2013 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 16 - Crimes and Offenses
CHAPTER 1 - FELONIES AND MISDEMEANORS; ACCESSORIES
SECTION 16-1-100. Crimes classified as misdemeanors.


SC Code § 16-1-100 (2013) What's This?

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

4-11-130 Disbursing officers may not exceed or transfer

appropriations

4-17-70 Wilful injury to courthouse or jail

5-21-30 Municipal officers prohibited from contracting with

municipality

5-21-40 Officers required to account to municipality for

interest collected on deposits

7-5-325 Fraudulent change of address by elector for

registration for voting purposes

7-13-1920 Tampering with voting machine

7-25-10 False swearing in applying for registration (election

laws)

7-25-70 Procuring or offering to procure votes by threats

7-25-110 Voting more than once at elections

7-25-120 Impersonating a voter

7-25-160 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct on the part of

managers

7-25-170 Wilful neglect or corrupt conduct by officers other

than managers

8-11-30 Payment or receipt of salary not due to state officers

or employees

9-1-1160(A) Collection of members contribution, failure to make

payroll reports and remittances (State Retirement

System)

10-11-315 Defacing, destroying or attempting to deface or

destroy a monument or flag on the capitol grounds

10-11-320 Carrying or discharging a firearm on the capitol

grounds or in the capitol building

10-11-360 Violation of article concerning offenses on capitol

grounds and in capitol building

11-1-20 Failure to account for interest on deposit of public

funds

11-1-40 Contracts in excess of tax or appropriation, diverting

public funds

11-9-20 Disbursing officers exceeding or transferring

appropriations

12-2-70 Neglect or misconduct of county auditor or treasurer

12-28-1500(F) An operator of a refinery, terminal, or bulk plant

failure to provide an automated shipping document to

a driver of a fuel transportation vehicle receiving

taxable motor fuel

12-28-1545(B) Licensed importer failure to meet requirements

regarding fuel which has not been dyed, nor tax paid

or accrued by the supplier

12-28-1550(C) Failure to meet requirements for exporting fuel

12-28-1555(D) Operation of a motor vehicle with dyed fuel

12-28-1560(D) Knowingly engaging or knowingly aiding and abetting

another person to engage in a motor fuel business

without a license

12-28-1565(C) Fuel must meet ASTM standards

12-28-1570(C) False statement on shipping paper regarding liability

for user fees

12-28-1585(C) Tampering with metering device 12-28-1585

12-28-1720(C) Truck drivers who violate certain shipping

requirements for the second and subsequent times

12-28-1940(B) Refusing to allow certain inspections for the purpose

of evading the payment of taxes

12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(i) Concealing goods on which tax imposed with intent to

evade assessment or collection

12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(ii) Wilful failure to pay over money received from third

party to discharge payor's tax liability

16-3-600(A) Assault and battery in the second degree

16-3-730 Publishing name of victim of criminal sexual conduct

unlawful

16-3-1050(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate

a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation

16-3-1050(H) Obstructing or impeding an investigation pursuant to

Chapter 35 of Title 43

16-3-1720(A) Harassment in the first degree

16-3-1720(B) Harassment in the first degree when a restraining

order is in effect

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

certain shelters or unlawfully entering the grounds

of certain shelters

16-5-40 Duty of officers to execute warrants

16-5-50 Penalty for hindering officers or rescuing prisoners

16-7-160(1) Illegal use of stink bombs or other devices containing

foul or offensive odors

16-7-170 Entering public buildings for purpose of destroying

records or other property

16-11-30 Possession of master keys and nonowner key sets while

engaged in crime

16-11-140 Burning of crops and other kinds of personal property

16-11-523 Obtaining nonferrous metals unlawfully resulting in

disruption of communication or electrical service to

critical infrastructure

16-11-560 Burning, cutting untenanted or unfinished buildings

16-11-570 Injury or destruction of building or crops by tenant

16-11-770(B)(3) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, third or

subsequent offense

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

remove, or attempt to remove an archaeological

resource- second offense

16-11-920(A)(3) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a

motion picture theatre with intent to record, third

offense

16-13-10 Forgery that does not involve a dollar amount

16-13-131(C)(1) Larceny against a merchant by offering a fraudulent

product code on merchandise - first offense

16-13-135(E)(1) Retail theft - first offense

16-13-150 Purse snatching (not grand larceny or robbery)

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

$10,000)

16-13-380 Theft of electric current (second or subsequent

offense)

16-13-385(B)(2) Tampering with a utility meter - second offense

16-13-385(C)(2) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - second

offense

16-13-385(D)(2) Tampering with a utility meter that results in

property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in

the risk of great bodily injury or death - second

offense

16-13-470(B)(1) Defrauding a drug or alcohol screening test (first

offense)

16-15-130 Indecent exposure

16-15-250 Communicating obscene messages (nontelephonic)

16-17-470(A) Eavesdropping or peeping

16-17-470(B)(1) Voyeurism (first offense)

16-17-490 Contributing to the delinquency of a minor

16-17-495(C) Returning a child under sixteen years of age within

three days of a violation of a custody order or

statute

16-17-505(3) Knowingly selling cigarettes in packages that violate

federal law

16-17-650(A)(2) Engaging in cock fighting, game fowl or illegal game

fowl testing, Second Offense

16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals for

the purpose of recycling the nonferrous metals,

third or subsequent offense

16-17-680(D)(3) Unlawful purchase of nonferrous metals

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

secondary metals recycler, second offense

16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen nonferrous

metal, third or subsequent offense

16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate

weight of more than ten pounds, third or subsequent

offense

16-17-735(D) Persons falsely asserting authority of law

16-21-60(A) Use of vehicle without permission (intent to deprive)

16-23-465 Additional penalty for unlawfully carrying pistol or

firearm on premises of business selling alcoholic

liquors, beers, or wines for on premises consumption

16-23-470 Illegal possession of teargas gun or ammunition for

teargas gun

16-23-530 Knowingly selling or providing a gun to an illegal

alien

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

shelter

17-7-510 Burying body without notice or inquiry

22-9-140 Penalty for failing to execute process of magistrate's

court

23-1-20 Peace officers may not be employed on contingent basis

23-3-535(D)(2) 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

25-7-20 Obtaining or giving information respecting national or

state defense

29-1-30 Wilful sale of property on which lien exists

35-1-508(a)(3) Violation of Title 35, Chapter 1 when an investor

loses less than one thousand dollars, or if no

losses are proven

37-13-50 Regulation of subleasing and loan assumption of a

motor vehicle

38-7-140 Failure to pay money due or to supply information

required

38-13-140 Refusal to exhibit records, false statements

(Insurance)

