CHAPTER 303. SENTENCING GUIDELINES

Sec.


303.1.    Sentencing guidelines standards.
303.2.    Procedure for determining the guideline sentence.
303.3.    Offense Gravity Score—general.
303.4.    Prior Record Score—categories.
303.5.    Prior Record Score—prior convictions.
303.6.    Prior Record Score—prior juvenile adjudications.
303.7.    Prior Record Score—guideline points scoring.
303.8.    Prior Record Score—miscellaneous.
303.9.    Guideline sentence recommendation: general.
303.10.    Guideline sentence recommendations: enhancements.
303.11.    Guideline sentence recommendation: sentencing levels.
303.12.    Guideline sentence recommendations: sentencing programs.
303.13.    Guideline sentence recommendations: aggravated and mitigated circumstances.
303.14.    Guideline sentence recommendations—economic sanctions.
303.15.    Offense Listing.
303.16(a).    Basic Sentencing Matrix.
303.16(b).    Basic Sentencing Matrix for Offenders Under Age 18 Convicted of 1st or 2nd Degree Murder.
303.17(a).    Deadly Weapon Enhancement/Possessed Matrix.
303.17(b).    Deadly Weapon Enhancement/Used Matrix.
303.18(a).    Youth Enhancement Matrix.
303.18(b).    School Enhancement Matrix.
303.18(c).    Youth and School Enhancement Matrix.

Source

   The provisions of this Chapter 303 adopted May 14, 1982, effective July 22, 1982, 12 Pa.B. 1536, unless otherwise noted.

Notes of Decisions

   Deadly Weapons Enhancement

   The court did not err by imposing the deadly weapons enhancement on the charge of terroristic threats following appellant’s act of flailing a kitchen knife at the officer called to the scene of a domestic incident. Commonwealth v. Beckwith, 674 A.2d 276 (Pa. Super. 1996).

   Deviation from Guidelines

   The sentencing court, which deviated from the guidelines’ suggested range, abused its discretion by focusing on its perceived seriousness of the offense, and by expressing its opinion that the guidelines for the particular offense are ‘‘ridiculous.’’ The court also failed to consider the character and circumstances of the defendant. Because of the abuse of discretion, the sentence was vacated and the matter remanded for resentencing. Commonwealth v. Eby, 784 A.2d 204 (Pa. Super. 2001).

§ 303.1. Sentencing guidelines standards.

 (a)  The court shall consider the sentencing guidelines in determining the appropriate sentence for offenders convicted of, or pleading guilty or nolo contendere to, felonies and misdemeanors. Where crimes merge for sentencing purposes, the court shall consider the sentencing guidelines only on the offense assigned the higher offense Gravity score.

 (b)  The sentencing guidelines do not apply to sentences imposed as a result of the following: accelerated rehabilitative disposition; disposition in lieu of trial; direct or indirect contempt of court; violations of protection from abuse orders; revocation of probation, intermediate punishment or parole.

 (c)  The sentencing guidelines shall apply to all offenses committed on or after the effective date of the guidelines. Amendments to the guidelines shall apply to all offenses committed on or after the date the amendment becomes part of the guidelines.

   (1)  When there are current multiple convictions for offenses that overlap two sets of guidelines, the former guidelines shall apply to offenses that occur prior to the effective date of the amendment and the later guidelines shall apply to offenses that occur on or after the effective date of the amendment. If the specific dates of the offenses cannot be determined, then the later guidelines shall apply to all offenses.

   (2)  The initial sentencing guidelines went into effect on July 22, 1982 and applied to all crimes committed on or after that date. Amendments to the guidelines went into effect in June 1983, January 1986 and June 1986. On October 7, 1987 the Pennsylvania Supreme Court invalidated the guidelines due to a procedural error that occurred in 1981 when the legislature rejected the first set of guidelines. New guidelines were drafted and became effective on April 25, 1988. Amendments to the guidelines went into effect August 9, 1991 and December 20, 1991. Revised sets of guidelines became effective August 12, 1994, June 13, 1997, June 3, 2005, December 5, 2008, and December 28, 2012. An Amendment to the guidelines went into effect September 27, 2013.

 (d)  In every case in which a court of record imposes a sentence for a felony or misdemeanor, the court shall make as a part of the record, and disclose in open court at the time of sentencing, a statement of the reason or reasons for the sentence imposed. In every case where a court of record imposes a sentence outside the sentencing guidelines, the reason or reasons for the deviation from the guidelines shall be recorded on the Guideline Sentence Form, a copy of which shall be electronically transmitted to the Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing in the manner described in §  303.1(e).

 (e)  Unless otherwise provided by the Commission, the JNET-based Sentencing Guidelines Software Web application (SGS Web) shall be used at the court’s direction to prepare all guideline-required sentencing information. The completed Guideline Sentence Form shall be made a part of the record and the information electronically submitted to the Commission via SGS Web no later than 30 days after the date of sentencing.

 (f)  Effective January 1, 2014, the State Identification Number (SID) for an offender shall be included as part of the record in the completed Guideline Sentence Form.

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.1 amended July 5, 1985, and applies to sentences for crimes committed after January 1, 1986, 15 Pa.B. 2447; as announced at 16 Pa.B. 439 (February 15, 1986). Prior guidelines will continue to apply when sentencing crimes committed before January 2, 1986; amended December 4, 1987, effective April 25, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 1916; amended May 11, 1991, effective August 9, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 3988; amended February 15, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655; amended June 27, 2014, effective September 26, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 4071. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (367916) to (367917). See Commonwealth v. Sessoms, 532 A.2d 775 (Pa. 1987).

Notes of Decisions

   Applicability to Guilty Plea

   The defendant entered guilty pleas, and the sentencing court imposed sentences beyond those recommended in the guidelines without making the requisite statement of reasons for deviation. The sentencing court stated that since the defendant pled guilty, the guidelines do not apply, per §  303.1(b). However, in light of the express provisions of §  303.1(a), which includes those who plead guilty, the failure to provide a contemporaneous written statement of the reason or reasons for the deviation was reversible error. Commonwealth v. Styles, 812 A.2d 1277 (Pa. Super. 2002).

   Date On Which Sentencing Guidelines Apply Is a Legal Question

   For appellate purposes, the issue of which sentencing guidelines to apply is a legal question and not a discretionary matter; defendant was charged with the offense on date amendments became part of guidelines, therefore the new guidelines are controlling. Commonwealth v. Kimbrough, 872 A.2d 1244, 1263 (Pa. Super. 2005); denial of post-conviction relief affirmed in part, vacating in part A.2d (Pa. Super. 2007).

   Deviation from Guidelines

   Sentence imposed by sentencing judge pursuant to Pennsylvania’s indeterminate sentencing scheme that was within the statutory maximum but exceeded the aggravated range of the sentencing guidelines was not unconstitutional; the statutory maximum is the polestar for constitutional purposes and a judge may impose a sentence outside the guidelines without unconstitutionally increasing the punishment for a crime based on judicially-determined facts as long as the maximum sentence imposed does not exceed the statutory limit. Commonwealth v. Yuhasz, 923 A.2d 1111, 1118—1119 (Pa. 2007)

   Where the sentence substantially exceeded the aggravated range, but was within the statutory limits, and the trial court made the required contemporaneous findings to support the deviation, the Superior Court erred in not allowing an appeal of the sentence to determine if it was excessive. Commonwealth v. Mouzon, 812 A.2d 617 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2002); on remand 828 A.2d 1126 (Pa. Super 2003).

   Although deviation from the sentencing guidelines was permitted, the Sentencing Code required that the court place of record its reasons for such deviations. Where the court failed to indicate that it was in fact sentencing appellant outside of the guidelines and failed to provide a contemporaneous statement of its reasons for such deviation, the sentence should be vacated and remanded for resentencing. Commonwealth v. Byrd, 657 A.2d 961 (Pa. Super. 1995).

   Effective Dates

   Although the sentencing code does not address the issue of which guidelines apply where there is a continuing course of criminal activity occurring both before and after amendments to the guidelines are enacted, the court acted within its discretion in sentencing appellant within the guidelines prior to amendment because appellant had engaged in a continuing course of criminal activity which occurred both before and after the enactment of the August 1994 sentencing guidelines. Commonwealth v. Gessa, 26 D. & C. 4th 216 (1995); affirmed 685 A.2d 1042 (Pa. Super 1996).

   Effective Dates—Ineffective Counsel Assistance

   Because the sentencing ranges on the Sentencing Guideline Worksheets were calculated according to the amended guidelines which were effective for all offenses committed after August 12, 1994, and appellant’s crimes were committed prior to that date, trial counsel was ineffective in failing to object to the imposition of sentence based upon erroneous computations under this regulation. Commonwealth v. Henry, 681 A.2d 791 (Pa. Super. 1996); appeal denied 689 A.2d 232 (Pa. 1997).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.13 (relating to guideline sentence recommendations: aggravated and mitigated circumstances).

§ 303.2. Procedure for determining the guideline sentence.

 (a)  For each conviction offense of a judicial proceeding, the procedure for determining the guideline sentence shall be as follows:

   (1)  Determine the Offense Gravity Score as described in §  303.3 and §  303.15.

   (2)  Determine the Prior Record Score as described in §  303.4—§  303.8.

   (3)  Determine the guideline sentence recommendation as described in §  303.9—§  303.14, including Deadly Weapon Enhancement, Youth/School Enhancement, Criminal Gang Enhancement, and Third Degree Murder of a Victim Younger than Age 13 Enhancement (§  303.10), and aggravating or mitigating circumstances (§  303.13).

 (b)  Judicial proceeding. A judicial proceeding is a proceeding in which all offenses for which the offender has been convicted are pending before the court for sentencing at the same time. A judicial proceeding may include multiple offenses and transactions.

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.2 amended July 5, 1985, and applies to sentences for crimes committed after January 1, 1986, 15 Pa.B. 2447; as announced at 16 Pa.B. 439 (February 15, 1986). Prior guidelines will continue to apply when sentencing crimes committed before January 2, 1986; amended May 11, 1991, effective August 9, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 3988; amended February 15, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (364218).

§ 303.3. Offense Gravity Score—general.

 (a)  An Offense Gravity Score is given for each offense. The Offense Gravity Scores are located in §  303.15.

 (b)  Subcategorized offenses. Certain offenses are subcategorized and scored by the Commission according to the particular circumstances of the offense. The court determines which Offense Gravity Score, located in §  303.15, applies. These offenses are designated by an asterisk (*).

 (c)  Inchoate offenses. Inchoate offenses are scored as follows:

   (1)  Convictions for attempt, solicitation, or conspiracy to commit a Felony 1 offense receive an Offense Gravity Score of one point less than the offense attempted, solicited, or which was the object of the conspiracy.

   (2)  Convictions for attempt, solicitation, or conspiracy to commit any offense which is not a Felony 1 offense, receive the Offense Gravity Score of the offense attempted, solicited, or which was the object of the conspiracy.

   (3)  Convictions for attempt, solicitation, or conspiracy to commit any offense under The Controlled Substance, Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act (35 P. S. §  780-101—§  780-144) receive the Offense Gravity Score of the offense attempted, solicited, or which was the object of the conspiracy.

   (4)  Exception for inchoate murder convictions. Convictions for attempt, solicitation, or conspiracy to commit murder receive the Offense Gravity Score of 14 if there is serious bodily injury and 13 if there is no serious bodily injury.

 (d)  Ethnic Intimidation. Convictions for Ethnic Intimidation (18 Pa.C.S. §  2710) receive an Offense Gravity Score that is one point higher than the offense which was the object of the Ethnic Intimidation. When the object offense is murder of the third degree, a conviction for Ethnic Intimidation receives the highest Offense Gravity Score applicable.

 (e)  Violations of The Controlled Substance, Drug, Device and Cosmetic Act (35 P. S. § §  780-101—780-144). If any mixture or compound contains any detectable amount of a controlled substance, the entire amount of the mixture or compound shall be deemed to be composed of the controlled substance. If a mixture or compound contains a detectable amount of more than one controlled substance, the mixture or compound shall be deemed to be composed entirely of the controlled substance which has the highest Offense Gravity Score.

   (1)  Exception for prescription pills. For violations of 35 P. S. §  780-113(a)(12), (a)(14), and (a)(30) involving narcotic prescription pills of Schedule II, when both the weight and the number of pills are known, the higher Offense Gravity Score assignment applies. (See §  303.15.)

 (f)  Omnibus Offense Gravity Scores. The Omnibus Offense Gravity Score is applied in the following circumstances:

   (1)  when the offense is not otherwise listed in §  303.15, or

   (2)  when the grade or statutory maximum sentence of an offense listed in §  303.15 has changed, unless application of this section would result in a lower Offense Gravity Score for an increased grading or statutory maximum sentence of the offense.

 Where the definition of an offense listed in §  303.15 is changed, but the grade or statutory maximum sentence is not changed, the previously assigned offense gravity score shall apply.

 The Omnibus Offense Gravity Scores are provided below and in the listing at §  303.15:

Felony 18
Felony 27
Felony 35
Felonies not subclassified by the General Assembly5
Misdemeanor 13
Misdemeanor 22
Misdemeanor 31
Misdemeanors not subclassified by the General Assembly1

 (g)  The Offense Gravity Score of 15 is assigned only for first and second degree murder when committed by offenders under age 18.

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.3 amended December 4, 1987, effective April 25, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 1916; amended February 15, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655; amended June 27, 2014, effective September 26, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 4071. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (367919) to (367920).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.2 (relating to procedure for determining the guideline sentence); and 204 Pa. Code §  303.15 (relating to offense listing).

§ 303.4. Prior Record Score—categories.

 (a)  Prior Record Score categories. Determination of the correct Prior Record Score category under this section is based on the type and number of prior convictions (§  303.5) and prior juvenile adjudications (§  303.6). There are eight Prior Record Score categories: Repeat Violent Offender (REVOC), Repeat Felony 1 and Felony 2 Offender (RFEL), and point-based categories of 0, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5.

   (1)  Repeat Violent Offender Category (REVOC). Offenders who have two or more previous convictions or adjudications for four point offenses (§  303.7(a)(1) and §  303.15) and whose current conviction carries an Offense Gravity Score of 9 or higher shall be classified in the Repeat Violent Offender Category.

   (2)  Repeat Felony 1 and Felony 2 Offender Category (RFEL). Offenders who have previous convictions or adjudications for Felony 1 and/or Felony 2 offenses which total 6 or more in the prior record, and who do not fall within the Repeat Violent Offender Category, shall be classified in the repeat Felony 1 and Felony 2 Offender Category.

   (3)  Point-based Categories (0-5). Offenders who do not fall into the REVOC or RFEL categories shall be classified in a Point-based Category. The Prior Record Score shall be the sum of the points accrued based on previous convictions or adjudications, up to a maximum of five points.

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.4 amended July 5, 1985, and applies to sentences for crimes committed after January 1, 1986, 15 Pa.B. 2447; as announced at 16 Pa.B. 439 (February 15, 1986). Prior guidelines will continue to apply when sentencing crimes committed before January 2, 1986; amended December 4, 1987, effective April 25, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 1916; amended February 15, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (364220).

Notes of Decisions

   Deadly Weapon Enhancement

   Because the sentencing court failed to consider the guidelines with the deadly weapon enhancement, the sentence must be vacated and the case remanded for resentencing. If the sentencing court then wishes to impose a sentence outside the guidelines, it may do so provided it places adequate reasons for the deviation on the record. Commonwealth v. Magnum, 654 A.2d 1146 (Pa. Super. 1995).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.2 (relating to procedure for determining the guideline sentence).

§ 303.5. Prior Record Score—prior convictions.

 (a)  If there is a single offense in the prior judicial proceeding, that offense shall be counted in the calculation of the Prior Record Score.

 (b)  If there are multiple offenses in the prior judicial proceeding:

   (1)  The most serious offense of the judicial proceeding shall be counted in the calculation of the Prior Record Score.

   (2)  Any offense for which a sentence of supervision or confinement is imposed consecutive to a sentence for another offense in the judicial proceeding shall be counted in the calculation of the Prior Record Score.

 (c)  Un-sentenced convictions. If no sentence has yet to be imposed on an offense, the offense shall not be counted in the calculation of the Prior Record Score.

 (d)  Adequacy of the Prior Record Score. The court may consider at sentencing prior convictions, juvenile adjudications or dispositions not counted in the calculation of the Prior Record Score, in addition to other factors deemed appropriate by the court.

