That would fall under 5-54-122 if I'm not mistaken in the state of Arkansas. It could range to a class D felony if the alleged behavior is a capital offense, however this is a common occurrence with teenagers (and especially a common claim). More often than not, this is a class A misdemeanor and may result in a fine (Possibly around $2,500 or less) and less than a year in jail - if that. It also depends on previous record and, as I said, the nature of the offense falsified.
Jun 21st, 2013
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