Schedule II)

Second, third, or subsequent offenses

44-53-370(d)(3) Possession of cocaine, second offense

44-53-375(A) Possession of less than one gram of

methamphetamine or cocaine base, second offense

44-53-376(B) Knowingly causing to be disposed any waste from

the production of methamphetamine or knowingly

assisting, soliciting, or conspiring with

another to dispose of the waste, First Offense

44-53-378(B) Exposing child to methamphetamine

44-53-380 Prohibited Acts B, penalties

44-53-390 Prohibited Acts C, penalties

44-53-395 Prohibited acts, penalties (prescription drugs)

Second or subsequent offense

44-53-398(H)(5) Possessing, manufacturing, delivering,

distributing, dispensing, administering,

purchasing, selling, or possessing with intent

to distribute any substance that contains any

amount of ephedrine or pseudoephedrine which has

been altered from its original condition, First

Offense

44-53-1530(1)(a) Distribution of anabolic steroids (first offense)

44-63-161(B) Making false statement on or altering official

certificate or record

45-2-40(B)(2) Inflicting more than $2,000 but less than $10,000

in damages to a lodging establishment while

using or possessing a controlled substance,

beer, wine, or alcohol

46-1-20(2) Stealing crops from the field (value over $2,000

up to $10,000)

46-1-40(2) Stealing tobacco plants from bed (value over

$2,000 up to $10,000)

46-1-60(B)(2) Making away with produce before payment (value

over $2,000 up to $10,000)

46-1-70(B)(2) Factors or commission merchants failing to account

for produce (value over $2,000 up to $10,000)

46-1-75(B)(2) Maliciously damaging farm product, research

facility or equipment valued at $500 or more

46-41-30(2) Unlawful to engage in business as dealer without

license (agricultural products)

Second or subsequent offense

47-1-40(B) Torture, torment, mutilate, cruelly kill, or

inflict excessive or repeated unnecessary pain

or suffering upon an animal

47-3-630 Torturing, mutilating, injuring, disabling,

poisoning, or killing a police dog

47-3-760(B)(2) Penalty for owner of dangerous animal which

attacks and injures a human

Second or subsequent offense

49-1-50(C)(2) Sale of drifted lumber or timber (value over

$2,000 up to $10,000)

50-11-95(D) Engaging in Computer Assisted Remote Hunting,

Second and Subsequent Offense

54-7-815 Unlawful salvage of certain sunken warships

55-1-30(1) Unlawful removing or damaging of airport facility

or equipment

56-1-1100 Habitual traffic offenders, violation of free

vehicle registration for disabled veterans

56-1-2070 Driving commercial motor vehicle in violation of

an out-of-service order, two violations

56-5-750(B)(2) Failure to stop for a law enforcement

vehicle--Second or subsequent offense (no death

or injury occurs)

56-5-1030(B)(1) Interference with traffic-control devices or

railroad sign or signals

56-5-2780(B)(2) Unlawful passing a school bus when death results

56-5-2930 Driving under influence of liquor, drugs, or like

substances unlawful (See Section 56-5-2940(4))

56-5-2933 Driving with an unlawful alcohol concentration,

fourth or subsequent offense

56-5-4975(B) Operation of unlicensed ambulance without removing

exterior markings, sirens, etc., with intent to

commit felony

Fourth or subsequent offense

56-29-30(B) Unlawful to alter, counterfeit, deface, destroy,

disguise, etc. a vehicle identification number

56-29-30(C)(1) Unlawful to buy, dispose, sell, transfer, or

possess a motor vehicle or part with tampered

identification number

56-29-30(D) Attempt to violate Motor Vehicle Chop Shop,

Stolen, and Altered Property Act

56-29-30(E) Conspiracy to violate Motor Vehicle Chop Shop,

Stolen, and Altered Property Act

57-1-40 Department of Transportation, bribery

58-13-740 Violation of provisions concerning transportation

of explosive compounds

58-15-820 Wilful obstruction of railroad or electric railway

58-17-4100 Shooting or throwing missile at trains

59-150-260(A) Intentional making, altering, forging, uttering,

passing, or counterfeiting a state lottery game

ticket

59-150-260(B) Influencing or attempting to influence the winning

of a prize through the use of coercion, fraud,

deception, or tampering with lottery equipment

or materials

59-150-270(A) Knowing or intentionally making a material false

statement in an application for a license or

proposal to conduct lottery activities or a

material false entry in a book or record which

is compiled or submitted to the lottery board

59-150-400(D) Conspiracy

HISTORY: 1993 Act No. 184, Section 9; 1993 Act No. 163, Section 2; 1993 Act No. 164, Part II, Section 19B; 1993 Act No. 164, Part II, Section 70B; 1997 Act No. 136, Section 3; 1998 Act No. 372, Section 3; 1999 Act No. 56, Sections 2 to 4; 2010 Act No. 289, Sections 2, 3, eff June 11, 2010.

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