38-25-330 Violations of Chapter 25, Unauthorized Transaction of

Insurance Business

38-38-720(2) Making a false statement or representation regarding a

fraternal benefit society if the amount of the

economic benefit received is $1,000 or more (first

offense)

38-43-190 Fraud regarding payment of insurance premium

38-55-80 Loans to directors or officers (Insurance)

38-55-150 Accepting premiums or assessments in insolvent company

(Insurance)

38-55-160 Insuring uninsurable persons with intent to defraud

38-55-173(B)(1) Vehicle glass repairer offering or making certain

payments of $1,000 or more

38-55-540(A)(2) Knowingly making false statement or misrepresentation

resulting in economic advantage of between one and

ten thousand dollars, first offense

38-59-50 Payment or settlement of benefits in merchandise or

service prohibited (Insurance)

39-15-750 Destruction of brand or removal or transfer of timber

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

disposing of an item having a counterfeit mark on

it, with goods or services having a value of more

than $2000 but less than $10,000; using any object,

tool, machine, or other device to produce or

reproduce a counterfeit mark

40-5-320 Practice of law by corporations and voluntary

associations unlawful

40-5-350 Soliciting legal business unlawful

40-5-360 Splitting fees with laymen unlawful

40-54-80 Violations of chapter concerning dealers in precious

metals--Third or subsequent offenses

43-5-40 Unlawful publication or other use of records

43-7-60 False claim, statement, or representation by a medical

provider

43-7-70 False statement of representation on an application

for public assistance

43-7-80(B) Provider required to keep separate accounts and

records

43-33-40 Unlawful interference with rights of blind or other

physically disabled person

43-35-85(G) Threatening, intimidating, or attempting to intimidate

a vulnerable adult subject to an investigation

43-35-85(H) Obstructing an investigation pursuant to the Omnibus

Adult Protection Act

44-31-360 Violation of article concerning tuberculosis prisoners

and inmates of institutions

44-37-30 Offenses related to neonatal testing

44-41-36(A) Performing an abortion on an unemancipated minor

44-41-350 Performing an abortion without satisfying A Woman's

Right to Know provision, third or subsequent

offense

44-53-370(b)(3) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (Schedule IV drugs except

for flunitrazepam)

First offense

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

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

cocaine base

44-53-398(H)(3) Purchasing a product containing ephedrine or

pseudoephedrine from any person other than a

manufacturer or registered wholesale distributor,

Second Offense

44-79-120 Violation of chapter concerning Physical Fitness

Services Act

45-9-90 Equal enjoyment and privileges to public

accommodations

46-17-460 Violation of chapter concerning agricultural

commodities marketing

46-19-270 Displaying sign showing Department of Agriculture

approval prior to approval

46-25-80 Violations of chapter concerning fertilizer law

46-41-30(1) Unlawful to engage in business as dealer without

license, penalties for violation (agricultural

products)--First offense

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

or killing a police dog or horse.

47-3-760(B)(1) Penalty for owner of dangerous animal which attacks

and injures a human--First offense

47-3-960 Injuring, disabling or killing guide dog

47-17-100(A) Violation of a Meat and Meat Food Regulations

Inspection Law, with intent to defraud

47-19-120(C)(1) Interference with person performing official duties

under chapter on poultry inspection

47-21-80(A) Penalty for violation of Farm Animal and Research

Facilities Protection Act

47-21-250(A) Penalty for crop operation violations

48-27-250 Violation of chapter concerning registration of

foresters

48-49-60(a) Violations of chapter concerning SC Mountain Ridge

Protection Act

50-1-85(4) Negligent use of firearms or archery tackle when death

results.

50-11-100(B) Construction of a fence which impedes the free range

of deer

50-13-1460 Use of explosives to take fish

50-13-1470 Failure to report use of explosives to take fish

50-21-112(B)(3) Operating a water device while under the influence of

alcohol (third offense)

50-21-117(B)(3) Operation of a water device while this privilege is

suspended for operation under the influence of

alcohol, third or subsequent offense

54-1-40 Criminal liability for unskillful or negligent

management of steamboat

55-3-130 Discharging a laser at an aircraft, second offense

56-1-460 Driving while license canceled, suspended, or

revoked--Third and subsequent offense

56-5-750(B)(1) Failure to stop for a law enforcement vehicle--First

offense (no death or injury occurs)

56-5-2930 Unlawful for persons to drive under influence of

liquor, drugs, or like substances (See Section

56-5-2940(3))--Third offense

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

offense

57-7-20(C) Putting a foreign substance on a highway with malice

and personal injury results

58-7-60(B)(2) Unlawful appropriation of gas - second offense

58-7-60(C)(2) Unlawful appropriation of gas that results in property

damage in excess of $5,000 or the risk of great

bodily injury or death - second offense

58-7-60(E)(2) Aiding, abetting, or assisting another person in

withdrawing and appropriating gas - second offense

58-7-70(B) Cheating and defrauding, or altering a meter to

withdraw or take gas - second offense

58-7-70(C)(2) Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas meters

for profit - second offense

58-7-70(D)(2) Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas meters

for profit when violation results in property damage

greater than $5,000 or in risk of great bodily

injury or death - second offense

58-17-4040 Gross carelessness or negligence in the operation of a

train

58-23-920 Insurance required of owners of motor vehicles

transporting goods for hire

Second and subsequent offenses

59-25-250(A) Revocation or suspension of certificate, powers and

duties of Court of Common Pleas, warrant for

production of witnesses

59-41-80 Violation of chapter concerning grants to private

school pupils

59-63-450 No child may be counted in enrollment more than once

59-102-150 Prohibited acts by athlete agents

61-4-170 Sale of a beverage containing alcohol which resembles

a vegetable, or fruit or soft drink

61-6-4180 Possession of a firearm while unlawfully

manufacturing, transporting, or selling alcoholic

liquors

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

12-21-2540 Use of altered or counterfeit tickets or reuse of

tickets

12-21-2714 Use of slug or any false coin to operate automatic

vending machine or other machine requiring coin for

operation

12-21-3070 Improper use, alteration or reuse of stamps and for

failure to pay tax, make any report on, or submit

required information

14-7-380 Jury commissioners guilty of fraud

16-3-410 Sending or accepting challenge to fight (with a

deadly weapon)

