TYPECLASSMAX PRISON TERM (1)MAX FINE (2)PROBATION TERM (3)MAX SUPERVISED RELEASE TERM (4)MAX PRISON TERM UPON SUPERVISED RELEASE (5)SPECIAL ASSESSMENT (6)
FELONYALife Imprisonment (or Death)$250,0001 - 5 yrs5 yrs5 yrs$100
B25 yrs or more$250,0001 - 5 yrs5 yrs3 yrs$100
C10 - 25 yrs$250,0001 - 5 yrs3 yrs2 yrs$100
D5 - 10 yrs$250,0001 - 5 yrs3 yrs2 yrs$100
E1 - 5 yrs$250,0001 - 5 yrs1 yr1 yr$100
MISDEMEANORA6mos - 1yr$100,0000 - 5 yrs1 yr1 yr$25
B30 days - 6 mos$5,0000 - 5 yrs1 yr1 yr$10
C5 - 30 days$5,0000 - 5 yrs1 yr1 yr$5
INFRACTIONN/A0 - 5 days$5,0000 - 1 yrN/AN/AN/A

REFERENCES:
Taken from Cornell University Law School

  1. 18 U.S.C. § 3559
  2. 18 U.S.C. § 3571
  3. 18 U.S.C. § 3561(c)
  4. 18 U.S.C. §§ 3583–b
  5. 18 U.S.C. § 3583(e)(3)
  6. 18 U.S.C. § 3013

NOTES:

  1. Maximum fine: The maximum fine for misdemeanors is increased to $250,000 if the offense resulted in death.
  2. Probation term: Probation is imposed as a substitute for imprisonment.
  3. Maximum supervised release term: Supervised release is imposed in addition to imprisonment.
  4. Special assessment: The special assessment is increased if the offender is a person other than an individual.

 
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