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.5 amended March 28, 1986, effective June 5, 1986, 16 Pa.B. 1034; amended December 4, 1987, effective April 25, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 1916; amended May 11, 1991, effective August 9, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 3988; amended February 15, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (364221).

Notes of Decisions

   Factors

   The same factors that triggered the enhancement guidelines in the first place can also be used to sentence in the aggravated range. Commonwealth v. Walker, 666 A.2d 301 (Pa. Super. 1995); appeal denied 680 A.2d 1161 (Pa. 1996).

   Illustrative Cases

   Sentencing guidelines and enhanced range of sentence were appropriately applied. Commonwealth v. Walker, 666 A.2d 301 (Pa. Super. 1995).

   The guidelines in §  303.5 impose no restrictions on including convictions from separate judicial proceedings in separate counties toward a prior record score. Commonwealth v. Janda, 14 A.3d 147, 165 (Pa. Super. 2011).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.2 (relating to procedure for determining the guideline sentence); and 204 Pa. Code §  303.4 (relating to Prior Record Score—categories).

§ 303.6. Prior Record Score—prior juvenile adjudications.

 (a)  Juvenile adjudication criteria. Prior juvenile adjudications are counted in the Prior Record Score when the following criteria are met:

   (1)  The juvenile offense occurred on or after the offender’s 14th birthday, and

   (2)  There was an express finding by the juvenile court that the adjudication was for a felony or one of the Misdemeanor 1 offenses listed in §  303.7(a)(4).

 (b)  Only the most serious juvenile adjudication of each prior disposition is counted in the Prior Record Score. No other prior juvenile adjudication shall be counted in the Prior Record Score.

 (c)  Lapsing of juvenile adjudications. Prior juvenile adjudications for four point offenses listed in §  303.7(a)(1) shall always be included in the Prior Record Score, provided the criteria in subsection (a) above are met:

   (1)  All other juvenile adjudications not identified above in subsection (a) lapse and shall not be counted in the Prior Record Score if:

     (i)   The offender was 28 years of age or older at the time the current offense was committed; and

     (ii)   The offender remained crime-free during the ten-year period immediately preceding the offender’s 28th birthday.

     (iii)   Crime-free. Included in the definition of crime-free is any summary offense and/or one misdemeanor offense with a statutory maximum of one year or less.

   (2)  Nothing in this section shall prevent the court from considering lapsed prior adjudications at the time of sentencing.

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.6 amended July 5, 1986, and applies to sentences for crimes committed after January 1, 1986, 15 Pa.B. 2447; as announced at 16 Pa.B. 439 (February 15, 1986). Prior guidelines will continue to apply when sentencing crimes committed before January 2, 1986; amended December 4, 1987, effective April 25, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 1916; amended February 15, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (364221) to (364222).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.2 (relating to procedure for determining the guideline sentence); and 204 Pa. Code §  303.4 (relating to Prior Record Score—categories).

§ 303.7. Prior Record Score—guideline points scoring.

 (a)  Scoring of prior convictions and adjudications is provided below and in the listing of offenses at §  303.15:

   (1)  Four Point Offenses. Four points are added for each prior conviction or adjudication for the following offenses:

     Murder, and attempt, solicitation or conspiracy to commit Murder

     All other completed crimes of violence, as defined in 42 Pa.C.S. §  9714(g), excluding inchoates.

     Murder of Unborn Child, and attempt, solicitation or conspiracy to commit Murder of Unborn Child

     Offenses with OGS 11 or greater, excluding inchoates and Violations of the Controlled Substance Act

     Ethnic Intimidation to any Felony 1 offense

   (2)  Three Point Offenses. Three points are added for each prior conviction or adjudication for the following offenses:

     All other Felony 1 offenses not listed in §  303.7(a)(1).

     All other inchoates to offenses listed in §  303.7(a)(1).

     Violation of 35 P. S. § §  780-113(a)(12)(14) or (30) involving 50 grams or more, including inchoates involving 50 grams or more.

   (3)  Two Point Offenses. Two points are added for each prior conviction or adjudication for the following offenses:

     All other Felony 2 offenses not listed in §  303.7(a)(1) or (a)(2).

     All felony drug violations not listed in §  303.7(a)(2), including inchoates.

   (4)  One Point Offenses. One point is added for each prior conviction or adjudication for the following offenses:

     All other felony offenses not listed in §  303.7(a)(1), (a)(2) or (a)(3).

     Any of the following Misdemeanor 1 offenses that involve weapons:

       Possessing Instruments of Crime (possession of a weapon)

       Prohibited Offensive Weapons

       Use or Possession of Electric or Electronic Incapacitation Device

       Possession of Weapon on School Property

       Possession of Firearm or Other Dangerous Weapon in Court Facility

       Violations of the Pennsylvania Uniform Firearms Act

     Any of the following Misdemeanor 1 offenses that involve death or danger to children:

       Involuntary Manslaughter

       Simple Assault (against child under 12 years of age by adult 18 years of age or older)

       Luring a Child into a Vehicle

       Indecent Assault (complainant is less than 13 years of age)

       Indecent Exposure (persons present are less than age 16)

       Endangering Welfare of Children

       Dealing in Infant Children

       Recruiting Criminal Gang Members

     Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Controlled Substance, except for a first lifetime conviction or adjudication.

     Operating a Watercraft Under the Influence of Alcohol or a Controlled Substance, except for a first lifetime conviction or adjudication.

   (5)  Other Misdemeanor Offenses. All other misdemeanor offenses, including a first lifetime conviction for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or a Controlled Substance or Operating a Watercraft Under the Influence of Alcohol or a Controlled Substance, are designated by an ‘‘m’’ in the offense listing at §  303.15, and are scored as follows:

     (i)   One point is added if the offender was previously convicted of two or three misdemeanors.

     (ii)   Two points are added if the offender was previously convicted of four to six misdemeanors.

     (iii)   Three points are added if the offender was previously convicted of seven or more misdemeanors.

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.7 amended July 5, 1986, and applies to sentences for crimes committed after January 1, 1986, 15 Pa.B. 2447; as announced at 16 Pa.B. 439 (February 15, 1986). Prior guidelines will continue to apply when sentencing crimes committed before January 2, 1986; amended December 4, 1987, effective April 25, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 1916; amended February 15, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655; amended June 27, 2014, effective September 26, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 4071. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (367923) to (367924).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.2 (relating to procedure for determining the guideline sentence); 204 Pa. Code §  303.4 (relating to Prior Record Score—categories); 204 Pa. Code §  303.6 (relating to Prior Record Score—prior juvenile adjudications); 204 Pa. Code §  303.8 (relating to Prior Record Score—miscellaneous); and 204 Pa. Code §  303.15 (relating to offense listing).

§ 303.8. Prior Record Score—miscellaneous.

 (a)  Prior convictions and adjudications of delinquency. A prior conviction means ‘‘previously convicted’’ as defined in 42 Pa.C.S. §  2154(a)(2). A prior adjudication of delinquency means ‘‘previously adjudicated delinquent’’ as defined in 42 Pa.C.S. §  2154(a)(2). In order for an offense to be considered in the Prior Record Score, both the commission of and conviction for the previous offense must occur before the commission of the current offense.

 (b)  Inchoate offenses. Unless otherwise provided in §  303.7 or §  303.15, a prior conviction or adjudication of delinquency for criminal attempt, criminal solicitation or criminal conspiracy is scored under §  303.7 based upon the grade of the inchoate offense.

 (c)  Ethnic Intimidation. Unless otherwise provided in §  303.7 or §  303.15, a prior conviction or adjudication of delinquency for Ethnic Intimidation is scored under §  303.7 based upon the grade of the Ethnic Intimidation.

 (d)  Former Pennsylvania offenses.

   (1)  A prior conviction or adjudication of delinquency under former Pennsylvania law is scored as a conviction for the current equivalent Pennsylvania offense.

   (2)  When there is no current equivalent Pennsylvania offense, prior convictions or adjudications of delinquency are scored under §  303.7 based on the grade of the offense. When a prior conviction or adjudication of delinquency was for a felony, but the grade of the felony is unknown, it shall be treated as a Felony 3. When a prior conviction was for a misdemeanor, but the grade of the misdemeanor is unknown, it shall be treated as other misdemeanors. When it cannot be determined if the prior conviction was a felony, one point misdemeanors, or other misdemeanors, it shall be treated as other misdemeanors. When a prior conviction is for a crime which has a summary grade, and the grade of the conviction is unknown, the prior conviction shall not be counted in the Prior Record Score.

 (e)  A prior conviction or adjudication of delinquency for an offense which was misgraded is scored as a conviction for the current equivalent Pennsylvania offense.

 (f)  Out-of-state, federal or foreign offenses.

   (1)  An out-of-state, federal or foreign conviction or adjudication of delinquency is scored as a conviction for the current equivalent Pennsylvania offense.

   (2)  A court-martial for a criminal offense under the Uniform Code of Military Justice is considered a federal conviction and is scored as a conviction for the current equivalent Pennsylvania offense. Non-judicial punishments or administrative actions (e.g., Article 15, Article 134) which are not convictions shall not be counted in the Prior Record Score.

   (3)  When there is no current equivalent Pennsylvania offense, determine the current equivalent Pennsylvania grade of the offense based on the maximum sentence permitted, and then apply §  303.8(d)(2).

 (g)  Excluded offenses, charges and convictions. The following types of offenses, charges and convictions shall not be scored in the Prior Record Score:

   (1)  Summary offenses, violations of local ordinances, direct or indirect contempt of court, violation of protection from abuse orders, and dispositions under Pa.R.Crim.P. Rules 300—320 (relating to accelerated rehabilitative disposition), 35 P. S. §  780-117 (relating to probation without verdict) or 35 P. S. §  780-118 (relating to disposition in lieu of trial or criminal punishment).

   (2)  A charge which is nolle prossed, dismissed, or on which a demurrer is sustained.

   (3)  Any prior conviction which contributed to an increase in the grade of a subsequent conviction, except for prior Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Controlled Substance convictions.

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.8 amended through March 28, 1986, effective June 5, 1986, 16 Pa.B. 1034; amended December 4, 1987, effective April 25, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 1916; amended May 11, 1991, effective August 9, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 3988; amended October 11, 1990, effective for all crimes committed on or after December 20, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 5933; amended February 16, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (364224) to (364226).

Notes of Decisions

   Double Counting

   Trial court’s use of prior conviction in calculating defendant’s prior record score did not constitute ‘‘double counting,’’ a violation of the Sentencing Guidelines; defendant’s prior conviction of burglary was not an element of charge of persons not to possess, use, control, sell or transfer firearms, but was memely a precondition to charging defendant with violation. Commonwealth v. Keiper, 887 A.2d 317, 321 (Pa. Super. 2005).

   Guidelines Violated

   The sentencing court abused its discretion by unreasonably deviating from these sentencing guidelines and imposing an unreasonably lenient sentence. Commonwealth v. Childs, 664 A.2d 994 (Pa. Super. 1995); appeal denied 674 A.2d 1066 (Pa. 1996).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.2 (relating to procedure for determining the guideline sentence); 204 Pa. Code §  303.12 (relating to guideline sentence recommendations: sentencing programs); and 204 Pa. Code §  303.15 (relating to offense listing).

§ 303.9. Guideline sentence recommendation: general.

 (a)(1) Basic sentence recommendations. Guideline sentence recommendations are based on the Offense Gravity Score and Prior Record Score. In most cases, the sentence recommendations are found in the Basic Sentencing Matrix (§  303.16(a)). The Basic Sentencing Matrix specifies a range of sentences (i.e.—standard range) that shall be considered by the court for each combination of Offense Gravity Score (OGS) and Prior Record Score (PRS).

   (2)  Sentences for offenders under age 18 for murder, murder of unborn child, or murder of law enforcement officer. If an offender is under age 18 years at the time of the offense and the conviction occurred after June 24, 2012, the court has no authority to impose a sentence less than that required by the mandatory minimum provision established in statute and may impose a minimum sentence up to and including life (18 Pa.C.S. §  1102.1). If the court determines the convicted offender was under age 18 at the time of the offense and the conviction occurred after June 24, 2012, the court shall instead consider the Basic Sentencing Matrix for Offenders Under Age 18 Convicted of 1st or 2nd Degree Murder (§  303.16(b)).

 (b)  Deadly Weapon Enhancement sentence recommendations. If the court determines that an offender possessed a deadly weapon pursuant to §  303.10(a)(1), the court shall instead consider the DWE/Possessed Matrix (§  303.17(a)). If the court determines that an offender used a deadly weapon pursuant to §  303.10(a)(2), the court shall instead consider the DWE/Used Matrix (§  303.17(b)). Both enhanced matrices specify a range of sentences (i.e.—standard range) that shall be considered by the court for each combination of Offense Gravity Score (OGS) and Prior Record Score (PRS).

 (c)  Youth/School Enhancement sentence recommendations. If the court determines that an offender violated the drug act pursuant to §  303.10(b), the court shall consider the applicable matrix in 303.18, related to Youth, School, or Youth and School Enhancements. When applying the Youth Enhancement, 6 months are added to the lower limit of the standard range and 12 months are added to the upper limit of the standard range. When applying the School Enhancement, 12 months are added to the lower limit of the standard range and 24 months are added to the upper limit of the standard range. When the Youth and School Enhancement is applied, 18 months are added to the bottom of the standard range and 36 months are added to the upper limit of the standard range. The range of sentences (i.e.—standard range) shall be considered by the court for each combination of Offense Gravity Score (OGS) and Prior Record Score (PRS).

 (d)  Aggravated and mitigated sentence recommendations. To determine the aggravated and mitigated sentence recommendations, apply §  303.13.

 (e)  Numeric sentence recommendations. All numbers in sentence recommendations suggest months of minimum confinement pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. §  9755(b) (partial confinement) and §  9756(b) (total confinement).

 (f)  Alphabetic sentence recommendations. RS in the sentence recommendation, an abbreviation for Restorative Sanctions, suggests use of the least restrictive, non-confinement sentencing alternatives described in 42 Pa.C.S. §  9753 (determination of guilt without further penalty), §  9754 (order of probation) and §  9758 (fine). 42 Pa.C.S. §  9721(c) (mandatory restitution) is also included in RS. No specific recommendations are provided for periods of supervision for these non-confinement sentencing alternatives. Recommendations related to fines and community service are found at §  303.14(a). RIP in the sentence recommendation, an abbreviation for Restrictive Intermediate Punishments, suggests use of Restrictive Intermediate Punishments pursuant to §  303.12(a)(4).

 (g)  When the guideline sentence recommendation exceeds that permitted by 18 Pa.C.S. §  1103 and §  1104 (relating to sentence of imprisonment for felony and misdemeanor) and 42 Pa.C.S. §  9755(b) and §  9756(b) (relating to sentence of partial and total confinement) or other applicable statute setting the maximum term of confinement, then the statutory limit is the longest guideline sentence recommendation. For the purposes of the guidelines, the statutory limit is the longest legal minimum sentence, which is one-half the maximum allowed by law.

 (h)  Mandatory sentences. The court has no authority to impose a sentence less than that required by a mandatory minimum provision established in statute. When the guideline range is lower than that required by a mandatory sentencing statute, the mandatory minimum requirement supersedes the sentence recommendation. When the sentence recommendation is higher than that required by a mandatory sentencing statute, the court shall consider the guideline sentence recommendation.

 (i)  Mandatory sentences for which county intermediate punishment is authorized. The court shall consider the sentence recommendations pursuant to this section (§  303.9) for an offender convicted under 30 Pa.C.S. §  5502 (Operating Watercraft Under the Influence of Alcohol or a Controlled Substance), 75 Pa.C.S. §  1543(b) (Driving While Operating Privilege is Suspended or Revoked, Certain Offenses), 75 Pa.C.S. §  3802 (Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Controlled Substance) or 75 Pa.C.S. §  3808(a)(2) (Illegally Operating a Motor Vehicle Not Equipped with Ignition Interlock). The court may use a Qualified Restrictive Intermediate Punishment pursuant to §  303.12(a)(6) to satisfy the mandatory minimum requirement as provided by law.

