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A. Term Of Imprisonment For Misdemeanors 1 : A person who has been convicted of a misdemeanor may be sentenced to imprisonment as follows:
1. In the case of a Class B misdemeanor, for a term not exceeding six (6) months;
2. In the case of a Class C misdemeanor, for a term not exceeding ninety (90) days. (1985 Code § 13-3-2.2)
B. Infractions 2 :
1. A person convicted of an infraction may not be imprisoned but may be subject to a fine, forfeiture and disqualification, or any combination. (1985 Code § 13-3-2.3; amd. 2001 Code)
2. Whenever a person is convicted of an infraction and no punishment is specified, the person may be fined as for a Class C misdemeanor. (1985 Code § 13-3-2.3)
C. Fines Of Persons 3 : A person convicted of an offense may, in addition to any term of imprisonment imposed, be sentenced to pay a fine not to exceed:
1. Class B Misdemeanor: One thousand dollars ($1,000.00) when the conviction is of a Class B misdemeanor;
2. Class C Misdemeanor: Seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00) when the conviction is of a Class C misdemeanor;
3. Infraction: Seven hundred fifty dollars ($750.00) when the conviction is of an infraction. (1985 Code § 13-3-3.1)
D. Fines Of Corporations 4 : The sentence to pay a fine, when imposed upon a corporation, association, partnership or governmental instrumentality for an offense defined in this code, or the ordinances of the city, or for an offense defined outside of this code over which this city has jurisdiction, for which no special corporate fine is specified, shall be sentenced to pay an amount, fixed by the court, not exceeding:
1. Class B Misdemeanor: Five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) when the conviction is for a Class B misdemeanor; and
2. Class C Misdemeanor; Infraction: One thousand dollars ($1,000.00) when the conviction is for a Class C misdemeanor or for an infraction. (1985 Code § 13-3-3.2)
1. U.C.A. § 76-3-204.
2. U.C.A. § 76-3-205.
3. U.C.A. § 76-3-301.
4. U.C.A. § 76-3-302.