16-3-420 Carrying or delivering challenge, serving as second

16-5-130(2), (3) Instigating, aiding, or participating in riot

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, first offense

16-9-410(C)(2) Aiding escapes from prison, for prisoners charged

with noncapital offenses

16-9-420 Aiding escape from custody of officers

16-11-580(C)(1) Forest products violation (value more than $1,000 but

less than $5,000)

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

sale (See Section 16-11-920(C))

16-11-920(A)(2) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a

motion picture theatre with intent to record,

second offense

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

address of manufacturer and designation of featured

artist (See Section 16-11-940(B))

16-13-65 Selling aquaculture products or damaging facilities

valued at greater than $100 (third or subsequent

offense)

16-13-437 False statement or representation about income to a

public housing agency

16-16-20(3)(c) Computer crime--second degree--Second or subsequent

offense

16-16-20(4) Computer Crime Act--third degree--Second or

subsequent offense

16-17-10 Barratry

16-17-510 Enticing enrolled child from attendance in public or

private school

16-17-560 Assault or intimidation on account of political

opinions or exercise of civil rights

16-17-610 Soliciting emigrants without licenses

23-17-110 Purchases by sheriff or deputy at sheriff's sale

23-31-370 False statement to obtain special license

23-31-400(C) Use of a firearm while under the influence of alcohol

or a controlled substance

23-35-130 Manufacture, storage, transportation, or possession

of certain fireworks illegal

23-41-60 Violation of arson reporting immunity act

25-1-150 Unauthorized wearing of military insignia

25-1-2180 Assault upon military personnel

25-7-60 Conspiracy (treason or sabotage during war)

25-7-80 Concealing or harboring violator of chapter on

treason; sabotage

27-29-150 Violating provisions of Uniform Land Sales Practice

Act

30-15-50 Forgery of discharge (veterans)

31-17-520(2)(c) License for travel trailer dealer--Third and

subsequent offenses

32-1-290 Making or assisting in making contracts when actual

delivery not contemplated, or operating bucket shop

34-11-90(b) Drawing and uttering fraudulent check $5,000 or less,

first offense

34-39-240 Wilful violation of section, requiring license for

engaging in business of deferred presentment

service

34-41-120 Wilful violation of section, requiring license for

engaging in business of either Level I or Level II

check-cashing service

38-2-20 Penalty for a person convicted of a misdemeanor

contained in Title 38

38-2-30 Acting without license required by Title 38 on

insurance

38-21-340 Criminal prosecutions (Insurance Holding Company

Regulatory Act)

38-43-160 Unlawfully representing an unlicensed insurer

38-43-240 Other offenses by insurance agent

38-45-150 Insurance Broker Chapter Violation

38-47-60 Adjuster acting for unauthorized company (See Section

38-2-20)

38-48-130 Unlawful practices for public insurance adjusters

38-51-20 Acting as an administrator of an insurance benefit

plan without a license

38-55-60 Discrimination in the conduct of an insurance

business

38-55-340 Connection of Undertakers with certain insurers

article violation

38-63-10 Circulation of false or misleading information by an

agent or officer of a life insurer

38-73-80 Withholding or giving false information to the

Insurance Commissioner regarding surety rates

38-77-1160 Motor Vehicle Theft and Motor Vehicle Insurance Fraud

Reporting--Immunity Act violation

39-23-80(B)(1) Prohibited acts (concerning adulterated, misbranded,

or new drugs and devices)--First offense

39-25-50(a) Penalties, effect of guaranty from supplier or

article, liability of advertising media--Second or

subsequent offense

39-33-1320 Violation concerning butterfat content and weight of

milk--Second and subsequent offenses

40-15-212 Unlawful practice or aiding or abetting in the

unlawful practice of dentistry, dental hygiene, or

dental technological work

40-29-180 Violation of chapter concerning manufactured housing

40-37-200(A) Practicing optometry unlawfully

40-43-86(EE) Possessing, dispensing, or distributing drugs, or

devices without a prescription from a licensed

practitioner

40-59-200 Violation of residential builders licensing

provisions

40-81-200 Violations of Chapter 40, State Athletic Commission

40-81-480 Events involving combative sports or weapons

violation

44-41-80(b) Performing or soliciting unlawful abortion, testimony

of woman may be compelled

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

compounds by fraud, deceit, or the like--First

offense

44-53-370(b)(4) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (possession of Schedule

V drugs)--Second and subsequent offenses

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

controlled substances in Schedules I (b), (c), II,

and LSD)--First offense

44-53-395 Prohibited acts, penalties (prescription

drugs)--First offense

44-53-1680(A) Knowingly failing to submit prescription monitoring

information to the bureau of drug control

44-56-130 Unlawful acts (Hazardous Waste Management Act) (See

Section 44-56-140)--Second or subsequent offense

44-55-1360 Worker, sewage and waste water disposal violation

44-93-150(C) Infectious Waste Management Act violation (second

offense or subsequent offense)

44-96-100(B) Wilful violation of solid waste regulations, second

or subsequent offenses

44-96-450(B) Wilful violation of Solid Waste Act Second or

subsequent offenses

46-33-60 Penalty on out-of-state shippers

47-1-40(A) Cruelty to animals--Third or subsequent offense

47-1-50 Cruelty to animals in one's possession

48-1-90 Causing or permitting pollution of environment

prohibited (See Section 48-1-320)

48-1-320 Violation (Pollution Control Act)

48-1-340 False statement, representations or certifications,

falsifying, tampering with or rendering inaccurate

monitoring devices or methods

48-23-265(C)(1) Forest products violation first offense (value at

least $5,000)

48-27-230 Endorsement of documents by registrants, illegal

endorsements

48-43-550(f) Regulations as to removal of discharges of pollutants

49-1-20 Permitting logs and the like to obstruct or interfere

with navigation of rivers or harbors

50-1-85(3) Use of a firearm or archery tackle while hunting or

returning from hunting, in a criminally negligent

manner when bodily injury results

50-11-96 Introducing a fertility control agent or chemical

substance into any wildlife without a permit

50-11-430 Illegal taking of bears and bear parts

50-11-2640(B) Bringing into State or importing live coyote or fox

without permit--Second offense

50-13-1440 Using explosives to take fish unlawful--Third offense

51-3-150 Trespass upon state park property

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

out-of-service order, first violation

56-5-5030 Devices to emit smoke screen, noisome gases, or odors

prohibited

56-15-310(B)(3) Dealer wholesaler license violation (third or

subsequent offense)

