State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Mississippi > Title-99 > 15 > 99-15-107

§ 99-15-107. Ineligibility for intervention.
 

A person shall not be considered for intervention if he or she has previously been accepted into an intervention program nor shall intervention be considered for those individuals charged with any crime of violence including, but not limited to murder, aggravated assault, rape, armed robbery, manslaughter or burglary of a dwelling house. A person shall not be eligible for acceptance into the intervention program provided by Sections 99-15-101 through 99-15-127 if such person has been charged (a) with an offense pertaining to the sale, barter, transfer, manufacture, distribution or dispensing of a controlled substance, or the possession with intent to sell, barter, transfer, manufacture, distribute or dispense a controlled substance, as provided in Section 41-29-139(a)(1), Mississippi Code of 1972, except for a charge under said provision when the controlled substance involved is one (1) ounce or less of marihuana; or (b) with an offense pertaining to the possession of one (1) kilogram or more of marihuana as provided in Section 41-29-139(c)(2)(D), Mississippi Code of 1972. 
 

Sources: Laws,  1983, ch. 445, § 4; reenacted, 1987, ch. 329, § 4, eff from and after July 1, 1987.