What are the penalties for harboring a fugitive and how would it be proven?

Full Question:

What are the penalties for harboring a fugitive and how would it be proven?
04/19/2017   |   Category: Criminal   |   State: South Carolina   |   #35912

Answer:

It depends on the type of harboring and applicable statute.  Here is a group of South Carolina laws that deal with harboring a criminal and other matters.  Most of these are all different with different penalties.

1.       § 23-3-550. Assisting or harboring unregistered sex offender; penalty.


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...Act No.9. § 23-3-550. Assisting or harboring unregistered sex offender; penalty (A) A person who...
...is guilty of the offense of assisting or harboring an unregistered sex offender, if the person: (1...
...attempts to harbor, or assists another person in harboring or attempting to harbor the person required to




2.       § 54-9-10. Harboring deserting seamen or enticing them to desert.


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...through 2017 Act No.9. § 54-9-10. Harboring deserting seamen or enticing them to desert Any person who shall be convicted of harboring deserting seamen or of inveigling or procuring them...
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3.       § 54-9-30. Provisions regarding harboring deserting seamen extend to all shipping agreements.


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4.       § 47-3-740. Owning or harboring animal for fighting or attacking humans or domestic animals prohibited; selling, breeding, buying or attempting to buy, or intent to do same, prohibited; exceptions.


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...Act No.9. § 47-3-740. Owning or harboring animal for fighting or attacking humans or domestic...
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5.       § 25-7-80. Concealing or harboring violator of chapter. 
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...Act No.9. § 25-7-80. Concealing or harboring violator of chapter Whoever harbors or conceals any...
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6.       § 24-13-420. Unlawful escape; harboring or employing escaped convicts; penalty.


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...Act No.9. § 24-13-420. Unlawful escape; harboring or employing escaped convicts; penalty (A) It is...
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7.       § 16-23-720. Use, counseling or soliciting others to use, possessing, or threatening to use destructive device; harboring terrorist.


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...use, possessing, or threatening to use destructive device; harboring terrorist (A) It is unlawful for a person...
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8.       § 16-1-90. Crimes classified as felonies.


...of a destructive weapon16-23-720(E) Harboring one known to have violatedprovisions relating to...
...county ormunicipal prisons prohibited24"13"420 Harboring or employing escaped convicts24"13"430(2...
...umpires, or referees16"9"460 Movement and harboring intended to further illegalentry or detection16...
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...for the purpose of impounding, care, adoption or harboring seized, stray, homeless, abandoned, or unwanted dogs, cats...
...for the purpose of impounding, care, adoption or harboring seized, stray, homeless, abandoned, or unwanted dogs, cats...
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10.       § 54-9-50. Evidence of masters of vessels or other transient persons may be taken de bene esse.


...of this chapter providing for the punishment of harboring seamen who have deserted and it shall appear...
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11.       § 47-3-730. Dangerous animal not permitted beyond premises unless safely restrained.


...premises unless safely restrained No person owning or harboring or having the care of a dangerous animal...
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12.       § 47-3-720. Dangerous animal not to go unconfined on premises; "unconfined" defined;
exceptions.


...premises; "unconfined" defined; exceptions No person owning or harboring or having the care or the custody of...
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13.       § 47-3-470. Descriptions.


...the State for the purpose of impounding or harboring seized, stray, homeless, abandoned, or unwanted dogs, cats...
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14.       § 16-3-2010. Trafficking in persons, definition of "sex trafficking" revised. 
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15.       § 16-1-100. Crimes classified as misdemeanors.


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