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