 (j)  Criminal Gang Enhancement sentence recommendations. If the court determines that either a crime of violence as defined in 42 Pa.C.S. §  9714(g) or a violation of possession with intent to deliver as defined in 35 P. S. §  780-113(a)(30) is committed in association with a criminal gang, the court shall instead consider the Criminal Gang Enhancement. The enhancement specifies a range of sentences (i.e., standard range) that shall be considered by the court for each combination of Offense Gravity Score (OGS) and Prior Record Score (PRS). The Criminal Gang Enhancement adds 12 months to the lower limit and adds 12 months to the upper limit of the standard range.

 (k)  Third Degree Murder of a Victim Younger than Age 13 Enhancement sentence recommendations. If the court determines that the victim of murder in the third degree as defined in 18 Pa.C.S. §  2502(c) was less than 13 years of age at the time of the offense, the court shall instead consider the Third Degree Murder of a Victim Younger than Age 13 Enhancement. The enhancement specifies a range of sentences (i.e., standard range) that shall be considered by the court for each combination of Offense Gravity Score (OGS) and Prior Record Score (PRS). The Third Degree Murder of a Victim Younger than Age 13 Enhancement adds 24 months to the lower limit of the standard range and assigns the statutory limit as the upper limit of the standard range. The sentence imposed will be served consecutively to any other sentence the person is serving and to any other sentence imposed by the court (42 Pa.C.S. §  9711.1).

 (l)  Sexual Abuse of Children Enhancement sentence recommendations. If the court determines that aggravating circumstances described in §  303.10(e) are present, the court shall instead consider the applicable Sexual Abuse of Children Enhancement related to number of images possessed by the offender or the nature and character of the abuse depicted:

   (1)  When applying enhancement based on the number of images possessed by the offender. If the offender possessed more than 50 images to 200 images, 6 months are added to the lower limit of the standard range and 6 months are added to the upper limit of the standard range. If the offender possessed more than 200 images to 500 images, 12 months are added to the lower limit of the standard range and 12 months are added to the upper limit of the standard range. If the offender possessed more than 500 images, 18 months are added to the lower limit of the standard range and 18 months are added to the upper limit of the standard range.

   (2)  When applying enhancement based on the nature and character of the abuse depicted. The Offense Gravity Score is one point higher than the assignments for 18 Pa.C.S. §  6312 (relating to sexual abuse of children) listed in §  303.15.

   (3)  When applying enhancement when both aggravating circumstances are present. The court shall consider the enhancement with the higher sentence recommendation.

 (m)  Arson Enhancement sentence recommendations. If the court determines that one or more of the factors described in §  303.10(f) are present, the court shall instead consider the Arson Enhancement. When the Arson Enhancement is applied, the Offense Gravity Score is one point higher than the assignments listed for 18 Pa.C.S. §  3301 (relating to arson) in §  303.15.

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.9 amended July 6, 1985, and applies to sentences for crimes committed on or after January 1, 1986, 15 Pa.B. 2447; as announced at 16 Pa.B. 439 (February 15, 1986). Prior guidelines will continue to apply when sentencing crimes committed before January 2, 1986; a correction to the defective text was published at 16 Pa.B. 2872 (August 2, 1986); amended December 4, 1987, effective April 25, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 1916; amended May 11, 1991, effective August 9, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 3988; amended October 11, 1990, effective for all crimes committed on or after December 20, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 5933; amended February 15, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655; amended June 27, 2014, effective September 26, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 4071. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (367926) to (367930).

Notes of Decisions

   Appropriate Sentence

   The sentencing court sentenced appellant within the standard under these guidelines. Irrespective of whether the sentencing court misconstrued appellant’s role in the perjury of witnesses, there was no basis to disturb the sentence as appellant was engaged in a continuing series of drug deals and had been convicted of other felonies. Commonwealth v. Viera, 659 A.2d 1024 (Pa. Super. 1995).

   Discretion

   A sentencing court has no discretion to refuse to apply the deadly weapon enhancement. Commonwealth v. Peer, 684 A.2d 1077 (Pa. Super. 1996).

   Guidelines Violated

   The sentencing court abused its discretion by unreasonably deviating from these sentencing guidelines and imposing an unreasonably lenient sentence. Commonwealth v. Childs, 664 A.2d 994 (Pa. Super. 1995).

   Mandatory Sentences

   In spite of a discrepancy between the grading of the offense in the Sentencing Guidelines and in the Motor Vehicle Code, the trial court properly followed the DUI statute in sentencing the defendant for DUI as a first-degree misdemeanor rather than a second-degree misdemeanor, where the Motor Vehicle Code provided that the Sentencing Guidelines should not supersede the mandatory penalties of the DUI statute and the Sentencing Guidelines likewise provide that the court has no authority to impose a sentence less than that required by a mandatory minimum provision established in a statute. Commonwealth v. Fogel, 741 A.2d 767 (Pa. Super. 1999).

   Partial Confinement

   It seems clear that the guideline ranges in effect at the time of defendant’s sentencing contemplated minimum sentences of either total or partial confinement; therefore, the trial court properly applied the guidelines sentencing the defendant to partial confinement for the rape conviction. Commonwealth v. Widmer, 667 A.2d 215 (Pa. Super. 1995).

   Range of Sentence

   Where the trial court sustained the defendant’s objection and eliminated specific prior convictions from his prior record score, and prior record score is one of two determinants of the applicable sentencing range, it is clear that those prior convictions had no role in determining defendant’s range of sentence. Lackawana County District Attorney v. Coss, 531 U. S. 923 (2001).

   School Enhancement

   The court vacated the judgment that sentenced appellant after appellant was convicted on a controlled substance offense and a criminal conspiracy offense because the trial court erroneously applied the school enhancement provisions to the count of criminal conspiracy. Commonwealth v. Adams, 760 A.2d 33 (Pa. Super. 2000).

   In prosecution arising out of a sale of cocaine near a parochial school, the trial court did not err in imposing a sentence applying the school enhancement provisions of the sentencing guidelines based on a measurement from the school playground area rather than from the school building, where a school encompasses not only the school building itself, but includes all of the school property located in a zone where children have access such as a school playground, and where the purpose of the school enhancement provisions is to create a drug-free zone around schools. Commonwealth v. Davis, 734 A.2d 879 (Pa. Super. 1999).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.2 (relating to procedure for determining the guideline sentence); 204 Pa. Code §  303.10 (relating to guideline sentence recommendations: enhancements); 204 Pa. Code §  303.11 (relating to guideline sentence recommendation: sentencing levels); 204 Pa. Code §  303.12 (relating to guideline sentence recommendations: sentencing programs); 204 Pa. Code §  303.14 (relating to guideline sentence recommendations—economic sanctions); 204 Pa. Code §  303.17(a) (relating to Deadly Weapon Enhancement/Possessed Matrix); 204 Pa. Code §  303.17(b) (relating to Deadly Weapon Enhancement/Used Matrix); 204 Pa. Code §  303.18(a) (relating to Youth Enhancement Matrix); 204 Pa. Code §  303.18(b) (relating to School Enhancement Matrix); and 204 Pa. Code §  303.18(c) (relating to Youth and School Enhancement Matrix).

§ 303.10. Guideline sentence recommendations: enhancements.

 (a)  Deadly Weapon Enhancement.

   (1)  When the court determines that the offender possessed a deadly weapon during the commission of the current conviction offense, the court shall consider the DWE/Possessed Matrix (§  303.17(a)). An offender has possessed a deadly weapon if any of the following were on the offender’s person or within his immediate physical control:

     (i)   Any firearm, (as defined in 42 Pa.C.S. §  9712) whether loaded or unloaded, or

     (ii)   Any dangerous weapon (as defined in 18 Pa.C.S. §  913), or

     (iii)   Any device, implement, or instrumentality designed as a weapon or capable of producing death or serious bodily injury where the court determines that the offender intended to use the weapon to threaten or injure another individual.

   (2)  When the court determines that the offender used a deadly weapon during the commission of the current conviction offense, the court shall consider the DWE/Used Matrix (§  303.17(b)). An offender has used a deadly weapon if any of the following were employed by the offender in a way that threatened or injured another individual:

     (i)   Any firearm, (as defined in 42 Pa.C.S. §  9712) whether loaded or unloaded, or

     (ii)   Any dangerous weapon (as defined in 18 Pa.C.S. §  913), or

     (iii)   Any device, implement, or instrumentality capable of producing death or serious bodily injury.

   (3)  There shall be no Deadly Weapon Enhancement for the following offenses:

     (i)   Possessing Instruments of Crime

     (ii)   Prohibited Offensive Weapons

     (iii)   Possession of Weapon on School Property

     (iv)   Possession of Firearm or Other Dangerous Weapon in Court Facility

     (v)   Simple Assault (18 Pa.C.S. §  2701(a)(2))

     (vi)   Aggravated Assault (18 Pa.C.S. §  2702(a)(4))

     (vii)   Theft when property stolen is a firearm (18 Pa.C.S. Chapter 39)

     (viii)   Violations of the Pennsylvania Uniform Firearms Act

     (ix)   Any other offense for which possession of a deadly weapon is an element of the statutory definition,

     (x)   If the Arson Enhancement under §  303.10(f)(1)(iii) is applied.

   (4)  The Deadly Weapon Enhancement shall apply to each conviction offense for which a deadly weapon is possessed or used.

 (b)  Youth/School Enhancement.

   (1)  When the court determines that the offender distributed a controlled substance to a person or persons under the age of 18, the court shall consider the range of sentences described in §  303.9(c).

   (2)  When the court determines that the offender manufactured, delivered or possessed with intent to deliver a controlled substance within 250 feet of the real property on which is located a public or private elementary or secondary school, the court shall consider the sentence recommendations described in §  303.9(c).

   (3)  When the court determines both (b)(1) and (b)(2) apply, the court shall consider the sentence recommendations described in §  303.9(c).

   (4)  The Youth/School Enhancement only applies to violations of 35 P. S. §  780-113(a)(14) and (a)(30).

   (5)  The Youth/School Enhancement shall apply to each violation which meets the criteria above.

 (c)  Criminal Gang Enhancement.

   (1)  When the court determines that the offender committed a crime of violence as defined in 42 Pa.C.S. §  9714(g) in association with a criminal gang, the court shall instead consider the sentence recommendations described in §  303.9(j).

   (2)  When the court determines that the offender committed a violation of possession with intent to deliver as defined in 35 P. S. §  780-113(a)(30) in association with a criminal gang, the court shall instead consider the sentence recommendations described in §  303.9(j).

   (3)  The Criminal Gang Enhancement shall apply to each violation which meets the criteria above.

 (d)  Third Degree Murder of a Victim Younger than Age 13 Enhancement.

   (1)  When the court determines the victim of murder in the third degree as defined in 18 Pa.C.S. §  2502(c) was less than 13 years of age at the time of the offense, the court shall instead consider the sentence recommendations described in §  303.9(k).

   (2)  Third Degree Murder of a Victim Younger than Age 13 Enhancement shall apply to each violation which meets the criteria above.

   (3)  The sentence imposed will be served consecutive to any other sentence the person is serving and to any other sentence imposed by the court (42 Pa.C.S. §  9711.1).

 (e)  Sexual Abuse of Children Enhancement.

   (1)  When the court determines that the offender violated 18 Pa.C.S. §  6312 (relating to sexual abuse of children) and that the offender possessed more than 50 images, the court shall instead consider the sentence recommendations described in §  303.9(l)(1). For purposes of this enhancement, the number of images is defined as follows:

     (i)   Each photograph, picture, computer generated image, or any similar visual depiction shall be considered to be one image.

     (ii)   Each video, video-clip, movie, or similar visual depiction shall be considered to have 50 images.

   (2)  When the court determines that the offender violated 18 Pa.C.S. §  6312 (relating to sexual abuse of children) and that the abuse depicted in the images possessed by the offender were of a sexual or violent nature or character, the court shall instead consider the sentence recommendations described in §  303.9(l)(2). This enhancement shall apply to any image possessed by the offender which portrays or contains any of the following:

     (i)   the bondage of a child;

     (ii)   a weapon used in a sexual context;

     (iii)   penetration or attempted penetration of a child; or

     (iv)   an act which would constitute a crime under 18 Pa.C.S. Chapter 25 (relating to criminal homicide), 18 Pa.C.S. Chapter 27 (relating to assault) or 18 Pa.C.S. Chapter 31 (relating to sexual offenses).

   (3)  Sexual Abuse of Children Enhancement shall apply to each violation which meets the criteria above.

 (f)  Arson Enhancement.

   (1)  When the court determines that one or more of the following factors relating to arson as defined in 18 Pa.C.S. §  3301 are present, the court shall instead consider the sentence recommendations described in §  303.9(m):

     (i)   more than three persons were present inside the property at the time of the offense;

     (ii)   the fire caused more than $1,000,000 in property damage; or

     (iii)   the actor used, attempted to use or possessed an explosive or incendiary device as defined in 18 Pa.C.S. §  5515(a) (relating to prohibiting paramilitary training).

   (2)  Arson Enhancement shall apply to each violation which meets the criteria above.

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.10 adopted February 15, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655; amended June 27, 2014, effective September 26, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 4071. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (367930) to (367932).

Notes of Decisions

   School Enhancement

   The court vacated the judgment that sentenced appellant after appellant was convicted on a controlled substance offense and a criminal conspiracy offense because the trial court erroneously applied the school enhancement provisions to the count of criminal conspiracy. Commonwealth v. Adams, 760 A.2d 33 (Pa. Super. 2000).

   In prosecution arising out of a sale of cocaine near a parochial school, the trial court did not err in imposing a sentence applying the school enhancement provisions of the sentencing guidelines based on a measurement from the school playground area rather than from the school building, where a school encompasses not only the school building itself, but includes all of the school property located in a zone where children have access such as a school playground, and where the purpose of the school enhancement provisions is to create a drug-free zone around schools. Commonwealth v. Davis, 734 A.2d 879 (Pa. Super. 1999).

   Weapons Enhancement

   While sentencing court erred in applying weapon enhancement ‘‘used’’ guidelines rather than ‘‘possessed’’ guidelines, court’s application of the deadly weapon enhancement for defendant convicted of robbery and criminal conspiracy was appropriate; defendant was in the immediate vicinity of co-conspirator when gun was used to threaten victim, he had knowledge of the existence of weapon, and he could easily have been given or taken the gun at any moment during the robbery. Com. v. Phillips, 946 A.2d 103, 114-115 (Pa. Super. 2008).

   Where defendant was convicted of cruelty to animals for shooting a dog, under the plain meaning of §  303.10(a)(1) (relating to guideline sentence recommendations: enhancements), the defendant possessed a firearm, as defined in that section, in the commission of the offense. Therefore, the enhancement section applies to defendant. Commonwealth v. Hackenberger, 795 A.2d 1040 (Pa. Super. 2002).

   Because a deadly weapon was used by the defendant in committing the crime of cruelty to animals, which is not an excluded offense, the deadly weapon enhancement applies even though the victim was not a person. Commonwealth v. Hackenberger, 795 A.2d 1040 (Pa. Super. 2002).

   Defendant claimed ineffective assistance of counsel when his trial attorney failed to request jury determination of whether his sentence should be subject to weapons enhancement. In accord with U. S. v. Williams, 235 F.3d 858 (3rd Cir. 2000), since defendant’s actual sentence was less than the maximum allowed by statute, he was not entitled to a jury determination of the applicability of the weapons enhancement. Commonwealth v. Lowery, 784 A.2d 795 (Pa. Super. 2001).

   Where the defendant fired a deadly weapon in connection with the offense to which he entered a guilty plea, and the court noted the standard range in light of the deadly weapon enhancement, the court’s imposition of a sentence beyond the standard range was an abuse of discretion where the record indicates the judge failed to consider all factors relevant to the determination of a proper sentence. Commonwealth v. Ritchey, 779 A.2d 1183 (Pa. Super. 2001).

   Where defendant was in close proximity to accomplice’s weapon during the entire carjacking incident, the court properly applied the deadly weapon enhancement to defendant’s carjacking sentence. Commonwealth v. Burnside, 32 Phila. 276.

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.2 (relating to procedure for determining the guideline sentence); 204 Pa. Code §  303.9 (relating to guideline sentence recommendation: general); 204 Pa. Code §  303.17(a) (relating to Deadly Weapon Enhancement/Possessed Matrix); 204 Pa. Code §  303.17(b) (relating to Deadly Weapon Enhancement/Used Matrix); 204 Pa. Code §  303.18(a) (relating to Youth Enhancement Matrix); 204 Pa. Code §  303.18(b) (relating to School Enhancement Matrix); and 204 Pa. Code §  303.18(c) (relating to Youth and School Enhancement Matrix).