56-16-140(B)(3) Failure to secure a license as a motorcycle dealer or

wholesaler

58-13-10 Opening or injuring package, parcel, or baggage by

employee of carrier unlawful

58-15-840 Taking or removing brasses, bearings, waste, or

packing from railroad cars

58-15-860 Injuring or destroying electric signals or other

structures or mechanisms

61-6-4010(B)(3) Unlawful manufacture, possession or sale of alcoholic

liquors--Third or subsequent offense

61-6-4025(c) Possession of unlawfully acquired or manufactured

alcoholic liquors in a vehicle, vessel, or

aircraft--Third or subsequent offense

61-6-4030(c) Transportation of alcoholic liquors in a taxi or

other vehicle for hire--Third or subsequent offense

61-6-4040(c) Rendering aid in unlawful transportation of alcoholic

liquors--Third or subsequent offense

61-6-4060(B)(3) Unlawful storage of alcoholic liquor in a place of

business--Third or subsequent offense

61-6-4100(c) Manufacture, sale, or possession of unlawful

distillery--Third or subsequent offense

61-6-4110(c) Knowingly permitting or allowing a person to locate

an unlawful distillery on a premise--Third or

subsequent offense

61-6-4120(c) Unlawful manufacture, transport, or possession of

materials used in the manufacture of alcoholic

liquors--Third or subsequent offense

61-6-4130(c) Present at a place where alcoholic liquors are

unlawfully manufactured--Third or subsequent

offense

61-6-4150(c) Unlawful sale of alcoholic liquor from a vehicle,

vessel, or aircraft--Third or subsequent offense

61-6-4155(B)(3) Use, offer for use, purchase, offer for purchase,

sell, offer to sell, or possession of an alcohol

without liquid device--Third and subsequent offense

61-6-4160(c) Unlawful sale of alcoholic liquors on Sundays,

election days, and other day--Third or subsequent

offense

61-6-4170(B)(3) Advertisement of alcoholic liquors from

billboards--Third or subsequent offense

63-9-2050 Submitting false claim for benefits

(C) The following offenses are Class C misdemeanors and the maximum terms established for a Class C misdemeanor, not more than one year, as set forth in Section 16-1-20(A), apply:

1-6-100 Unlawful disclosure of confidential information

1-7-400 Circuit solicitors disabled by intoxicants

2-15-120 Confidentiality of records (Legislative Audit

Council) penalty for violations

2-17-50 Failure to file requirement statement with State

Ethics Commission, third or subsequent offense

2-17-130 Penalties for violations of lobbyist chapter

2-17-140 Penalties for filing groundless complaint

5-21-500 Diverting municipal funds allocated to bond

payments for other purposes

6-1-120(C) Disclosure of taxpayer information

7-25-20 Fraudulent registration or voting

7-25-100 Allowing ballot to be seen, removing ballot from

voting place, improper assistance

7-25-200 Unlawful to pay a candidate to file or withdraw

from candidacy

8-1-30 Knowingly allowing false claims by witnesses or

jurors of mileage traveled

8-1-80 Misconduct in office, habitual negligence, and the

like

8-9-10 Delivery by officer of books and papers to

successor (public officers/employees)

8-9-30 Delivery by officer of monies on hand to successor

8-13-320(9)(c) Penalty for wilful filing of groundless complaint

with Ethics Commission

8-13-320(10)(g) Penalty for wilful release of confidential

information relating to ethics investigation

8-13-540(1) Penalty for wilful filing of groundless complaint

with Senate or House Ethics Committee

8-13-1510 Failure to file reports, Ethics, Government

Accountability, and Campaign Reform, third or

subsequent offense

8-13-1520 Penalty for violation of ethics chapter

9-1-40 Penalties for making false statement or record

(South Carolina Retirement System)

9-8-220 Penalty for false statements or falsification of

records (Judges' and Solicitors' Retirement

System)

9-9-210 False statements and falsification of records

(General Assembly Retirement System)

9-11-320 False statements and falsification of records

(Police Officers' Retirement System)

10-9-260 Interfering with state, board or licensees, mining

without license

11-15-90 Failure to make payment or remit funds for payment

of obligations

11-15-290 Public officer failure to make investments in

accordance with article

11-48-30(C)(3) Sale or possession of cigarettes of a manufacturer

not included in the state directory

11-48-100 Knowingly violating tobacco regulations

12-21-2710 Unlawful possession or operation of gaming devices

12-21-2830 Record required of gross receipts, record subject

to inspection, violations

12-24-70(B) Submitting false information on an affidavit

accompanied by a deed

12-28-2345 Unlawful alteration of petroleum products shipping

information

12-51-96 Conditions of redemption, taxation

12-54-44(B)(3) Wilful failure to pay estimated tax or keep

required records

12-54-44(B)(4) Wilful furnishing of false statement required for

tax purposes

12-54-44(B)(5) Wilfully providing employer with false information

which decreases tax withheld

12-54-44(B)(6)(c)(iii) Wilful delivery to tax department of fraudulent

document

12-54-240 Disclosure of records of and reports and returns

filed with the Department of Revenue by employees

and agents of the department and the State

Auditor's Office prohibited

13-7-80 Violation of provisions concerning nuclear energy

14-7-1720 Penalty for disclosing State Grand Jury information

14-17-580 Clerk is responsible for books, papers, and other

property

14-23-680 Judge responsible for books, papers, and property

of office

16-1-55 Accessory after the fact to a Class B Misdemeanor

16-3-210 Assault and battery by mob in the third degree

16-3-530 Penalties, hazing

16-3-610 Assault with concealed weapon

16-3-1050(A) Failure to report abuse, neglect, or exploitation

of a vulnerable adult

16-3-1340 Victim's compensation fund, soliciting employment

to pursue claim or award

16-3-1710(B) Harassment in the second degree

16-3-1720(D) Harassment first degree with use of licensing or

registration information

16-3-2090(D) Use of property or conveyance subject to forfeiture

16-7-110 Wearing masks and the like (See Section 16-7-140)

16-7-120 Placing burning or flaming cross in public place

(See Section 16-7-140)

16-7-150 Slander and libel

16-9-260 Corruption of jurors, arbitrators, umpires, or

referees

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

umpires, or referees

16-9-320(A) Opposing or resisting law enforcement officer

serving process

16-9-370(a) Taking money or reward to compound or conceal

offense

16-11-150(a) Burning lands of another without consent--First

offense

16-11-180 Negligently allowing fire to spread to lands or

property of another--Second or subsequent offense

16-11-700(E) Littering (exceeding 500 lbs. or 100 cu. ft. in

volume)

