FAA6.F Administrative : 02 NA as Obligations of the U.S. - Crimes and Offenses : B NA as Obligations of the U.S. - Crimes and Offenses - Felony Convictions
B NA as Obligations of the U.S. - Crimes and Offenses - Felony Convictions
Felony convictions for knowingly transferring, acquiring, altering, or possessing NA benefits illegally result in the following penalties:
 
First conviction, a FINE of not more than $10,000 AND OR IMPRISONMENT for not more than five years
Second and subsequent convictions, IMPRISONMENT for not less than six months or more than five years, AND a FINE of not more than $10,000
 
Felony convictions for presenting or causing to be presented for payment or redemption, NA benefits known to be counterfeited, altered, transferred, or acquired illegally, result in the following penalties:
 
First conviction, a FINE of not more than $20,000 or IMPRISONMENT for not more than five years or both
Second and subsequent convictions, IMPRISONMENT for not less than one year or more than five years AND a FINE of not more than $20,000