§ 303.11. Guideline sentence recommendation: sentencing levels.

 (a)  Purpose of sentence. In writing the sentencing guidelines, the Pennsylvania Commission on Sentencing strives to provide a benchmark for the judges of Pennsylvania. The sentencing guidelines provide sanctions proportionate to the severity of the crime and the severity of the offender’s prior conviction record. This establishes a sentencing system with a primary focus on retribution, but one in which the recommendations allow for the fulfillment of other sentencing purposes including rehabilitation, deterrence, and incapacitation. To facilitate consideration of sentencing options consistent with the intent of the sentencing guidelines, the Commission has established five sentencing levels. Each level targets certain types of offenders, and describes ranges of sentencing options available to the court.

 (b)  Sentencing levels. The sentencing level is based on the standard range of the sentencing recommendation. Refer to §  303.9 to determine which sentence recommendation (i.e.—Basic, Deadly Weapon Enhancement or Youth/School Enhancement) applies. When the individual or aggregate minimum sentence recommendation includes confinement in a county facility, county intermediate punishment should be considered in lieu of confinement for an eligible offender. When the individual or aggregate minimum sentence recommendation includes confinement in a state facility, county or state intermediate punishment should be considered in lieu of confinement for an eligible offender. The descriptions of the five sentencing levels are as follows:

   (1)  Level 1—Level 1 provides sentence recommendations for the least serious offenders with no more than one prior misdemeanor conviction, such that the standard range is limited to Restorative Sanctions (RS). The primary purpose of this level is to provide the minimal control necessary to fulfill court-ordered obligations. The following sentencing option is available:

     Restorative Sanctions (§  303.9(f)) (also see §  303.14(a)(4) for Fines/Community Service Guidelines)

   (2)  Level 2—Level 2 provides sentence recommendations for generally non-violent offenders and those with numerous less serious prior convictions, such that the standard range requires a county sentence but permits both incarceration and non-confinement. The standard range is defined as having an upper limit of less than 12 months and a lower limit of Restorative Sanctions (RS). The primary purposes of this level are control over the offender and restitution to victims. Treatment is recommended for drug dependent offenders. The following sentencing options are available:

     Total confinement in a county facility

     Partial confinement in a county facility

     County Intermediate Punishment (see §  303.12(a) for eligibility criteria)

     Restorative Sanctions (§  303.9(f)) (also see §  303.14(a)(4) for Fines/Community Service Guidelines)

   (3)  Level 3—Level 3 provides sentence recommendations for serious offenders and those with numerous prior convictions, such that the standard range requires incarceration or County Intermediate Punishment, but in all cases permits a county sentence. The standard range is defined as having a lower limit of incarceration of less than 12 months. Included in Level 3 are those offenses for which a mandatory minimum sentence of 12 months or less applies and for which a state or county intermediate punishment sentence is authorized by statute. The primary purposes of this level are retribution and control over the offender. If eligible, treatment is recommended for drug dependent offenders in lieu of incarceration. The following sentencing options are available:

     Total confinement in a state facility

     Total confinement in a state facility, with participation in the State Motivational Boot Camp (see §  303.12(b) for eligibility criteria)

     State Intermediate Punishment (see §  303.12(c) for eligibility criteria)

     Total confinement in a county facility pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. §  9762(b) or for DUI if the offender is subject to the extended supervision of the court pursuant to 75 Pa.C.S. §  3804(d)

     Partial confinement in a county facility pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. §  9762(b) or for DUI if the offender is subject to the extended supervision of the court pursuant to 75 Pa.C.S. §  3804(d)

     County Intermediate Punishment (see §  303.12(a) for eligibility criteria)

   (4)  Level 4—Level 4 provides sentence recommendations for very serious offenders and those with numerous prior convictions, such that the standard range requires state incarceration but permits it to be served in a county facility pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. §  9762(b). The standard range is defined as having a lower limit of incarceration of 12 months or greater but less than 30 months, but limited to offenses with an Offense Gravity Score of less than 9. Included in Level 4 are those offenses for which a mandatory minimum sentence of less than 30 months applies and for which a state or county intermediate punishment sentence is authorized by statute. The primary purposes of the sentencing options at this level are punishment and incapacitation. However, it is recognized that certain offenders at this level are permitted to serve a sentence of total confinement in a county facility, pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. §  9762(b), and some non-violent offenders may benefit from drug and alcohol treatment. If eligible, state or county intermediate punishment is recommended for drug dependent offenders. The following sentencing options are available:

     Total confinement in a state facility

     Total confinement in a state facility, with participation in the State Motivational Boot Camp (see §  303.12(b) for eligibility criteria)

     State Intermediate Punishment (see §  303.12(c) for eligibility criteria)

     Total confinement in a county facility pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. §  9762(b) or for DUI if the offender is subject to the extended supervision of the court pursuant to 75 Pa.C.S. §  3804(d)

     Partial confinement in a county facility pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. §  9762(b) or for DUI if the offender is subject to the extended supervision of the court pursuant to 75 Pa.C.S. §  3804(d)

     County Intermediate Punishment (see §  303.12(a) for eligibility criteria)

   (5)  Level 5—Level 5 provides sentence recommendations for the most violent offenders and those with major drug convictions, such that the conviction has an Offense Gravity Score of 9 or greater or the standard range requires state incarceration in a state facility. The standard range in such a case is defined as having a lower limit of 12 months or greater. Included in Level 5 are those offenses for which a mandatory minimum sentence of 30 months or greater applies and for which a state or county intermediate punishment sentence is authorized by statute. The primary purposes of the sentencing options at this level are punishment commensurate with the seriousness of the criminal behavior and incapacitation to protect the public. If eligible, state or county intermediate punishment is recommended for drug dependent offenders. The following sentencing options are available:

     Total confinement in a state facility

     Total confinement in a state facility, with participation in the State Motivational Boot Camp (see §  303.12(b) for eligibility criteria)

     State Intermediate Punishment (see §  303.12(c) for eligibility criteria)

     Total confinement in a county facility pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. §  9762(b) or for DUI if the offender is subject to the extended supervision of the court pursuant to 75 Pa.C.S. §  3804(d)

     Partial confinement in a county facility pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. §  9762(b) or for DUI if the offender is subject to the extended supervision of the court pursuant to 75 Pa.C.S. §  3804(d)

     County Intermediate Punishment (see §  303.12(a) for eligibility criteria)

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.11 adopted February 15, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (364231) to (364234).

Notes of Decisions

   Standard Range Designation

   Defendant’s conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) was a level 2 offense which Sentencing Guidelines recommended confinement in county facility; Trial Court’s sentencing of defendant to serve prison time in state correctional facility and not enumerating its reasons was contrary to Sentencing Guidelines and as such, case would be remanded for resentencing. Commonwealth v. Hartle, 894 A.2d 800 (Pa. Super. 2006).

   The standard range designated in the sentencing guidelines is the standard range for the minimum sentence. Dunn v. Colleran, 247 F.3d 450 (3rd Cir. 2001).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.2 (relating to procedure for determining the guideline sentence).

§ 303.12. Guideline sentence recommendations: sentencing programs.

 (a)  County intermediate punishment (CIP).

   (1)  Eligibility.

     (i)   The following regulations and statutes govern operation of and eligibility for county intermediate punishment programs:

       37 Pa. Code §  451.1 et seq.

       42 Pa.C.S. §  9763, §  9773 and Chapter 98

       204 Pa. Code §  303.8 and §  303.9

     (ii)   Sentence recommendations which include an option of County Intermediate Punishment for certain offenders are designated in the guideline matrices.

   (2)  The county intermediate punishment plan provides a mechanism to advise the court of the extent and availability of services and programs authorized in the county. This plan includes information on the appropriate classification and use of county programs based on program-specific requirements.

   (3)  County intermediate punishments classifications. In order to incorporate county intermediate punishment programs into the sentencing levels, the Commission has classified county intermediate punishment programs as Restrictive Intermediate Punishments (RIP) and restorative sanction programs. Additionally, specific county intermediate punishment programs have been identified in legislation (42 Pa.C.S. § §  9763(c) and 9804(b)) and regulation (37 Pa. Code §  451.52) as authorized sentences for convictions relating to Operating a Watercraft Under the Influence of Alcohol or a Controlled Substance, Driving While Operating Privilege is Suspended or Revoked, Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Controlled Substance and Illegally Operating a Motor Vehicle Not Equipped with Ignition Interlock; the Commission has classified these programs as Qualified Restrictive Intermediate Punishments.

   (4)  Restrictive Intermediate Punishments (RIP). Restrictive Intermediate Punishments are defined as programs that provide for strict supervision of the offender. The county intermediate punishment board is required to develop assessment and evaluation procedures to assure the appropriate targeting of offenders. All programs must meet the minimum standards provided in the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency regulations (37 Pa. Code Chapter 451) for county intermediate punishments.

     (i)   Restrictive Intermediate Punishments (RIP) either:

       (A)   house the offender full or part time; or

       (B)   significantly restrict the offender’s movement and monitor the offender’s compliance with the program(s); or

       (C)   involve a combination of programs that meet the standards set forth above.

     (ii)   An offender under consideration for Restrictive Intermediate Punishments at Level 4 or Level 3 shall have a diagnostic assessment of dependency on alcohol or other drugs conducted by one of the following: the Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs or a designee; the county authority on drugs and alcohol or a designee; or clinical personnel of a facility licensed by the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs.

     (iii)   An offender assessed to be dependent shall be evaluated for purposes of a treatment recommendation by one of the above listed assessors. The evaluation shall take into account the level of motivation of the offender. If sentenced to a Restrictive Intermediate Punishment, the sentence shall be consistent with the level of care and length of stay prescribed in the treatment recommendation, regardless of the standard range sentencing recommendation.

     (iv)   An offender assessed as not in need of drug or alcohol treatment may be placed in any approved Restrictive Intermediate Punishment program. Each day of participation in a Restrictive Intermediate Punishment program or combination of programs shall be considered the equivalent of one day of total confinement for guideline sentence recommendations.

     (v)   The court may impose a Qualified Restrictive Intermediate Punishment in lieu of incarceration for certain convictions under 75 Pa.C.S. §  3802 (relating to Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Controlled Substance).

   (5)  Restorative sanction programs. Restorative sanction programs are the least restrictive, non-confinement intermediate punishments. Restorative sanction programs are generally used in conjunction with Restrictive Intermediate Punishments as the level of supervision is reduced, but may also be used as separate sanctions under any of the non-confinement sentencing alternatives provided in the statute (see §  303.9(f)).

     (i)   Restorative sanction programs:

       (A)   are the least restrictive in terms of constraint of offender’s liberties;

       (B)   do not involve the housing of the offender (either full or part time); and

       (C)   focus on restoring the victim to pre-offense status.

   (6)  Qualified Restrictive Intermediate Punishments. In accordance with 42 Pa.C.S. § §  9763(c), 9804(b) and 37 Pa. Code §  451, Qualified Restrictive Intermediate Punishment programs may be used to satisfy the mandatory minimum sentencing requirements of certain convictions under 30 Pa.C.S. §  5502(c.1) for a first, second or third offense under 30 Pa.C.S. §  5502, 75 Pa.C.S. §  1543(b), former 75 Pa.C.S. §  3731, 75 Pa.C.S. §  3804 for a first, second or third offense under 75 Pa.C.S. Chapter 38, or 75 Pa.C.S. §  3808(a)(2) Illegally Operating a Motor Vehicle Not Equipped with Ignition Interlock.

     (i)   Unless otherwise provided in statute, Qualified Restrictive Intermediate Punishment programs include:

       (A)   if the offender is determined to be in need of drug and alcohol treatment, and receives a penalty imposed under 75 Pa.C.S. §  1543(b), former 75 Pa.C.S. §  3731, 75 Pa.C.S. §  3804, or 75 Pa.C.S. §  3808(a)(2) a sentence to county intermediate punishment shall include participation in drug and alcohol treatment under 75 Pa.C.S. §  3815(c), and may be combined with:

         1. a residential inpatient program or residential rehabilitative center;

         2. house arrest with electronic surveillance;

         3. a partial confinement program such as work release, a work camp or a halfway facility; or

         4. any combination of Qualified Restrictive Intermediate Punishment programs.

       (B)   if the offender is determined not to be in need of drug and alcohol treatment, or if the defendant receives a penalty imposed under 30 Pa.C.S. §  5502(c.1), a sentence to county intermediate punishment may only include:

         1. house arrest with electronic surveillance; or

         2. partial confinement programs such as work release, a work camp or a halfway facility; or

         3. any combination of Qualified Restrictive Intermediate Punishment programs.

 (b)  State Motivational Boot Camp (BC).

   (1)  Eligibility.

     (i)   The following statute governs operation of and eligibility for the State Motivational Boot Camp: 61 Pa.C.S. Chapter 39.

     (ii)   Sentence recommendations which include boot camp eligible offenders are designated by the letters BC in the cells of the Basic Sentencing Matrix (§  303.16(a)).

   (2)  The court shall indicate on the offender’s commitment order and the Guideline Sentence Form if the offender is authorized as eligible for the boot camp program. The Department of Corrections makes the final determination as to whether the offender will be accepted into the boot camp program.

 (c)  State Intermediate Punishment (SIP).

   (1)  Eligibility.

     (i)   The following statute governs operation of and eligibility for State Intermediate Punishment: 61 Pa.C.S. Chapter 41.

     (ii)   Any person convicted of a drug-related offense for which the sentence recommendation includes total confinement in a state facility may be considered for state intermediate punishment.

   (2)  The court may, upon motion of the Commonwealth, commit an offender to the custody of the Department of Corrections for the purpose of evaluating whether the offender would benefit from a drug offender treatment program and whether treatment in a drug offender treatment program is appropriate.

   (3)  Upon receipt of a recommendation for placement in a drug offender treatment program and an individualized treatment plan from the Department of Corrections, and agreement of the attorney for the Commonwealth, the court may sentence an eligible offender to a period of 24 months of state intermediate punishment.

   (4)  The court may impose a consecutive period of probation. The total duration of a sentence of state intermediate punishment and consecutive probation may not exceed the maximum term for which the eligible offender could otherwise be sentenced.

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.12 adopted February 15, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (364234) to (364237).

Notes of Decisions

   Alternative Housing

   When the county had designated alternative housing as intermediate punishment, the trial court could not sentence appellant to alternative housing for a crime which carries a mandatory minimum sentence. Commonwealth v. Koskey, 812 A.2d 509 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2002).

   Home Confinement with Electronic Monitoring

   Individual released on bail pending appeal not considered in custody for purposes of awarding credit toward prison sentence for time spent subject to home confinement with electronic monitoring. Commonwealth v. Kyle, 874 A.2d 12, 13 (Pa. 2005).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.2 (relating to procedure for determining the guideline sentence); 204 Pa. Code §  303.9 (relating to guideline sentence recommendation: general); and 204 Pa. Code §  303.11 (relating to guideline sentence recommendation: sentencing levels).

§ 303.13. Guideline sentence recommendations: aggravated and mitigated circumstances.

 (a)  When the court determines that an aggravating circumstance(s) is present, it may impose an aggravated sentence as follows:

   (1)  For the Offense Gravity Scores of 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 the court may impose a sentence that is up to 12 months longer than the upper limit of the standard range.

   (2)  For the Offense Gravity Score of 8, the court may impose a sentence that is up to 9 months longer than the upper limit of the standard range.

   (3)  For the Offense Gravity Scores of 6 and 7, the court may impose a sentence that is up to 6 months longer than the upper limit of the standard range.

   (4)  For the Offense Gravity Scores of 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, the court may impose a sentence that is up to 3 months longer than the upper limit of the standard range. When imposing a fine or community service pursuant to §  303.14(a)(4), the court may impose a sentence that is up to 25 hours longer than the upper limit of the standard range.

   (5)  When the standard range is Restorative Sanctions (RS), the aggravated sentence recommendation is RIP-3.

 (b)  When the court determines that a mitigating circumstance(s) is present, it may impose a mitigated sentence as follows:

   (1)  For the Offense Gravity Scores of 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14 the court may impose a sentence that is up to 12 months shorter than the lower limit of the standard range.

   (2)  For the Offense Gravity Score of 8, the court may impose a sentence that is up to 9 months shorter than the lower limit of the standard range.