16-11-730 Malicious injury to or interference with microwave,

radio, or television facilities; unauthorized use

of such facilities

16-11-750 Unlawful injury or interference with electric lines

16-11-770(B)(2) Committing illegal graffiti vandalism, second

offense

16-11-820 Theft of cable television service unlawful use

without payment (See Section 16-11-855)--Second

and subsequent offense

16-11-825 Theft of cable television, unauthorized connection

or use of device to cable television system (See

Section 16-11-855)--Second and subsequent

offenses

16-11-830 Theft of cable television service, aid, abet, or

attempt (See Section 16-11-855)--Second and

subsequent offenses

16-11-835 Advertisement or sale of instrument designed to

avoid payment for cable services (See Section

16-11-855)--Second and subsequent offenses

16-11-840 Unauthorized device to decode or descramble cable

television signal (See Section 16-11-855)--Second

and subsequent offenses

16-11-845 Use, sale, or installation of a converter or

similar device for unauthorized reception of

cable signals (See Section 16-11-855)--Second and

subsequent offenses

16-11-855 Violation of Article 8, Theft of Cable Television

Service

16-11-910 Transfer of recorded sounds for unauthorized use or

sale (See Section 16-11-920(E))

16-11-915 Unauthorized sale of article containing live

performances (See Section 16-11-920(E))

16-11-920(A)(1) Operation of an audiovisual recording device in a

motion picture theatre with intent to record,

first offense

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

address of manufacturer and designation of

feature artist (See Section 16-11-940(D))

16-13-15 Falsifying or altering transcript or diploma,

fraudulent use of falsified or altered transcript

or diploma penalty

16-13-65 Stealing aquaculture products or damaging

aquaculture facilities - First and second offense

16-13-300 Fraudulent removal or secreting of personal

property attached or levied on

16-13-385(C)(1) Tampering with a utility meter for profit - first

offense

16-13-385(D)(1) Tampering with a utility meter that results in

property damage in excess of $5,000 or results in

the risk of great bodily injury or death - first

offense

16-13-400 Avoiding or attempting to avoid payment of

telecommunications

16-13-410(1) Making or possessing device, plans or instruction

which can be used to violate Section 16-3-400

16-14-60 Financial transaction card fraud

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

of value does not exceed five hundred dollars in

any six-month period

16-14-60(a)(2)(d) Financial transaction card fraud--using financial

transaction card to exceed certain balances or

authorized lines of credit

16-14-60(b) Financial transaction card fraud by a person

authorized to furnish anything of value upon

presentation of a financial transaction card if

the value does not exceed five hundred dollars in

a six-month period

16-14-60(c) Financial transaction card fraud--filing of false

application to an issuer of a financial

transaction card

16-14-60(d) Financial transaction card fraud--filing of false

notice or report of theft

16-14-80 Criminally receiving goods and services

fraudulently obtained

16-15-50 Seduction under promise of marriage

16-15-60 Adultery or fornication

16-15-90 Prostitution (See Section 16-15-110(3))--Third or

subsequent offenses

16-15-100 Prostitution; further acts (See Section

16-15-110(3))--Third or subsequent offenses

16-15-315 Condition on certain sales for resale or on

franchising rights that obscene material be

received for resale prohibited

16-15-325 Participation in preparation of obscene material

prohibited

16-16-20(3)(c) Computer crime--second degree--First offense

16-17-310 Imitation of organizations' names, emblems, and the

like

16-17-500(3) Providing tobacco products to a minor

16-17-520 Disturbance of religious worship

16-17-540 Bribery with respect to agents, servants, or

employees

16-17-650(A)(1) Engaging in cockfighting, game fowl or illegal game

fowl fighting testing, First Offense

16-17-680(D) Purchase from certain persons of nonferrous metals

for the purpose of recycling the nonferrous

metals, second offense

16-17-680(D)(2) Unlawful purchase or transportation of nonferrous

metals, second offense

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

a secondary metals recycler, first offense

16-17-680(F) Secondary metals recycler possessing stolen

nonferrous metal, second offense

16-17-680(G) Transportation of nonferrous metals of an aggregate

weight of more than ten pounds, second offense

16-17-700 Tattooing

16-17-720 Impersonating law enforcement officer

16-17-735 Impersonation of state or local official or

employee or law enforcement officer or asserting

authority of state law in connection with a sham

legal process

16-19-10 Setting up lotteries

16-19-40 Unlawful games and betting

16-21-60(B) Use of vehicle without permission (Temporary

purpose only)

16-21-70 Use of bicycle or other vehicle without permission,

but without intent to steal

16-23-20 Unlawful carrying of pistol (See Section

16-23-50(A)(2))

16-23-450 Placing loaded trap gun, spring gun, or like device

16-23-730 Manufacturing, possessing, transporting,

distributing, using, aiding, counseling, or

conspiring in the use of a hoax device or replica

of a destructive device or detonator that causes

a person to believe that the hoax device or

replica is a destructive device or detonator

16-25-20 Commission of Criminal Domestic Violence, second

offense

16-25-20(B)(2) Criminal domestic violence, second offense

16-27-40 Penalty (Animal Fighting or Baiting Act)--Second

offense

17-15-90(2) Wilful failure to appear before a court when

released in connection with a charge for a

misdemeanor

17-22-170 Unlawful retention or release of information

regarding participation in intervention program

17-28-350 Willful and malicious destruction of physical

evidence or biological material. Second and

subsequent offense

17-29-20 Installation of pen register or tap and trace

device

17-30-50(B)(1) Interception of wire, electronic or oral

communications--First offense

20-3-210 Unlawful advertising for purpose of procuring

divorce (See Section 20-3-220)

22-9-170 Oppression in office or other misconduct,

punishment

23-3-475(B)(2) Providing false information when registering as a

sex offender--Second offense

23-17-40 Liability of sheriff for official misconduct for

remaining in contempt after attachment

23-19-130 Penalties for failure to pay over monies (by

sheriff)

23-31-215(M) Carrying a concealed weapon into a prohibited

environment

23-31-225 Carrying a concealable weapon into the dwelling

place of another without permission

23-35-150(3) Violation concerning fireworks and

explosives--Third and subsequent offenses

23-37-50 Violations concerning safety glazing materials

23-39-40 Prohibited acts (Hazardous Waste Management

Act)--Second and subsequent offenses (See Section

23-39-50(a))

