2010 Tennessee Code
Title 39 - Criminal Offenses
Chapter 12 - General Offenses
Part 1 - Inchoate Offenses
39-12-107 - Grading attempt, solicitation and conspiracy.

39-12-107. Grading attempt, solicitation and conspiracy.

(a)  Criminal attempt is an offense one (1) classification lower than the most serious crime attempted, unless the offense attempted was a Class C misdemeanor, in which case the attempt would not be an offense.

(b)  Solicitation is an offense two (2) classifications lower than the most serious offense solicited, unless the offense solicited was a Class B or C misdemeanor, in which case the solicitation would not be an offense.

(c)  Except as provided in § 39-17-417(i) and (j), conspiracy is an offense one (1) classification lower than the most serious offense that is the object of the conspiracy, unless the offense conspired was a Class C misdemeanor, in which case the conspiracy would not be an offense.

[Acts 1989, ch. 591, § 1.]  

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