   (3)  For the Offense Gravity Scores of 6 and 7, the court may impose a sentence that is up to 6 months shorter than the lower limit of the standard range.

   (4)  For the Offense Gravity Scores of 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, the court may impose a sentence that is up to 3 months shorter than the lower limit of the standard range. When imposing a fine or community service pursuant to §  303.14(a)(4), the court may impose a sentence that is up to 25 hours shorter than the lower limit of the standard range.

   (5)  When the bottom of the standard range is less than or equal to 3 months of incarceration, the lower limit of the mitigated sentence recommendation is Restorative Sanctions (RS).

   (6)  In no case where a Deadly Weapon Enhancement is applied may the mitigated sentence recommendation be lower than 3 months.

   (7)  In no case where the Youth/School Enhancement is applied may the mitigated sentence recommendation be lower than 6 months for the Youth Enhancement, 12 months for the School Enhancement, and 18 months for the Youth and School Enhancement.

   (8)  In no case where the Criminal Gang Enhancement is applied may the mitigated sentence recommendation be lower than 12 months.

   (9)  In no case where the Third Degree Murder of a Victim Younger than Age 13 Enhancement is applied may the mitigated sentence recommendation be lower than 96 months.

   (10)  In no case shall a mitigated sentence for offenders under age 18 for murder of the first or second degree, murder of unborn child of the first or second degree, or murder of law enforcement officer of the first or second degree be less than the mandatory minimum established in statute (18 Pa.C.S. §  1102.1).

   (11)  In no case where the Sexual Abuse of Children Enhancement involving number of images is applied may the mitigated sentence recommendation be lower than 6 months for possession of greater than 50 to 200 images, be lower than 12 months for possession of greater than 200 to 500 images, and be lower than 18 months for greater than 500 images.

 (c)  When the court imposes an aggravated or mitigated sentence, it shall state the reasons on the record and on the Guideline Sentence Form, a copy of which is electronically transmitted to the Commission on Sentencing in the manner described in §  303.1(e).

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.13 adopted February 15, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655; amended June 27, 2014, effective September 26, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 4071. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (367939) to (367940).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.2 (relating to procedure for determining the guideline sentence); and 204 Pa. Code §  303.9 (relating to guideline sentence recommendation: general).

§ 303.14. Guideline sentence recommendations—economic sanctions.

 (a)  Fines.

   (1)  Fines may be added to any guideline sentence, as authorized by law. Relevant statutes include but are not limited to:

     (i)   18 Pa.C.S. §  1101 (relating to fines)

     (ii)   35 P. S. §  780-113(b)—(o) (relating to controlled substances)

     (iii)   42 Pa.C.S. §  9726 (relating to fine as a sentence)

     (iv)   42 Pa.C.S. §  9758 (relating to imposition of a fine)

     (v)   75 Pa.C.S. §  3804 (relating to fines for DUI)

   (2)  A fine, within the limits established by law, shall be considered by the court when the offender is convicted of 35 P. S. §  780-113(a)(12), (14) or (30), and the drug involved is any of the following: a controlled substance or counterfeit substance classified in Schedule I or II and which is a narcotic; phencyclidine, methamphetamine, or cocaine, including the isomers, salts, compounds, salts of isomers, or derivatives of phencyclidine, methamphetamine, or cocaine; or is in excess of one thousand pounds of marijuana. Such fine shall be of an amount that is at least sufficient to exhaust the assets utilized in, and the proceeds obtained by the offender from, the illegal possession, manufacture, or distribution of controlled substances. Such fine shall not include assets concerning which the attorney for the Commonwealth has filed a forfeiture petition or concerning which he has given notice to the court of his intent to file a forfeiture petition.

   (3)  Fines may be utilized as part of a county intermediate punishment sentence or as a non-confinement sentencing alternative (see restorative sanction §  303.9(f)).

   (4)  Fines/Community Service Guidelines. The following guidelines shall be considered by the court when ordering fines or community service as a Restorative Sanction without confinement. Community service, when ordered, is imposed as a condition of probation. A fine, when ordered, is imposed as a non-confinement sentencing alternative or as a condition of probation. The fines guidelines are determined by multiplying the number of hours recommended by the offender’s hourly wage or the current minimum wage, whichever is higher, but may not exceed the statutory maximum fine authorized by law

       (A)   OGS 1

i. PRS 0 25 hours-50 hours
ii. PRS 1 50 hours-75 hours
iii. PRS 275 hours-100 hours
iv. PRS 3100 hours-125 hours
v. PRS 4125 hours-150 hours
vi. PRS 5150 hours-175 hours

       (B)   OGS 2

i. PRS 0 25 hours-50 hours
ii. PRS 175 hours-100 hours
iii. PRS 2100 hours-125 hours
iv. PRS 3 125 hours-150 hours
v. PRS 4 150 hours-175 hours

       (C)   OGS 3

i. PRS 050 hours-75 hours
ii. PRS 1 150 hours-175 hours
iii. PRS 2225 hours-250 hours
iv. PRS 3 300 hours-325 hours

       (D)   OGS 4

i. PRS 0100 hours-125 hours
ii. PRS 1225 hours-250 hours
iii. PRS 2 300 hours-325 hours

       (E)   OGS 5

i. PRS 0225 hours-250 hours

 (b)  Costs and fees.

   (1)  Costs and fees may be added to any guideline sentence, as authorized by law. Relevant statutes include but are not limited to:

     (i)   18 Pa.C.S. §  1109 (relating to costs of any reward)

     (ii)   18 P. S. §  11.1101 (relating to Crime Victim’s Compensation Fund costs)

     (iii)   18 P. S. §  11.1102 (relating to costs of offender supervision programs)

     (iv)   42 Pa.C.S. §  1725 (relating to fees and charges)

     (v)   42 Pa.C.S. §  1725.1 (relating to costs)

     (vi)   42 Pa.C.S. §  1725.2 (relating to costs of summary convictions)

     (vii)   42 Pa.C.S. §  1725.3 (relating to criminal laboratory user fees)

     (viii)   42 Pa.C.S. §  1726.1 (relating to forensic exam)

     (ix)   42 Pa.C.S. §  1726.2 (relating to criminal prosecution involving domestic violence)

     (x)   42 Pa.C.S. §  9728(c) (relating to costs, etc.)

 (c)  Restitution.

   (1)  Restitution shall be added to any guideline sentence, as authorized by law. Relevant statutes include but are not limited to:

     (i)   18 Pa.C.S. §  1106 (relating to injuries to person or property)

     (ii)   18 Pa.C.S. §  1107 (relating to theft of timber)

     (iii)   18 P. S. §  11.1302 (relating to restitution to the Office of Victim Services)

     (iv)   42 Pa.C.S. §  9720.1 (relating to identity theft)

     (v)   42 Pa.C.S. §  9721(c) (relating to mandatory restitution)

   (2)  Restitution may be imposed as a direct sentence or as a condition of probation or intermediate punishment, and is considered a non-confinement sentencing alternative (see restorative sanction §  303.9(f)).

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.14 adopted February 15, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252 amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (364239) to (363241).

Notes of Decisions

   Imposition of Fine

   A defendant’s contention that the court imposed a $5,000 fine because the cash was related to crime and that he, therefore, can only be deprived of it through forfeiture proceedings, was without merit, where it is entirely appropriate for a court to impose a fine designed to exhaust assets used in the commission of an offense and, in fact, the Sentencing Guidelines require the court to consider imposing such a fine in certain instances. Commonwealth v. Lebo, 713 A.2d 1158 (Pa. Super. 1998); appeal denied 737 A.2d 741 (Pa. 1999).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.2 (relating to procedure for determining the guideline sentence); 204 Pa. Code §  303.9 (relating to guideline sentence recommendation: general); 204 Pa. Code §  303.11 (relating to guideline recommendation: sentencing levels); and 204 Pa. Code §  303.13 (relating to guideline sentence recommendations: aggravated and mitigated circumstances).

§ 303.15. Offense Listing.



CRIMES CODE OFFENSES



18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
901 Criminal attempt (Inchoate) 18 Pa.C.S.
§  905
See §  303.3(c) See §  303.8(b)
902 Criminal solicitation (Inchoate) 18 Pa.C.S. §  905 See §  303.3(c) See §  303.8(b)
903 Criminal conspiracy (Inchoate) 18 Pa.C.S. §  905 See §  303.3(c) See §  303.8(b)
907(a) Possessing instruments of crime (criminal instruments) M-1 3 m
907(b) Possessing instruments of crime (weapon) M-1 4 1
907(c) Possessing instruments of crime (unlawful body armor) F-3 5 1
908(a) Prohibited offensive weapons M-1 4 1
908.1(a)(1) Use electric incapacitation device (intent to commit felony) F-2 8 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
908.1(a)(1) Use electric incapacitation device (no intent to commit felony) M-1 5 1
908.1(a)(2) Possess electric incapacitation device (intent to commit felony) F-2 7 2
908.1(a)(2) Possess electric incapacitation device (no intent to commit felony) M-1 4 1
909(a) Manufacture/etc.-master key for motor vehicle M-1 3 m
910(a)(1)(i) Manufacture/etc.-device for theft of telecommunications (›50 devices) F-2 8 2
910(a)(1)(i) Manufacture/etc.-device for theft of telecommunications (10-50 devices) F-3 6 1
910(a)(1)(i) Manufacture/etc.-device for theft of telecommunications (1st off) M-1 4 m
910(a)(1)(i) Manufacture/etc.-device for theft of telecommunications (2nd off) F-3 6 1
910(a)(1)(i) Manufacture/etc.-device for theft of telecommunications (3rd/subsq off) F-2 8 2
910(a)(1)(ii) Manufacture/etc.-device to conceal telecommunications (›50 devices) F-2 8 2
910(a)(1)(ii) Manufacture/etc.-device to conceal telecommunications (10-50 devices) F-3 6 1
910(a)(1)(ii) Manufacture/etc.-device to conceal telecommunications (1st off) M-1 4 m
910(a)(1)(ii) Manufacture/etc.-device to conceal telecommunications (2nd off) F-3 6 1
910(a)(1)(ii) Manufacture/etc.-device to conceal telecommunications (3rd/subsq off) F-2 8 2
910(a)(2)(i) Sell/etc. unlawful telecommunications device (›50 devices) F-2 8 2
910(a)(2)(i) Sell/etc. unlawful telecommunications device (10-50 devices) F-3 6 1
910(a)(2)(i) Sell/etc. unlawful telecommunications device (1st off) M-1 4 m
910(a)(2)(i) Sell/etc. unlawful telecommunications device (2nd off) F-3 6 1
910(a)(2)(i) Sell/etc. unlawful telecommunications device (3rd/subsq off) F-2 8 2
910(a)(2)(ii) Sell/etc. material for unlawful telecommunications device (›50 devices) F-2 8 2
910(a)(2)(ii) Sell/etc. material for unlawful telecommunications device (10-50 devices) F-3 6 1
910(a)(2)(ii) Sell/etc. material for unlawful telecommunications device (1st off) M-1 4 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
910(a)(2)(ii) Sell/etc. material for unlawful telecommunications device (2nd off) F-3 6 1
910(a)(2)(ii) Sell/etc. material for unlawful telecommunications device (3rd/subsq) F-2 8 2
911(b)(1) Corrupt organizations F-1 8 3
911(b)(2) Corrupt organizations-interest in/control of enterprise F-1 8 3
911(b)(3) Corrupt organizations-employee participation F-1 8 3
911(b)(4) Corrupt organizations-conspire F-1 8 3
912(b) Possession of weapon on school property M-1 4 1
913(a)(1) Possession of weapon in court facility M-3 1 m
913(a)(2) Possession of weapon in court facility (intend for crime) M-1 3 1
2102(a)(1) Desecration of flag (marks or writing) M-3 1 m
2102(a)(2) Desecration of flag (public view of defiled flag) M-3 1 m
2102(a)(3) Desecration of flag (manufactures for advertisement) M-3 1 m
2102(a)(4) Desecration of flag (defile/mutilate) M-3 1 m
2103 Insults to national or Commonwealth flag M-2 2 m
2502 Inchoate—Attempt/solicitation/conspiracy to Murder (SBI)18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(c)144
2502 Inchoate—Attempt/solicitation/conspiracy to Murder (No SBI)18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(c)134
2502(a) Murder-1st degree Murder of 1st Degree 18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(a) 4
2502(a) Murder-1st degree (offender 15-‹18 yrs) Murder of 1st Degree 15 4
2502(a) Murder-1st degree (offender ‹15 yrs) Murder of 1st Degree 15 4
2502(b) Murder-2nd degree Murder of 2nd Degree 18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(b) 4
2502(b) Murder-2nd degree (offender 15-‹18 yrs) Murder of 2nd Degree 15 4
2502(b) Murder-2nd degree (offender ‹15 yrs) Murder of 2nd Degree 15 4
2502(c) Murder-3rd degree F-1 14 4
2502(c) Murder-3rd degree (victim ‹13 yrs) F-1 14 4
2503(a)(1) Voluntary manslaughter (provocation from victim) F-1 11 4

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
2503(a)(2) Voluntary manslaughter (provocation from another) F-1 11 4
2503(b) Voluntary manslaughter (believe justified) F-1 11 4
2504(a) Involuntary manslaughter (victim ‹12 yrs) F-2 8 2
2504(a)* Involuntary manslaughter (with DUI conviction) M-1 8 1
2504(a)* Involuntary manslaughter (with BUI conviction) M-1 8 1
2504(a)* Involuntary manslaughter M-1 6 1
2505(a) Suicide, causing (as homicide/murder 1) Murder of 1st Degree 18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(a) 4
2505(a) Suicide, causing (as homicide/murder 2) Murder of 2nd Degree 18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(b) 4
2505(a) Suicide, causing (as homicide/murder 3) F-1 14 4
2505(a) Suicide, causing (as homicide/vol manslaughter) F-1 11 4
2505(a) Suicide, causing (as homicide/invol. manslaughter) M-1 6 1
2505(a) Suicide, causing (as homicide/invol. manslaughter-victim ‹12 yrs) F-2 8 2
2505(a) Suicide, causing (as homicide/invol. manslaughter-w/ DUI or BUI conv) M-1 8 1
2505(b) Suicide, aiding or soliciting (positive result) F-2 6 2
2505(b) Suicide, aiding or soliciting (no result) M-2 2 m
2506(a) Drug delivery resulting in death F-1 13 4
2507 Inchoate —Attempt/solicitation/conspiracy to Murder of law enforcement officer (SBI) 18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(c) 14 4
2507 Inchoate —Attempt/solicitation/conspiracy to Murder of law enforcement officer (No SBI) 18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(c) 13 4
2507(a) Murder of a law enforcement officer-1st degree Murder of 1st Degree 18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(a) 4
2507(a) Murder of a law enforcement officer-1st degree (offender 15-‹18 yrs.) Murder of 1st Degree 15 4
2507(a) Murder of a law enforcement officer-1st degree (offender ‹15 yrs.) Murder of 1st Degree 15 4
2507(b) Murder of a law enforcement officer-2nd degree Murder of 2nd Degree 18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(b) 4
2507(b) Murder of a law enforcement officer-2nd degree (offender 15-‹18 yrs.) Murder of 2nd Degree 15 4
2507(b) Murder of a law enforcement officer-2nd degree (offender ‹15 yrs.) Murder of 2nd Degree 15 4