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

information, or a protected identity

24-3-410 Sale of prison-made products on open market

generally prohibited

24-3-420 Violations of article governing prison industries

other than Section 24-3-410

24-5-90 Discrimination in treatment of prisoners unlawful

24-27-300 Frivolous complaints or appeals filed by a prisoner

25-1-440(c)(1) Fraudulent or wilful misstatement of fact in

application for financial federal disaster

assistance

25-1-1420 Unlawful purchase or receipt of military property

25-1-3067 Conduct that prejudices the good order and

discipline in military forces or brings discredit

upon military forces

25-15-20 Improper use of Confederate Crosses of Honor

27-18-350(D) Refusal to deliver property under Uniform Unclaimed

Property Act

30-2-50 Use of personal information from a public body for

commercial solicitation

33-56-140 Illegal charitable organization of professional

solicitations

33-56-145(A) Defrauding a charity (first offense)

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

registering a charity (first offense)

33-57-170(A) Person or organization that unlawfully conducts a

nonprofit raffle - first offense

33-57-170(B) Person or organization that violates a provision of

Title 33, Chapter 57 with the intent to deceive

or defraud an individual or nonprofit

organization - first offense

33-57-170(C) Person or organization that gives false or

misleading information in a registration or

report under Title 33, Chapter 57

34-1-120 Penalties for obstructing commissioner of banking

34-3-70 False statements concerning solvency of bank

34-3-90 Penalties (violation of Sections 34-1-60, 34-1-70,

34-3-310, 34-3-320, 34-5-10 to 34-5-80 and

34-5-100 to 34-5-150 regarding banks and banking

generally)

34-11-30 Receipt of deposits or trusts after knowledge of

insolvency (banks and banking generally)

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

other written order or stopping payment on check,

draft, or order with intent to defraud (more than

$200)--First offense

34-19-110 Use of words safe deposit or safety deposit

34-25-90(b) Wilfully entering false statements in bank records

by an officer, director, agent, or employee of a

bank holding company or a subsidiary of it

34-28-390 Penalties and remedies (violations concerning

savings and loan acquisition and holding

companies)

34-28-740 False statement affecting credit or standing of

savings association

34-36-70 Violation of a provision that regulates loan

brokers

37-5-301(a),(b) Wilful violations (Consumer Protection Code)

37-5-302 Disclosure violations (Consumer Protection Code)

37-5-303 Fraudulent use of cards (Consumer Protection Code)

37-11-120 Violation of a provision concerning the licensing

and regulation of Continuing Care Retirement

Communities

38-13-200 Penalty for refusing to be examined under oath

(Insurance)

38-27-80(d) Cooperation of officers, owners, and employees

(violation) (Insurance)

38-49-40 Violation of a provision that regulates Motor

Vehicle Physical Damage Appraisers

39-9-200 Misuse of commercial weights and measures (See

Section 39-9-208(A))

39-11-170 Violation of a provision that regulates

weighmasters (second or subsequent offense)

39-15-460 Unauthorized alteration, change, removal, or

obliteration of registered mark or brand (labels

and trademarks)

39-15-470 Purchase or receipt of containers marked or branded

from other than registered owner

39-15-480 Unauthorized possession of marked or branded

containers (trade and commerce)

39-15-490 Effect of refusal to deliver containers to lawful

owner (trade and commerce)

39-15-500 Taking or sending containers out of State without

consent of owner

39-15-1190 Intentional use of counterfeit mark or trafficking

in goods carrying the mark

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

disposing of an item having a counterfeit mark on

it, with goods or services having a value of

$2000 or less; using any object, tool, machine,

or other device to produce or reproduce a

counterfeit mark

39-17-340 Penalties (violation of article concerning grading

of watermelons)

39-19-60 Penalty for disposal of stored cotton without

consent of owner

39-22-90(A)(5)-(7) Prohibited acts. State Warehouse System (See

Section 39-22-90(B))

39-41-570 Penalties (violation of article concerning

deception in sale of liquid fuels, lubricating

oils and greases)

39-75-50 Selling, offering for sale, or delivering for

introduction into this State nonconforming

regrooved tires

40-1-200 Penalty for unlawful practice of a profession or

submitting false information to obtain a license

to practice a profession

40-2-200 Certified Public Accountants and Public Accountants

regulations violations

40-3-200 Engaging in practice of architecture in violation

of chapter or knowingly submitting false

information for purpose of obtaining license

40-6-200 Penalties (violation of chapter concerning

auctioneers)--Second offense

40-7-200 Practicing barbering unlawfully or submitting false

information to obtain barbering license

40-8-110(K) Failure to make required contribution to care and

maintenance trust fund or a merchandise account

fund

40-8-190 Submitting false information to procure cemetery

operator's license

40-10-200 Violation of First Protection Sprinkler Act

40-11-200 Illegal practice as licensed contractor

40-18-150 Penalties (violation of chapter concerning

detective and private security agencies)

40-23-200 Practice as environmental systems operator in

violation of Title 40, Chapter 23

40-31-20 Penalties (violation of chapter concerning

naturopathy)

40-33-200 Unauthorized practice of nursing

40-35-200(C) Administering a nursing home, residential care

facility or habilitation center without a license

40-36-200 Knowingly submitting false information to obtain

license to practice as occupational therapist or

as occupational therapy assistant

40-38-200 Violation of chapter regulating Opticians

40-41-60 License required for erection of lightning rods

40-41-220 Encamping and trading in animals or commodities by

nomadic individuals without license unlawful

40-43-140 Unlawful use of titles, declarations, and

signs--unlawful dispensing, compounding, and sale

of drugs (pharmacists)

40-47-112 Attending to a patient while under the influence of

drugs or alcohol

40-47-200 Submitting false information for purpose of

obtaining a license to practice medicine

40-51-220 Penalties (violation of chapter on podiatry)

40-54-80 Violations of chapter concerning dealers in

precious metals Second offense

40-55-170 Unauthorized practice of psychology

40-56-200 State Board of Pyrotechnic Safety violations

40-63-200 Practice as social worker in violation of Title 40,

Chapter 63

40-68-150(B) Staff Leasing Services violation

40-79-200(A) Penalty (violation of South Carolina Regulation of

Burglar Alarm System Businesses Act)

