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Intentionally Inhaling or Inducing Others to Inhale Solvent Fumes

It is a violation under Missouri law to intentionally inhale or induce others to inhale the fumes emitting from solvents

If you are facing a charge of intentionally inhaling or inducing others to inhale solvent fumes in Missouri, then you could be facing the following penalties:

  1. A class B misdemeanor criminal record.
  2. A jail sentence of up to 6 months.
  3. A fine of up to $1,000.
  4. A combination of both a jail sentence and a fine.
  5. Probation for not less than 6 months and up to 2 years, either Supervised or Unsupervised.
  6. Costs for probation.
  7. Court Costs.
  8. Random Drug Testing and the Costs.
  9. Community Service.

This charge specifically applies to aiding or inducing others to violate RSMo. Sections 579.097-579.099.

(You will be charged with a class E felony for any additional offenses beyond your first. As such, it is important that you have a skilled criminal defense attorney working on your behalf.) Limiting your exposure to potential felony charges begins with a stout defense for a misdemeanor charge. Contact Anthony Bretz today to discuss your case. Don't wait to start protecting your rights. Call us now.