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
2507(c)(1)(i) Manslaughter of a law enforcement officer (1st degree/provocation by victim) F-1 14 4
2507(c)(1)(ii) Manslaughter of a law enforcement officer (1st degree/provocation by another) F-1 14 4
2507(c)(2) Manslaughter of a law enforcement officer
(1st degree/believe justified)
F-1 14 4
2507(d) Manslaughter of a law enforcement officer
(2nd degree)
F-2 9 4
2604 Inchoate —Attempt/solicitation/conspiracy to Murder of an unborn child (SBI) 18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(c) 14 4
2604 Inchoate —Attempt/solicitation/conspiracy to Murder of an unborn child (No SBI) 18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(c) 13 4
2604(a)(1) Murder of an unborn child-1st degree Murder of 1st Degree 18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(a) 4
2604(a)(1) Murder of an unborn child-1st degree (offender 15-‹18 yrs.) Murder of 1st Degree 15 4
2604(a)(1) Murder of an unborn child-1st degree (offender ‹15 yrs.) Murder of 1st Degree 15 4
2604(b)(1) Murder of an unborn child-2nd degree Murder of 2nd Degree 18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(b) 4
2604(b)(1) Murder of an unborn child-2nd degree (offender 15-‹18 yrs.) Murder of 2nd Degree 15 4
2604(b)(1) Murder of an unborn child-2nd degree (offender ‹15 yrs.) Murder of 2nd Degree 15 4
2604(c)(1) Murder of an unborn child-3rd degree F-1 14 4
2605(a)(1) Voluntary manslaughter of an unborn child (provocation from mother) F-1 11 4
2605(a)(2) Voluntary manslaughter of an unborn child (provocation from another) F-1 11 4
2605(b) Voluntary manslaughter of an unborn child (believe justified) F-1 11 4
2606(a)* Aggravated assault of an unborn child (causes SBI) F-1 11 4
2606(a)* Aggravated assault of an unborn child
(attempts to cause SBI)
F-1 10 3
2701(a)(1) Simple assault-attempt/cause BI M-2 3 m
2701(a)(1) Simple assault-attempt/cause BI (against child ‹12 by adult ›=18) M-1 4 1
2701(a)(1) Simple assault-attempt/cause BI (mutual consent) M-3 1 m
2701(a)(2) Simple assault-cause BI w/ deadly weapon M-2 3 m
2701(a)(2) Simple assault-cause BI w/ deadly weapon (against child ‹12 by adult ›=18) M-1 4 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
2701(a)(2) Simple assault-cause BI w/ deadly weapon (mutual consent) M-3 1 m
2701(a)(3) Simple assault-cause fear of SBI M-2 3 m
2701(a)(3) Simple assault-cause fear of SBI (against child ‹12 by adult ›=18 M-1 4 1
2701(a)(3) Simple assault-cause fear of SBI (mutual consent) M-3 1 m
2701(a)(4) Simple assault-penetrate w/ hypodermic needle M-2 3 m
2701(a)(4) Simple assault-penetrate w/ hypodermic needle (against child ‹12 by adult ›=18) M-1 4 1
2701(a)(4) Simple assault-penetrate w/ hypodermic needle (mutual consent) M-3 1 m
2702(a)(1)* Aggravated assault-cause SBI F-1 11 4
2702(a)(1)* Aggravated assault-attempt SBI F-1 10 3
2702(a)(2)* Aggravated assault-cause SBI to police/enumerated persons F-1 11 4
2702(a)(2)* Aggravated assault-attempt SBI to police/enumerated persons F-1 10 3
2702(a)(3) Aggravated assault-cause BI to police/enumerated persons F-2 6 2
2702(a)(4) Aggravated assault-cause BI w/ deadly weapon F-2 8 2
2702(a)(5) Aggravated assault-cause BI to teacher, etc F-2 6 2
2702(a)(6) Aggravated assault-cause fear of SBI F-2 6 2
2702(a)(7) Aggravated assault-use tear gas/electronic device ag. police, etc. F-2 6 2
2702(a)(8)Aggravated assault-attempt/cause BI (against child ‹6 by person ›=18)F-272
2702(a)(9)*Aggravated assault-cause SBI (against child ‹13 by person ›=18)F-1 124
2702(a)(9)*Aggravated assault-attempt SBI (against child ‹13 by person ›=18)F-1114
2702.1(a) Assault of law enforcement officer-discharge firearm (1st degree) F-1 13 4
2703(a) Assault by prisoner F-2 7 2
2703.1 Aggravated harassment by prisoner F-3 6 1
2704 Assault by life prisoner Murder of 2nd Degree 18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(b) 4
2704 Inchoate —Attempt/solicitation/conspiracy to assault by life prisoner (SBI) 18 Pa.C.S.
§  1102(c)
14 4
2704 Inchoate —Attempt/solicitation/conspiracy to assault by life prisoner (No SBI) 18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(c) 13 4

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.

18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
2705 Recklessly endangering another person M-2 3 m
2706(a)(1) Terroristic threats-intent to terrorize M-1 3 m
2706(a)(1) Terroristic threats-intent to terrorize/divert from activities F-3 5 1
2706(a)(2) Terroristic threats-cause evacuation of building M-1 3 m
2706(a)(2) Terroristic threats-cause evacuation of building/divert from activities F-3 5 1
2706(a)(3) Terroristic threats-serious public inconvenience M-1 3 m
2706(a)(3) Terroristic threats-serious public inconvenience/divert from activities F-3 5 1
2707(a) Propulsion of missiles into an occupied vehicle M-1 3 m
2707(b) Propulsion of missiles onto a roadway M-2 2 m
2707.1(a) Discharge of firearm into an occupied structure F-3 10 1
2708(a) Use of tear gas in labor dispute M-1 3 m
2709(a)(1)Harassment-subject other physical contact (prev. violation of order)M-31m
2709(a)(2)Harassment-follow in public place (prev. violation of order)M-31m
2709(a)(3)Harassment-course of conduct w/ no legitimate purpose (prev. violation of order)M-31m
2709(a)(4) Harassment-lewd communication M-3 1 m
2709(a)(5) Harassment-repeated, anonymous communication M-3 1 m
2709(a)(6) Harassment-repeated communication: inconvenient hours M-3 1 m
2709(a)(7) Harassment-repeated communication: other M-3 1 m
2709.1(a)(1) Stalking-repeated acts to cause fear of BI (1st off) M-1 4 m
2709.1(a)(1) Stalking-repeated acts to cause fear of BI (2nd/subsq off) F-3 6 1
2709.1(a)(1) Stalking-repeated acts to cause fear of BI (prior crime of violence) F-3 6 1
2709.1(a)(2) Stalking-course of conduct to cause fear of BI (1st off) M-1 4 m
2709.1(a)(2) Stalking-course of conduct to cause fear of BI (2nd/subsq off) F-3 6 1
2709.1(a)(2) Stalking-course of conduct to cause fear of BI (prior crime of violence) F-3 6 1
2710 Ethnic Intimidation 18 Pa.C.S. §  2710(b) See §  303.3(d) See §  303.8(c)

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
2712(a) Assault-sports official M-1 3 m
2713(a)(1) Neglect of care-dependent person-no treatment (cause SBI) F-1 10 3
2713(a)(1) Neglect of care-dependent person-no treatment (cause BI) M-1 4 m
2713(a)(2) Neglect of care-dependent person-physical/chemical restraint (cause SBI) F-1 10 3
2713(a)(2) Neglect of care-dependent person-physical/chemical restraint (cause BI) M-1 4 m
2714 Unauthorized administration of intoxicant F-3 8 1
2715(a)(3) Threat to use weapons of mass destruction-
reports w/o knowledge
M-1 3 m
2715(a)(3) Threat to use weapons of mass destruction-
reports w/o knowledge (divert from activities)
F-3 5 1
2715(a)(3) Threat to use weapons of mass destruction-
reports w/o knowledge (during emergency)
F-2 7 2
2715(a)(4) Threat to use weapons of mass destruction-
threaten placement
M-1 3 m
2715(a)(4) Threat to use weapons of mass destruction-
threaten placement (divert from activities)
F-3 7 1
2715(a)(4) Threat to use weapons of mass destruction-
threaten placement (during emergency)
F-2 7 2
2716(a) Weapons of mass destruction-possession (1st off) F-2 7 2
2716(a) Weapons of mass destruction-possession (2nd/subsq off) F-1 11 4
2716(b)(1) Weapons of mass destruction-use (cause death) Murder of 2nd Degree 18 Pa.C.S.
§  1102(b)
4
2716(b)(1) Weapons of mass destruction-use (cause injury/
illness)
F-1 13 4
2716(b)(2) Weapons of mass destruction-use (cause damage/disrupt water/food) F-1 13 4
2716(b)(3) Weapons of mass destruction-use (cause evacuation of building etc.) F-1 13 4
2717(a)(1) Terrorism-intim/coerce population (where violent offense is F-1) F-1 one point higher than object offense 4
2717(a)(1) Terrorism-intim/coerce population (where violent offense is F-2) F-1 one point higher than object offense 3
2717(a)(1) Terrorism-intim/coerce population (where violent offense is F-3 or ungraded felony) F-2 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
2717(a)(1) Terrorism-intim/coerce population (where violent offense is M-1) F-3 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
2717(a)(1) Terrorism-intim/coerce population (where violent offense is M-2) M-1 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
2717(a)(1) Terrorism-intim/coerce population (where violent offense is M-3) M-2 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
2717(a)(2) Terrorism-influence govt (where violent offense is F-1) F-1 one point higher than object offense 4
2717(a)(2) Terrorism-influence govt (where violent offense is F-2) F-1 one point higher than object offense 3
2717(a)(2) Terrorism-influence govt (where violent offense is F-3 or ungraded felony) F-2 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
2717(a)(2) Terrorism-influence govt (where violent offense is M-1) F-3 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
2717(a)(2) Terrorism-influence govt (where violent offense is M-2) M-1 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
2717(a)(2) Terrorism-influence govt (where violent offense is M-3) M-2 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
2901(a)(1) Kidnapping-for ransom (victim ›=18 yrs) F-1 10 4
2901(a)(2) Kidnapping-to facilitate a felony (victim ›=18 yrs) F-1 10 4
2901(a)(3) Kidnapping-to inflict terror, BI (victim ›=18 yrs) F-1 10 4
2901(a)(4) Kidnapping-to interfere w/ performance of pub. official (victim ›=18 yrs) F-1 10 4
2901(a.1)(1)* Kidnapping-minor, for ransom/etc. (victim 14-‹18 yrs) F-1 10 4
2901(a.1)(1)* Kidnapping-minor, for ransom/etc. (victim ‹14 yrs) F-1 10 4
2901(a.1)(2)* Kidnapping-minor, to facilitate felony (victim 14-‹18 yrs) F-1 10 4
2901(a.1)(2)* Kidnapping-minor, to facilitate felony (victim ‹14 yrs) F-1 10 4
2901(a.1)(3)* Kidnapping-minor, to inflict terror, BI (victim 14-‹18 yrs) F-1 10 4

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
2901(a.1)(3)* Kidnapping-minor, to inflict terror, BI (victim ‹14 yrs) F-1 10 4
2901(a.1)(4)* Kidnapping-minor, to interfere w/ pub. official (victim 14-‹18 yrs) F-1 10 4
2901(a.1)(4)* Kidnapping-minor, to interfere w/ pub. official (victim ‹14 yrs) F-1 10 4
2902(a)(1) Unlawful restraint-risk SBI M-1 3 m
2902(a)(2) Unlawful restraint-involuntary servitude M-1 3 m
2902(b)(1) Unlawful restraint-risk SBI (victim ‹18 yrs) F-2 8 2
2902(b)(2) Unlawful restraint-involuntary servitude (victim ‹18 yrs) F-2 8 2
2902(c)(1) Unlawful restraint by parent-risk SBI (victim ‹18 yrs) F-2 8 2
2902(c)(2) Unlawful restraint by parent-involuntary servitude (victim ‹18 yrs) F-2 8 2
2903(a) False imprisonment (victim ›=18 yrs) M-2 2 m
2903(b) False imprisonment (victim ‹18 yrs ) F-2 8 2
2903(c) False imprisonment by parent (victim‹18 yrs) F-2 7 2
2904(a) Interfere with custody of children F-3 6 1
2904(a) Interfere with custody of children-good cause/
time ‹24 hrs.
M-2 3 m
2904(a) Interfere with custody of children-w/ reckless disregard F-2 8 2
2905(a) Interfere with custody of committed person M-2 4 m
2906(a)(1) Criminal coercion-threat to commit crime M-2 2 m
2906(a)(1) Criminal coercion-threat to commit crime (felony) M-1 3 m
2906(a)(2) Criminal coercion-threat to accuse of crime M-2 2 m
2906(a)(2) Criminal coercion-threat to accuse of crime (felony) M-1 3 m
2906(a)(3) Criminal coercion-threat to expose secret M-2 2 m
2906(a)(3) Criminal coercion-threat to expose secret (felony) M-1 3 m
2906(a)(4) Criminal coercion-threaten official act M-2 2 m
2906(a)(4) Criminal coercion-threaten official act (felony) M-1 3 m
2907 Disposition of ransom F-3 5 1
2909(b)(1) Concealment of whereabouts of a child-in Commonwealth F-3 4 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
2909(b)(2) Concealment of whereabouts of a child-parents in Commonwealth F-3 4 1
2910(a) Luring child into motor vehicle/structure M-1 5 1
2910Luring a child into motor vehicle/structure (child ‹13 yrs)F-282
3002(a) Trafficking of persons F-2 9 2
3002(a) Trafficking of persons (victim ‹18 yrs) F-1 10 4
3002(a) Trafficking of persons-w/ BI F-1 10 4
3121(a)(1) Rape-forcible compulsion F-1 12 4
3121(a)(1) Rape-forcible compulsion (uses substance to impair) F-1 13 4
3121(a)(2) Rape-threat of forcible compulsion F-1 12 4
3121(a)(2) Rape-threat of forcible compulsion (uses substance to impair) F-1 13 4
3121(a)(3) Rape-unconscious victim F-1 12 4
3121(a)(3) Rape-unconscious victim (uses substance to impair) F-1 13 4
3121(a)(4) Rape-substantially impaired victim F-1 12 4
3121(a)(4) Rape-substantially impaired victim (uses substance to impair) F-1 13 4
3121(a)(5) Rape-mentally disabled victim F-1 12 4
3121(a)(5) Rape-mentally disabled victim (uses substance to impair) F-1 13 4
3121(c) Rape-child (victim ‹13 yrs) F-1 14 4
3121(d) Rape-child w/ SBI (victim ‹13 yrs) F-1 14 4
3122.1(a)(1) Statutory sexual assault-victim ‹16 yrs (person 4-‹8 yrs older) F-2 7 2
3122.1(a)(2) Statutory sexual assault-victim ‹16 yrs (person 8-‹11 yrs older) F-2 8 2
3122.1(b) Statutory sexual assault-victim ‹16 yrs (person ›=11 yrs older) F-1 9 3
3123(a)(1) IDSI-forcible compulsion F-1 12 4
3123(a)(2) IDSI-threat of forcible compulsion F-1 12 4
3123(a)(3) IDSI-unconscious victim F-1 12 4
3123(a)(4) IDSI-substantially impaired victim F-1 12 4
3123(a)(5) IDSI-mentally disabled victim F-1 12 4