40-82-200 Failure to obtain a license to engage in liquified

petroleum gas activities

41-1-60 Certain transactions between carriers or shippers

and labor organizations prohibited, penalties

41-15-320(e) Penalties (wilfully violating safety or health rule

or regulation)--Subsequent offense

41-25-30 Private personnel placement services applications

and licensing (violations) (See Section 41-25-90)

41-25-40 Private personnel placement services; duties of

licensees (See Section 41-25-90)

41-25-50 Prohibited activities or conduct of personnel

agencies (See Section 41-25-90)

41-25-60 Advertisements in South Carolina of firms located

outside its jurisdiction (See Section 41-25-90)

41-25-70 Prohibited activities or conduct of employers or

person seeking employment (private personnel

agencies) (See Section 41-25-90)

41-25-80 Confidentiality of record and files (private

personnel agencies) (See Section 41-25-90)

42-9-360 Receiving fees, consideration, or gratuity for

services not approved by the commission or the

court

42-15-90 Receipt of fees, other consideration, or a gratuity

not approved by the Worker's Compensation

Commission

43-5-25 Wilful use of payment for purpose not in best

interest of child, protective payee

43-5-950 Violations of article concerning women, infants,

and children supplemental food program

43-35-85(A) Failure to report abuse, neglect, or exploitation

of a vulnerable adult

44-2-140 Underground Petroleum Response Bank Act violation

44-6-180(B) Medically Indigent Assistance Act confidentiality

violation

44-6-200 Falsification of information regarding eligibility

for Medically Indigent Assistance Program

44-17-860 Unlawful taking of person from mental health

facility without permission

44-22-100(C) Unlawful to disclose records of mental health

patient or former patient

44-22-220(C) Unlawful to wilfully deny a patient his rights

afforded him under chapter

44-23-240 Unwarranted confinement of an individual

44-23-1150(D) Submitting inaccurate or untruthful information

concerning sexual misconduct

44-24-210 Unlawful without prior authorization to take child

from grounds of inpatient facility

44-26-210 Denial of rights to a client with intellectual

disability

44-32-120(F) Unlawful body piercing

44-34-100(F) Tattooing violation

44-41-31(C) False representation on an affidavit for abortion

44-43-580 Traffic in dead bodies

44-53-50(E) Sale of cleaning agents containing phosphates

prohibited

44-53-370(b)(4) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (manufacture or

possession of Schedule V drugs with intent to

distribute)--First offense

44-53-370(d)(2) Prohibited Acts A, penalties (possession of other

controlled substances in Schedules I through

V)--Second and subsequent offense

44-53-398(H)(3) Purchasing a product containing ephedrine or

pseudoephedrine from any person other than a

manufacturer or registered wholesale distributor,

First Offense

44-53-445(D)(2) Purchase of controlled substance within proximity

of school

44-53-590 Penalty for use of property in manner which makes

it subject to forfeiture (as provided in Sections

44-53-520 and 44-53-530)

44-53-1530(2)(b) Possession of anabolic steroids, ten or fewer doses

(second or subsequent offense)

44-53-1530(3)(a) Possession of anabolic steroids, 11 to 99 doses

(first offense)

44-55-80 Unlawful acts (violation of State Safe Water

Drinking Act) (See Section 44-55-90(a))

44-56-130 Unlawful acts (Hazardous Waste Management Act) (See

Section 44-56-140C.)--First offense

44-56-490(C) Wilfully violating a provision of the Drycleaning

Facility Restoration Trust Fund provisions

44-63-161(C) Willful violation of regulation or order relative

to recording, reporting, or filing information

with Bureau of Vital Statistics

44-93-150(C) Infectious Waste Management Act violation (first

offense)

44-96-100(B) Wilful violation of solid waste regulations, first

offense

44-96-450(B) Wilful violation of Solid Waste Act--First offense

45-9-85 Violation of confidentiality of Section 45-9-60

(Equal enjoyment and privileges to public

accommodations, complaints, hearings, etc.)

46-1-50 Firing turpentine farms

46-1-75 Maliciously damaging farm product, research

facility or equipment valued at less than $500

46-10-100 Penalties (violation of article concerning boll

weevil eradication)

46-23-80 Penalty (violation of South Carolina Noxious Weed

Act)

46-41-170(1) Penalty (violation of chapter concerning dealers

and handlers of agriculture products) Second or

subsequent offense

46-50-30, section 15 Disclosure of confidential information relating to

Southern Interstate Dairy Compact

46-50-60 Violation of Southern Interstate Dairy Compact

47-9-10 Marking, branding, or disfiguring large animals of

another--Second or subsequent offense

47-9-30 Use of horse, mare, or mule without permission

47-9-410 Violations (article concerning livestock generally)

47-17-60 Prohibited acts (meat and meat food, Regulations

and Inspection Law) (See Section 47-17-100(a))

47-17-70 Slaughtering or processing except in compliance

with article prohibited (meat and meat food,

Regulations and Inspection Law) (See Section

47-17-100(a))

47-17-80 Records (meat and meat food, Regulations and

Inspection Law) (See Section 47-17-100(a))

47-21-80(B) Penalty for violation of Farm Animal and Research

Facilities Protection Act (violation of Section

47-21-60)

47-21-250(B) Unlawful entry into or remaining unlawfully in a

crop operation

48-39-170(A) Penalties (violation of chapter concerning coastal

tidelands and wetlands)--Second or subsequent

offense

50-1-125(2), (3), and (4) Trafficking in wildlife

50-1-136 Penalties for conspiracy (violation of provisions

of Title 50 relating to fish, game, and

watercraft)

50-5-1535 Unlawful taking, possessing, buying, selling, or

shipping of short nose sturgeon

50-5-2305(D) Unlawful catching of wild rock (second or

subsequent offense)

50-5-2535 Engaging in prohibited activities while under

suspension, Marine Resources Act

50-9-1200 Hunting or fishing while under suspension

50-11-95 Engaging in Computer Assisted Remote Hunting, First

Offense

50-11-710 Night hunting and illegal use of artificial lights

while hunting

50-11-720 Night hunting for deer or bear

50-11-852 Molesting or killing a bald eagle

50-11-1920 Violation of food service permit to sell exotic

farm-raised venison

50-11-2640(B) Bringing into State or importing live coyote or fox

without permit--First offense

50-13-1410 Unlawful to pollute waters so as to injure fish and

shellfish

50-13-1440 Using explosives to take fish unlawful--Second

offense

50-15-80(b) Penalties, violation of Sections 50-15-40(c) or

50-15-50(d), (e)

