TITLE 10
OFFENSES AND CRIMES
CHAPTER 1
OFFENSES IN GENERAL; PENALTIES
SECTION:
10-1-1: Attempts To Commit An Offense
10-1-2: Aiding In An Offense
10-1-3: Offenses Include Aiding, Permitting
10-1-4: General Offense, State Law
10-1-5: Penalty
10-1-1: ATTEMPTS TO COMMIT AN OFFENSE:
   Every person who attempts to commit an offense against the ordinances of the city, and in such attempt does any act toward the commission of such offense, but fails or is prevented or intercepted in the perpetration thereof, is guilty of an offense, and shall be punished in the manner prescribed for the attempted offense itself. (2000 Code § 10-101)
10-1-2: AIDING IN AN OFFENSE:
   When no punishment for counseling or aiding in the commission of a particular offense is expressly prescribed by ordinance, every person who counsels or aids another in the commission of such is guilty of an offense, or misdemeanor, and punishable in the same manner as the principal offender. (2000 Code § 10-102)
10-1-3: OFFENSES INCLUDE AIDING, PERMITTING:
   Whenever in this code any act or omission is made unlawful, it includes causing, allowing, permitting, aiding, abetting, suffering, or concealing the fact of such act or omission. (2000 Code § 10-103)
10-1-4: GENERAL OFFENSE, STATE LAW:
   It is unlawful for any person to commit any act or fail to perform any requirement which is prohibited or required by state law, insofar as such laws are enforceable by the city government. (2000 Code § 10-104)
10-1-5: PENALTY:
   Any violation of the provisions of this title is punishable by fine or imprisonment as provided in section of this code. (2000 Code § 10-701)