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3123(a)(7) IDSI-victim ‹16 yrs (person ›=4 yrs older) F-1 12 4
3123(b) IDSI-child (victim ‹13 yrs) F-1 14 4
3123(c) IDSI-child w/ SBI (victim ‹13 yrs) F-1 14 4
3124.1 Sexual assault F-2 11 4
3124.2(a) Institutional sexual assault-generally F-3 6 1
3124.2(a.1) Institutional sexual assault-minor (victim ‹18 yrs) F-3 6 1
3124.2(a.2) Institutional sexual assault-by school volunteer/employee F-3 6 1
3124.2(a.3) Institutional sexual assault-by child care volunteer/employee F-3 6 1
3125(a)(1) Aggravated indecent assault-w/o consent F-2 10 4
3125(a)(1) Aggravated indecent assault-of a child w/out consent (victim ‹13 yrs) F-1 12 4
3125(a)(2) Aggravated indecent assault-forcible compulsion F-2 10 4
3125(a)(2) Aggravated indecent assault-of a child/forcible compulsion (victim ‹13 yrs) F-1 12 4
3125(a)(3) Aggravated indecent assault-threat of forcible compulsion F-2 10 4
3125(a)(3) Aggravated indecent assault-of a child/threat of forcible compulsion (victim ‹13 yrs) F-1 12 4
3125(a)(4) Aggravated indecent assault-unconscious victim F-2 10 4
3125(a)(4) Aggravated indecent assault-of a child/
unconscious victim (victim ‹13 yrs)
F-1 12 4
3125(a)(5) Aggravated indecent assault-substantially impaired victim F-2 10 4
3125(a)(5) Aggravated indecent assault-of a child/substantially impaired victim (‹13 yrs) F-1 12 4
3125(a)(6) Aggravated indecent assault-mentally disabled victim F-2 10 4
3125(a)(6) Aggravated indecent assault-of a child/mentally disabled victim (‹13 yrs) F-1 12 4
3125(a)(7) Aggravated indecent assault-victim ‹13 yrs F-1 12 4
3125(a)(8) Aggravated indecent assault-victim ‹16 yrs (person ›=4 yrs older) F-2 10 4
3126(a)(1) Indecent assault-w/o consent M-2 4 m
3126(a)(2) Indecent assault-forcible compulsion M-1 5 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3126(a)(3) Indecent assault-threat of forcible compulsion M-1 5 m
3126(a)(4) Indecent assault-unconscious victim M-1 5 m
3126(a)(5) Indecent assault-substantially impaired victim M-1 5 m
3126(a)(6) Indecent assault-mentally disabled victim M-1 5 m
3126(a)(7) Indecent assault-victim ‹13 yrs M-1 5 1
3126(a)(7) Indecent assault-victim ‹13 yrs (2nd/subsq) F-3 6 1
3126(a)(7) Indecent assault-victim ‹13 yrs/course of conduct F-3 6 1
3126(a)(7) Indecent assault-victim ‹13 yrs/touching victim’s sexual parts w/ person’s F-3 6 1
3126(a)(7) Indecent assault-victim ‹13 yrs/touching person’s sexual parts w/ victim’s F-3 6 1
3126(a)(8) Indecent assault-victim ‹16 yrs (person ›=4 yrs older) M-2 4 m
3127(a) Indecent exposure M-2 3 m
3127(a) Indecent exposure-victim ‹16 yrs M-1 4 1
3129 Sexual intercourse with animal M-2 2 m
3130(a)(1) Conduct relating to sex offenders-withhold information F-3 5 1
3130(a)(2) Conduct relating to sex offenders-harbor sex offender F-3 5 1
3130(a)(3) Conduct relating to sex offenders-conceal sex offender F-3 5 1
3130(a)(4) Conduct relating to sex offenders-provide false information F-3 5 1
3301(a)(1)(i)* Arson endangering persons-danger of death (person in building or BI results) F-1 10 4
3301(a)(1)(i)* Arson endangering persons-danger of death (no person in building and no BI) F-1 9 4
3301(a)(1)(i)*Arson endangering persons-danger of death (cause SBI to civilian)F-1114
3301(a)(1)(i)*Arson endangering persons-danger of death (cause BI to firefighter, etc.)F-1114
3301(a)(1)(ii)* Arson endangering persons-inhabited building (person in building or BI results) F-1 10 4
3301(a)(1)(ii)* Arson endangering persons-inhabited building (no person in building and no BI) F-1 9 4
3301(a)(1)(ii)*Arson endangering persons-inhabited building (cause SBI to civilian)F-1114
3301(a)(1)(ii)*Arson endangering persons-inhabited building (cause BI to firefighter, etc.)F-1114

