Intimidating a police officer
The one moiety of the fines imposed by this article shall be for the State and the other moiety to such person as shall be grieved, hindered or molested by reason of the offense or offenses before mentioned that will sue for the same by action in any court of competent jurisdiction. HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 16-211; 1952 Code Section 16-211; 1942 Code Section 1402; 1932 Code Section 1402; Cr. (C) A person may be convicted under this section if he induces, procures, or persuades another person to commit perjury or if he commits perjury by his own act, consent, or agreement. HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 16-201; 1952 Code Section 16-201; 1942 Code Section 1397; 1932 Code Section 1397; Cr. A person who violates the provisions of this section is guilty of a felony and, upon conviction, must be fined in the discretion of the court or imprisoned not more than five years, or both. It is unlawful for a person to wilfully and knowingly swear falsely in taking any oath required by law that is administered by a person directed or permitted by law to administer such oath. Taking of consideration or the like by sheriff or other officer for not performing duties. HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 16-217; 1952 Code Section 16-217; 1942 Code Section 1404; 1932 Code Section 1404; Cr.
If any person shall receive of another any sum of money or reward of meat, drink or other valuable consideration for procuring or assisting to procure any office or place of trust in this State, whether such office is to be obtained through any general, special or primary election or from any elective tribunal, for any other person whatever and be convicted thereof, he shall forfeit the sum of not more than one hundred dollars and suffer imprisonment at the discretion of the court having cognizance of the same. Acceptance of bribes by jurors, arbitrators, umpires or referees. Trial of offenses against Sections 16-9-280 and 16-9-290. HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 16-558.2; 1952 Code Section 16-558.2; 1950 (46) 2059. Any sheriff or other officer who shall violate the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not less than twenty-five dollars nor more than two hundred dollars or imprisoned not less than thirty days and not more than six months, or both fined and imprisoned at the discretion of the court. HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 16-231; 1952 Code Section 16-231; 1942 Code Section 1409; 1932 Code Section 1409; Cr. It shall be a misdemeanor for any sheriff or other peace officer in South Carolina to make any charge for the arrest, detention, conveying or delivering of any person charged with the commission of crime in this State, except the mileage and necessary expenses as now provided by law. A person who violates the provisions of this subsection is guilty of a felony and, upon conviction, must be fined not less than one thousand dollars nor more than ten thousand dollars or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both. (B) A person who violates the provisions of subsection (A) is guilty of a felony and, upon conviction, must be fined not more than ten thousand dollars or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both. If any other statute of this State more specifically describes and prohibits the conduct also prohibited in this article and provides penalties, that statute shall govern and no prosecution may be instituted under this article. (C) A person who violates the provisions of this section is guilty of a: (1) felony and, upon conviction, must be imprisoned not more than ten years; (2) misdemeanor and, upon conviction, must be imprisoned not more than two years or fined not more than five hundred dollars if the person whose escape or rescue was effected or intended was charged with a noncapital offense.