50-18-270(C) Placing or releasing species imported from another

state into waters of State--Second offense

50-18-285(C) Damaging or poisoning aquaculture products or

facilities--Second offense

50-21-112(B)(2) Operating a water device while under the influence

of alcohol or drugs (second offense)

50-21-130(A)(1) Failure of an operator of a vessel involved in a

collision resulting in property damage to stop

and render assistance

52-5-10 Race horses must not be entered under assumed names

or out of proper class

52-5-40 Misrepresenting or concealing former performance of

race horse

54-7-810(B)(1) Violation of Underwater Antiquities Act

55-1-100(F) Unlawful to operate or act as a flight crew member

of aircraft while under the influence of alcohol

or drugs

55-3-130 Discharging a laser at an aircraft

55-3-130 Shining light at aircraft with intent to interfere

with the operation of the aircraft

56-1-25 Disclosure of Department of Motor Vehicles

confidential information

56-3-150 Illegal operation of foreign vehicle

56-5-1210(A)(1) Failure to stop a vehicle involved in an accident

when injury results but great bodily injury or

death does not occur

56-5-1220 Failure to comply with the duties of a driver

involved in an accident

56-5-2780 Unlawfully passing a stopped school bus, great

bodily injury results

56-5-2930 Unlawful for narcotic users or persons under

influence of liquor, drugs or like substances to

drive (See Section 56-5-2940(2))--Second offense

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

second offense

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

exterior markings, sirens, etc

56-11-250 Failure of a motor carrier to apply for a

registration card and identification marker

56-17-10 Failure to purchase a license, keep records, supply

information when required by law

56-19-240 Application for certificate, form, and contents

(vehicle title)

56-19-480 Transfer and surrender of certificates, license

plates, registration cards, and manufacturers

serial plates of vehicles sold as salvage,

abandoned, scrapped, or destroyed--Second and

subsequent offenses

56-31-50(C) Rental company making a false report regarding

certain personal property taxes

56-31-50(D) Misrepresentation of the amount of personal

property taxes on a private passenger motor

vehicle or rental vehicle paid or the amount of

surcharges collected

57-25-145(C) Placing an outdoor sign advertising an adult or

sexually-oriented business within one mile of a

public highway

58-3-280 Restriction on employment of former commissioners

by public utility

58-4-130 Restriction on outside employment of executive

director

58-7-60(C)(1) Unlawful appropriation of gas that results in

property damage in excess of $5,000 or the risk

of great bodily injury or death - first offense

58-7-60(E)(1) Aiding, abetting, or assisting another person in

withdrawing and appropriating gas - first offense

58-7-70 Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas

meters - first offense

58-7-70(C)(1) Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas

meters for profit - first offense

58-7-70(D)(1) Wrongful use of gas and interference with gas

meters for profit when violation results in

property damage greater than $5,000 or in risk of

great bodily injury or death - first offense

58-15-870 Injuring railroad or electric railway generally

58-15-1110 Violation by Railroads of Interstate Commerce Act

58-17-2760 Criminal penalty on individuals for violation of

transportation of freight

58-17-4030 Injury due to negligence or carelessness of general

railroad law

58-17-4050 Injury due to wilful violation of general railroad

law

58-23-920 Insurance required of owners of motor vehicles

transporting goods for hire--First offense

59-5-130 Members shall not contract with State Board of

Education

59-69-260 Officials shall not acquire interest in claims or

contracts (school funds)

61-2-240 Interference with an officer or use of abusive

language by an officer or another person

61-4-1530 Operation of brewery or winery without permit

61-6-4010(B)(2) Unlawful manufacture, possession or sale of

alcoholic liquors--Second offense

61-6-4025(b) Possession of unlawfully acquired or manufactured

alcoholic liquors in a vehicle, vessel, or

aircraft--Second offense

61-6-4030(b) Transportation of alcoholic liquors in a taxi or

other vehicle for hire--Second offense

61-6-4040(b) Rendering aid in unlawful transportation of

alcoholic liquor--Second offense

61-6-4060(B)(2) Unlawful storage of alcoholic liquor in a place of

business--Second offense

61-6-4100(b) Manufacture, sale, or possession of unlawful

distillery--Second offense

61-6-4110(b) Knowingly permitting or allowing a person to locate

an unlawful distillery on a premise--Second

offense

61-6-4120(b) Unlawful manufacture, transport, or possession of

materials used in the manufacture of alcoholic

liquors--Second offense

61-6-4130(b) Present at a place where alcoholic liquors are

unlawfully manufactured--Second offense

61-6-4150(b) Unlawful sale of alcoholic liquor from a vehicle,

vessel, or aircraft--Second offense

61-6-4160(b) Unlawful sale of alcoholic liquors on Sundays,

election days, and other days--Second offense

61-6-4170(B)(2) Advertisement of alcoholic liquors from

billboard--Second offense

61-6-4200 Unlawful disposal, rescue, or attempted disposal or

rescue of alcoholic liquors

61-8-50 Violation of a restraining order against unlawful

sale, barter, exchange, storage, or possession of

alcoholic liquors

62-2-901 Destruction of or failure to deliver a will to a

Judge of Probate

63-3-620 Contempt of court

63-5-20 Failure to provide reasonable support to a spouse

or minor child

63-7-940 Dissemination of classified information

63-7-1990(A) Dissemination of confidential reports

63-11-90 Violations of Article 1, Child Welfare Agencies

63-11-1350 Disclosure of confidential records

63-13-40(B) Unlawful application for employment by an

ex-convict

63-13-190(C) Unlawful application for employment by ex-convict

63-13-420(F) Application for operator license for childcare

facilities when persons convicted of certain

crimes

63-13-430(E) Renewal application for operator license for

childcare facilities when persons convicted of

certain crimes

63-13-620(E), (F) Application for statement of standard conformity or

approval for childcare facilities when persons

convicted of certain crimes

63-13-630(E), (G) Renewal application for statement of standard

conformity or approval for childcare facilities

when persons convicted of certain crimes

63-13-820(E), (F) Application for registration for childcare

facilities when persons convicted of certain

crimes

63-13-830(C), (D) Renewal application for registration for childcare

facilities when persons convicted of certain

crimes

63-13-1010(D) Application for license or registration of church

and religious centers for childcare facilities

when persons convicted of certain crimes

63-17-1070 Unlawful release of information

HISTORY: 1993 Act No. 184, Section 9; 1993 Act No. 164, Part II, Section 19B; 1997 Act No. 80, Section 8.

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