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3301(a)(2) Arson endangering persons-cause death w/ intent (murder-1st degree) Murder of 1st Degree 18 Pa.C.S.
§  1102(a)
4
3301(a)(2) Arson endangering persons-cause death (murder-2nd degree) Murder of 2nd Degree 18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(b) 4
3301(a.1)(1)(i)*Aggravated arson-attempt BI to civilian F-1104
3301(a.1)(1)(i)*Aggravated arson-cause BI to civilianF-1114
3301(a.1)(1)(i)*Agravated arson-attempt SBI to civilianF-1114
3301(a.1)(1)(i)*Aggravated arson-cause SBI to civilianF-1124
3301(a.1)(1)(i)*Aggravated arson-attempt BI to firefighter, etc.F-1114
3301(a.1)(1)(i)*Aggravated arson-cause BI to firefighter, etc.F-1124
3301(a.1)(1)(ii)Aggravated arson-other felony arson (when person present inside property)F-1104
3301(a.1)(2)Aggravated arson-fire/explosion causes death
of any person
Murder of 2nd Degree18 Pa.C.S. §  1102(b)4
3301(a.2)(1)Arson of historic resource-w/intent (fire/explosion)F-272
3301(a.2)(2)Arson of historic resource-aids/pays (fire/explosion)F-272
3301(c)(1) Arson endangering property-intent to destroy unoccupied bldg F-2 6 2
3301(c)(2) Arson endangering property-endangers inhabited building F-2 6 2
3301(c)(3) Arson endangering property-intent to collect insurance F-2 6 2
3301(d)(1) Arson-reckless burning or exploding (endanger unoccupied bldg) F-3 5 1
3301(d)(2) Arson-reckless burning or exploding (endanger property ›$5000) F-3 5 1
3301(e)(1) Arson-failure to control/report (duty) M-1 3 m
3301(e)(2) Arson-failure to control/report (own property) M-1 3 m
3301(f) Arson-possess explosive material (intent to use) F-3 5 1
3301(g) Arson-failure to disclose true owner M-3 1 m
3302(a) Catastrophe-causing (intentionally) F-1 10 3
3302(a) Catastrophe-causing (recklessly) F-2 6 2
3302(b) Catastrophe-risking F-3 4 1
3303(1) Failure to prevent catastrophe-duty M-2 2 m
3303(2) Failure to prevent catastrophe-acted or assented to M-2 2 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3304(a)(1) Criminal mischief-damage prop/intent/reckless/neglig (›$5,000) F-3 5 1
3304(a)(1) Criminal mischief-damage prop/intent/reckless/neglig (›$1,000) M-2 2 m
3304(a)(1) Criminal mischief-damage prop/intent/reckless/neglig (›$500) M-3 1 m
3304(a)(2) Criminal mischief-tamper w/ property (›$5,000) F-3 5 1
3304(a)(2) Criminal mischief-tamper w/ property (›$1,000) M-2 2 m
3304(a)(2) Criminal mischief-tamper w/ property (›$500) M-3 1 m
3304(a)(3) Criminal mischief-cause pecuniary loss (›$5,000) F-3 5 1
3304(a)(3) Criminal mischief-cause pecuniary loss (›$1,000) M-2 2 m
3304(a)(3) Criminal mischief-cause pecuniary loss (›$500) M-3 1 m
3304(a)(4) Criminal mischief-graffiti (›$5,000) F-3 5 1
3304(a)(4) Criminal mischief-graffiti (›$1,000) M-2 2 m
3304(a)(4) Criminal mischief-graffiti (›$150) M-3 1 m
3304(a)(5) Criminal mischief-damage property (›$5,000) F-3 5 1
3304(a)(5) Criminal mischief-damage property (›$1,000) M-2 2 m
3304(a)(5) Criminal mischief-damage property (›$500) M-3 1 m
3304(a)(6) Criminal mischief-paintball (›$5,000) F-3 5 1
3304(a)(6) Criminal mischief-paintball (›$1,000) M-2 2 m
3304(a)(6) Criminal mischief-paintball (›$500) M-3 1 m
3305 Tampering w/ fire apparatus/hydrants M-3 1 m
3307(a)(1) Institutional vandalism-place of worship (›$5,000 or desecration) F-3 5 1
3307(a)(1) Institutional vandalism-place of worship (‹=$5,000) M-2 2 m
3307(a)(2) Institutional vandalism-cemetery (›$5,000 or desecration) F-3 5 1
3307(a)(3) Institutional vandalism-school (›$5,000 or desecration) F-3 5 1
3307(a)(3) Institutional vandalism-school (‹=$5,000) M-2 2 m
3307(a)(3) Institutional vandalism-cemetery (‹=$5,000) M-2 2 m
3307(a)(4) Institutional vandalism-adjacent grounds (›$5,000 or desecration) F-3 5 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3307(a)(4) Institutional vandalism-adjacent grounds (‹=$5,000) M-2 2 m
3307(a)(5) Institutional vandalism-personal property (›$5,000 or desecration) F-3 5 1
3307(a)(5) Institutional vandalism-personal property (‹=$5,000) M-2 2 m
3307(a.1) Institutional vandalism-possess marking device on property M-2 2 m
3309(a) Agricultural vandalism (›$5,000) F-3 5 1
3309(a) Agricultural vandalism (›$1,000) M-1 3 m
3309(a) Agricultural vandalism (›$500) M-2 2 m
3309(a) Agricultural vandalism (‹=$500) M-3 1 m
3310(a) Agricultural crop destruction F-2 7 2
3311(a)(1)(i) Ecoterrorism-intimidate individual participation (if off is F-1) F-1 14 4
3311(a)(1)(i) Ecoterrorism-intimidate individual participation (if off is F-2) F-1 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(1)(i) Ecoterrorism-intimidate individual participation (if off is F-3/ungr fel) F-2 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(1)(i) Ecoterrorism-intimidate individual participation (if off is M-1) F-3 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(1)(i) Ecoterrorism-intimidate individual participation (if off is M-2) M-1 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(1)(i) Ecoterrorism-intimidate individual participation (if off is M-3/ungr misd) M-2 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(1)(i) Ecoterrorism-intimidate individual participation (if off is S) M-3 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(1)(ii) Ecoterrorism-intimidate individ. using animal/
plant/etc. (if off is F-1)
F-1 14 4
3311(a)(1)(ii) Ecoterrorism-intimidate individ. using animal/
plant/etc. (if off is F-2)
F-1 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(1)(ii) Ecoterrorism-intimidate individ. using animal/
plant/etc. (if off is F-3/ ungr fel)
F-2 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(1)(ii) Ecoterrorism-intimidate individ. using animal/
plant/etc. (if off is M-1)
F-3 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3311(a)(1)(ii) Ecoterrorism-intimidate individ. using animal/
plant/etc. (if off is M-2)
M-1 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(1)(ii) Ecoterrorism-intimidate individ. using animal/
plant/etc. (if off is M-3/ungr misd)
M-2 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(1)(ii) Ecoterrorism-intimidate individ. using animal/
plant/etc. (if off is S)
M-3 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(2)(i) Ecoterrorism-obstruct individ. from activity (if off is F-1) F-1 14 4
3311(a)(2)(i) Ecoterrorism-obstruct individ. from activity (if off is F-2) F-1 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(2)(i) Ecoterrorism-obstruct individ. from activity (if off is F-3/ungr fel) F-2 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(2)(i) Ecoterrorism-obstruct individ. from activity (if off is M-1) F-3 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(2)(i) Ecoterrorism-obstruct individ. from activity (if off is M-2) M-1 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(2)(i) Ecoterrorism-obstruct individ. from activity (if off is M-3/ungr misd) M-2 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(2)(i) Ecoterrorism-obstruct individ. from activity (if off is S) M-3 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(2)(ii) Ecoterrorism-obstruct individ. using animal/
plant/etc. (if off is F-1)
F-1 14 4
3311(a)(2)(ii) Ecoterrorism-obstruct individ. using animal/
plant/etc. (if off is F-2)
F-1 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(2)(ii) Ecoterrorism-obstruct individ. using animal/
plant/etc. (if off is F-3/ungr fel)
F-2 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(2)(ii) Ecoterrorism-obstruct individ. using animal/
plant/etc. (if off is M-1)
F-3 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(2)(ii) Ecoterrorism-obstruct individ. using animal/
plant/etc. (if off is M-2)
M-1 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3311(a)(2)(ii) Ecoterrorism-obstruct individ. using animal/
plant/etc. (if off is M-3)
M-2 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.
3311(a)(2)(ii) Ecoterrorism-obstruct individ. using animal/
plant/etc. (if off is S)
M-3 one point higher than object offense See §  303.7(a)
3312(a)(2) Destruction of survey monument-call boundary into question M-2 3 m
3313(a) Illegal dumping of methamphetamine waste F-3 5 1
3502(a)(1) Burglary-home/person present F-1 9 4
3502(a)(2) Burglary-home/no person present F-1 7 3
3502(a)(3) Burglary-not a home/person present F-1 6 3
3502(a)(4) Burglary-not a home/no person present F-2 5 2
3502(a)(4)Burglary-not a home/no person present
(commit theft of drugs)
F-173
3503(a)(1)(i) Criminal trespass-buildings F-3 3 1
3503(a)(1)(ii) Criminal trespass-buildings (break in) F-2 4 2
3503(b)(1)(i) Criminal trespass-defiant (notice by communication) M-3 1 m
3503(b)(1)(ii) Criminal trespass-defiant (notice posted) M-3 1 m
3503(b)(1)(iii) Criminal trespass-defiant (notice by fencing) M-3 1 m
3503(b)(1)(iv) Criminal trespass-defiant (notice posted/school grounds) M-3 1 m
3503(b)(1)(v) Criminal trespass-defiant (communication/leave school grounds) M-1 3 m
3503(b.2)(1)(i) Criminal trespass-agricultural trespass (posted land) M-3 1 m
3503(b.2)(1)(ii) Criminal trespass-agricultural trespass (defies order) M-2 3 m
3503(b.3)(1)(i) Agricultural biosecurity trespass-enter w/o license M-3 1 m
3503(b.3)(1)(i) Agricultural biosecurity trespass-enter w/o license (damage plant/animal) M-1 3 m
3503(b.3)(1)(ii) Agricultural biosecurity trespass-fail to perform measure (damage plant/animal) M-1 3 m
3504(a)(1)(i) Railroad vandalism to RR property-by disrupting train operation M-3 1 m
3504(a)(1)(ii) Railroad vandalism to RR property-by driving vehicle M-3 1 m
3504(a)(1)(iii) Railroad vandalism to RR property-by damaging property/equipment M-3 1 m
3504(b) Railroad protection-stowaways prohibited M-3 1 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3701(a)(1)(i) Robbery-inflicts SBI F-1 12 4
3701(a)(1)(i)Robbery-inflicts SBI (drug-related)F-1134
3701(a)(1)(ii) Robbery-threatens SBI F-1 10 4
3701(a)(1)(ii)Robbery-threaten SBI (drug-related)F-1114
3701(a)(1)(iii) Robbery-commit/threaten any F1 or F2 F-1 9 4
3701(a)(1)(iii)Robbery-commit/threaten any F1 or F2
(drug-related)
F-1104
3701(a)(1)(iv) Robbery-inflicts/threatens BI F-2 7 2
3701(a)(1)(iv)Robbery-inflicts/threatens BI (drug-related)F-183
3701(a)(1)(v) Robbery-takes property by force F-3 5 1
3701(a)(1)(v)Robbery-takes property by force (drug-related)F-163
3701(a)(1)(vi) Robbery-demand money from financial institution F-2 7 2
3702(a)* Robbery of motor vehicle-with SBI F-1 12 4
3702(a)* Robbery of motor vehicle-without SBI F-1 9 4
3921(a) Theft by unlaw taking-movable property (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3921(a) Theft by unlaw taking-movable property (disaster) F-2 8 2
3921(a) Theft by unlaw taking-movable property (firearm) F-2 8 2
3921(a) Theft by unlaw taking-movable property (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3921(a) Theft by unlaw taking-movable property ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3921(a)*Theft by unlaw taking-movable property (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle)F-361
3921(a)* Theft by unlaw taking-movable property (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3921(a) Theft by unlaw taking-movable property (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 3 m
3921(a) Theft by unlaw taking-movable property ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 3 m
3921(a) Theft by unlaw taking-movable property ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3921(a) Theft by unlaw taking-movable property (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3921(b) Theft by unlaw taking-immovable property (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3921(b) Theft by unlaw taking-immovable property (disaster) F-2 8 2
3921(b) Theft by unlaw taking-immovable property (firearm) F-2 8 2
3921(b) Theft by unlaw taking-immovable property (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3921(b) Theft by unlaw taking-immovable property ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3921(b)* Theft by unlaw taking-immovable property (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3921(b)* Theft by unlaw taking-immovable property (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3921(b) Theft by unlaw taking-immovable property (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 3 m
3921(b) Theft by unlaw taking-immovable property ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 3 m
3921(b) Theft by unlaw taking-immovable property ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3921(b) Theft by unlaw taking-immovable property (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3922(a)(1) Theft by deception-false impression (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3922(a)(1) Theft by deception-false impression (firearm) F-2 8 2
3922(a)(1) Theft by deception-false impression (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3922(a)(1) Theft by deception-false impression ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3922(a)(1)* Theft by deception-false impression (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3922(a)(1)* Theft by deception-false impression (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3922(a)(1) Theft by deception-false impression (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 3 m
3922(a)(1) Theft by deception-false impression ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 3 m
3922(a)(1) Theft by deception-false impression (›$50-$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3922(a)(1) Theft by deception-false impression (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3922(a)(2) Theft by deception-conceal information (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3922(a)(2) Theft by deception-conceal information (firearm) F-2 8 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3922(a)(2) Theft by deception-conceal information (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3922(a)(2) Theft by deception-conceal information ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3922(a)(2)* Theft by deception-conceal information (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3922(a)(2)* Theft by deception-conceal information (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3922(a)(2) Theft by deception-conceal information (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 3 m
3922(a)(2) Theft by deception-conceal information ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 3 m
3922(a)(2) Theft by deception-conceal information ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3922(a)(2) Theft by deception-conceal information (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3922(a)(3) Theft by deception-fail to correct (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3922(a)(3) Theft by deception-fail to correct (firearm) F-2 8 2
3922(a)(3) Theft by deception-fail to correct (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3922(a)(3) Theft by deception-fail to correct ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3922(a)(3) Theft by deception-fail to correct (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3922(a)(3)* Theft by deception-fail to correct (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3922(a)(3) Theft by deception-fail to correct (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 3 m
3922(a)(3) Theft by deception-fail to correct ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 3 m
3922(a)(3) Theft by deception-fail to correct ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3922(a)(3) Theft by deception-fail to correct (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3923(a)(1) Theft by extortion-commit crime (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3923(a)(1) Theft by extortion-commit crime (firearm) F-2 8 2
3923(a)(1) Theft by extortion-commit crime (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3923(a)(1) Theft by extortion-commit crime ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3923(a)(1)* Theft by extortion-commit crime (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3923(a)(1)* Theft by extortion-commit crime (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3923(a)(1) Theft by extortion-commit crime (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 4 m
3923(a)(1) Theft by extortion-commit crime ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 4 m
3923(a)(1) Theft by extortion-commit crime ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3923(a)(1) Theft by extortion-commit crime (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3923(a)(2) Theft by extortion-accuse of crime (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3923(a)(2) Theft by extortion-accuse of crime (firearm) F-2 8 2
3923(a)(2) Theft by extortion-accuse of crime (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3923(a)(2) Theft by extortion-accuse of crime ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3923(a)(2)* Theft by extortion-accuse of crime (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3923(a)(2)* Theft by extortion-accuse of crime (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3923(a)(2) Theft by extortion-accuse of crime (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 4 m
3923(a)(2) Theft by extortion-accuse of crime ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 4 m
3923(a)(2) Theft by extortion-accuse of crime ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3923(a)(2) Theft by extortion-accuse of crime (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3923(a)(3) Theft by extortion-expose secret (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3923(a)(3) Theft by extortion-expose secret (firearm) F-2 8 2
3923(a)(3)Theft by extortion-expose secret (=›$500,000)F-183
3923(a)(3)Theft by extortion-expose secret ($100,000-‹$500,000)F-272
3923(a)(3)* Theft by extortion-expose secret (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3923(a)(3)* Theft by extortion-expose secret (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3923(a)(3) Theft by extortion-expose secret (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 4 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3923(a)(3) Theft by extortion-expose secret ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 4 m
3923(a)(3) Theft by extortion-expose secret ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3923(a)(3) Theft by extortion-expose secret (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3923(a)(4) Theft by extortion-official action (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3923(a)(4) Theft by extortion-official action (firearm) F-2 8 2
3923(a)(4) Theft by extortion-official action (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3923(a)(4) Theft by extortion-official action ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3923(a)(4)* Theft by extortion-official action (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3923(a)(4)* Theft by extortion-official action (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3923(a)(4) Theft by extortion-official action (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 4 m
3923(a)(4) Theft by extortion-official action ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 4 m
3923(a)(4) Theft by extortion-official action ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3923(a)(4) Theft by extortion-official action (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3923(a)(5) Theft by extortion-strike/boycott (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3923(a)(5) Theft by extortion-strike/boycott (firearm) F-2 8 2
3923(a)(5) Theft by extortion-strike/boycott (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3923(a)(5) Theft by extortion-strike/boycott ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3923(a)(5)* Theft by extortion-strike/boycott (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3923(a)(5)* Theft by extortion-strike/boycott (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3923(a)(5) Theft by extortion-strike/boycott (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 4 m
3923(a)(5) Theft by extortion-strike/boycott ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 4 m
3923(a)(5) Theft by extortion-strike/boycott ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3923(a)(5) Theft by extortion-strike/boycott (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3923(a)(6) Theft by extortion-testimony (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3923(a)(6) Theft by extortion-testimony (firearm) F-2 8 2
3923(a)(6) Theft by extortion-testimony (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3923(a)(6) Theft by extortion-testimony ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3923(a)(6)* Theft by extortion-testimony (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3923(a)(6)* Theft by extortion-testimony (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3923(a)(6) Theft by extortion-testimony (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 4 m
3923(a)(6) Theft by extortion-testimony ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 4 m
3923(a)(6) Theft by extortion-testimony ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3923(a)(6) Theft by extortion-testimony (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3923(a)(7) Theft by extortion-inflict harm (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3923(a)(7) Theft by extortion-inflict harm (firearm) F-2 8 2
3923(a)(7) Theft by extortion-inflict harm (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3923(a)(7) Theft by extortion-inflict harm ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3923(a)(7) Theft by extortion-inflict harm (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3923(a)(7)* Theft by extortion-inflict harm (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3923(a)(7) Theft by extortion-inflict harm (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 4 m
3923(a)(7) Theft by extortion-inflict harm ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 4 m
3923(a)(7) Theft by extortion-inflict harm ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3923(a)(7) Theft by extortion-inflict harm (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3924 Theft of property-lost/mislaid (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3924 Theft of property-lost/mislaid (firearm) F-2 8 2
3924 Theft of property-lost/mislaid (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3924 Theft of property-lost/mislaid ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3924* Theft of property-lost/mislaid (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3924* Theft of property-lost/mislaid (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3924 Theft of property-lost/mislaid (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 3 m
3924 Theft of property-lost/mislaid ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 3 m
3924 Theft of property-lost/mislaid ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3924 Theft of property-lost/mislaid (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3925(a) Theft by receiving stolen property (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3925(a) Theft by receiving stolen property (disaster) F-2 8 2
3925(a) Theft by receiving stolen property (firearm/receiver in business) F-1 9 3
3925(a) Theft by receiving stolen property (firearm/receiver not in business) F-2 8 2
3925(a) Theft of receiving stolen property
(=›$500,000)
F-1 8 3
3925(a) Theft by receiving stolen property ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3925* Theft of receiving stolen property (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3925(a)* Theft by receiving stolen property (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3925(a) Theft by receiving stolen property (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 3 m
3925(a) Theft by receiving stolen property ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 3 m
3925(a) Theft by receiving stolen property ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3925(a) Theft by receiving stolen property (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3926(a)(1) Theft of services-obtain service (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3926(a)(1) Theft of services-obtain service (firearm) F-2 8 2
3926(a)(1) Theft of services-obtain service (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3926(a)(1) Theft of services-obtain service ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3926(a)(1)* Theft of services-obtain service (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3926(a)(1)* Theft of services-obtain service (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3926(a)(1) Theft of services-obtain service (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 3 m
3926(a)(1) Theft of services-obtain service ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 3 m
3926(a)(1) Theft of services-obtain service ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3926(a)(1) Theft of services-obtain service (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3926(a)(1.1) Theft of services-obtain telecommunications (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3926(a)(1.1) Theft of services-obtain telecommunications (firearm) F-2 8 2
3926(a)(1.1) Theft of services-obtain telecommunications (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3926(a)(1.1) Theft of services-obtain telecommunications ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3926(a)(1.1)* Theft of services-obtain telecommunications (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3926(a)(1.1)* Theft of services-obtain telecommunications (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3926(a)(1.1) Theft of services-obtain telecommunications (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 3 m
3926(a)(1.1) Theft of services-obtain telecommunications ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 3 m
3926(a)(1.1) Theft of services-obtain telecommunications ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3926(a)(1.1) Theft of services-obtain telecommunications (‹$50/no threat) M-2 2 m
3926(b) Theft of services-divert service (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3926(b) Theft of services-divert service (firearm) F-2 8 2
3926(b) Theft of services-divert service (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3926(b) Theft of services-divert service ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3926(b)* Theft of services-divert service (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3926(b)* Theft of services-divert service (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3926(b) Theft of services-divert service (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 3 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3926(b) Theft of services-divert service ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 3 m
3926(b) Theft of services-divert service ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3926(b) Theft of services-divert service (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3926(e) Theft of services-transfer device/plan M-3 1 m
3927(a) Theft by failure-req. disposition funds (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3927(a) Theft by failure-req. disposition funds (firearm) F-2 8 2
3927(a) Theft by failure-req. disposition funds (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3927(a) Theft by failure-req. disposition funds ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3927(a)* Theft by failure-req. disposition funds (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3927(a)* Theft by failure-req. disposition funds (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3927(a) Theft by failure-req. disposition funds (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 3 m
3927(a) Theft by failure-req. disposition funds ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 3 m
3927(a) Theft by failure-req. disposition funds ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3927(a) Theft by failure-req. disposition funds (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3928(a) Unauthorized use of auto M-2 2 m
3928(a) Unauthorized use of auto (disaster) F-2 8 2
3929(a)(1) Retail theft-take merchandise (›$1,000/or firearm/motor vehicle) F-3 5 1
3929(a)(1) Retail theft-take merchandise (1st/2nd off & ›=$150) M-1 2 m
3929(a)(1) Retail theft-take merchandise (2nd off & ‹$150) M-2 2 m
3929(a)(1) Retail theft-take merchandise (3rd/subsq off) F-3 3 1
3929(a)(1) Retail theft-take merchandise (disaster) F-2 8 2
3929(a)(2) Retail theft-alter price (›$1,000/or firearm/motor vehicle) F-3 5 1
3929(a)(2) Retail theft-alter price (1st/2nd off & ›=$150) M-1 2 m
3929(a)(2) Retail theft-alter price (2nd off & ‹$150) M-2 2 m
3929(a)(2) Retail theft-alter price (3rd/subsq off) F-3 3 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3929(a)(2) Retail theft-alter price (disaster) F-2 8 2
3929(a)(3) Retail theft-transfer container (›$1,000/or firearm/motor vehicle) F-3 5 1
3929(a)(3) Retail theft-transfer container (1st/2nd off & ›=$150) M-1 2 m
3929(a)(3) Retail theft-transfer container (2nd off & ‹$150) M-2 2 m
3929(a)(3) Retail theft-transfer container (3rd/subsq off) F-3 3 1
3929(a)(3) Retail theft-transfer container (disaster) F-2 8 2
3929(a)(4) Retail theft-under-rings (›$1,000/or firearm/
motor vehicle)
F-3 5 1
3929(a)(4) Retail theft-under-rings (1st/2nd off & ›=$150) M-1 2 m
3929(a)(4) Retail theft-under-rings (2nd off & ‹$150) M-2 2 m
3929(a)(4) Retail theft-under-rings (3rd/subsq off) F-3 3 1
3929(a)(4) Retail theft-under-rings (disaster) F-2 8 2
3929(a)(5) Retail theft-tamper w/ inventory tag (›$1,000/or firearm/motor vehicle) F-3 5 1
3929(a)(5) Retail theft-tamper w/ inventory tag (1st/2nd off & ›=$150) M-1 2 m
3929(a)(5) Retail theft-tamper w/ inventory tag (2nd off & ‹$150) M-2 2 m
3929(a)(5) Retail theft-tamper w/ inventory tag (3rd/subsq off) F-3 3 1
3929(a)(5) Retail theft-tamper w/ inventory tag (disaster) F-2 8 2
3929.1(a) Library Theft (1st/2nd off & ›=$150) M-1 3 m
3929.1(a) Library Theft (2nd off& ‹$150) M-2 2 m
3929.1(a) Library Theft (3rd/Subsq off) F-3 5 1
3929.2(a) Unlawful possession-retail/library theft instruments M-1 3 m
3929.3(a) Organized retail theft (›=$20,000) F-2 7 2
3929.3(a) Organized retail theft ($5,000-$19,999) F-3 6 1
3930(a)(1) Theft of trade secrets-by force F-2 7 2
3930(a)(2) Theft of trade secrets-willful entry of building F-2 7 2
3930(a)(3) Theft of trade secrets-willful access of computer F-2 7 2
3930(b)(1) Theft of trade secrets-unlawful possession F-3 5 1
3930(b)(2) Theft of trade secrets-unlawful conversion to own use F-3 5 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3931 Theft of unpublished drama, etc. (›$2,000) F-3 5 1
3931 Theft of unpublished drama, etc. (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 3 m
3931 Theft of unpublished drama, etc. ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 3 m
3931 Theft of unpublished drama, etc. ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3931 Theft of unpublished drama, etc. (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3932(a) Theft of leased property (anhydrous ammonia) F-2 8 2
3932(a) Theft of leased property (firearm) F-2 8 2
3932(a) Theft of leased property (=›$500,000) F-1 8 3
3932(a) Theft of leased property ($100,000-‹$500,000) F-2 7 2
3932(a)* Theft of leased property (›$25,000-‹$100,000/or motorized vehicle) F-3 6 1
3932(a)* Theft of leased property (›$2,000-$25,000) F-3 5 1
3932(a) Theft of leased property (‹=$2,000/from indiv./by threat/breach) M-1 3 m
3932(a) Theft of leased property ($200-$2,000/no threat) M-1 3 m
3932(a) Theft of leased property ($50-‹$200/no threat) M-2 2 m
3932(a) Theft of leased property (‹$50/no threat) M-3 1 m
3934(a) Theft from a motor vehicle (3rd/subsq w/in 5 yrs) F-3 6 1
3934(a) Theft from a motor vehicle (›$200) M-1 3 m
3934(a) Theft from a motor vehicle (›=$50-‹$200) M-2 2 m
3934(a) Theft from a motor vehicle (‹$50) M-3 1 m
4101(a)(1) Forgery-altered writing (money/stocks/govt docs/etc.) F-2 4 2
4101(a)(1) Forgery-altered writing (will//deed/other legal doc) F-3 3 1
4101(a)(1) Forgery-altered writing (other) M-1 3 m
4101(a)(2) Forgery-unauthorized writing (money/stocks/govt docs/etc.) F-2 4 2
4101(a)(2) Forgery-unauthorized writing (will//deed/other legal doc) F-3 3 1
4101(a)(2) Forgery-unauthorized writing (other) M-1 3 m
4101(a)(3) Forgery-utter forged writing (money/stocks/govt docs/etc.) F-2 4 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4101(a)(3) Forgery-utter forged writing (will//deed/other legal doc) F-3 3 1
4101(a)(3) Forgery-utter forged writing (other) M-1 3 m
4102 Simulating objects of antiquity M-1 3 m
4103 Fraudulent destruction of recordable instruments F-3 5 1
4104(a) Tampering w/ records or identification M-1 3 m
4105(a)(1) Bad checks-issues/passes check (=›$75,000) F-3 5 1
4105(a)(1) Bad checks-issues/passes check ($1,000-‹$75,000) M-1 3 m
4105(a)(1) Bad checks—issues/passes check ($500-‹$1,000) M-2 2 m
4105(a)(1) Bad checks-issues/passes check ($200-‹$500) M-3 1 m
4105(a)(1) Bad checks—issues/passes check (3rd/subsq off & ‹$75,000) M-1 3 m
4105(a)(2) Bad checks-issues/passes check in Commonwealth (=›$75,000) F-3 5 1
4105(a)(2) Bad checks-issues/passes check in Commonwealth ($1,000-‹$75,000) M-1 3 m
4105(a)(2) Bad checks-issues/passes check in Commonwealth ($500-‹$1,000) M-2 2 m
4105(a)(2) Bad checks-issues/passes check in Commonwealth ($200-‹$500) M-3 1 m
4105(a)(2) Bad checks-issues/passes check in Commonwealth (3rd/subsq off & ‹$75,000) M-1 3 m
4106(a)(1)(i) Access device fraud-altered/counterfeit device (›=$500) F-3 5 1
4106(a)(1)(i) Access device fraud-altered/counterfeit device ($50-‹$500) M-1 4 m
4106(a)(1)(i) Access device fraud-altered/counterfeit device (‹$50) M-2 3 m
4106(a)(1)(ii) Access device fraud-unauthorized use of device (›$500) F-3 5 1
4106(a)(1)(ii) Access device fraud-unauthorized use of device ($50-‹$500) M-1 4 m
4106(a)(1)(ii) Access device fraud-unauthorized use of device (‹$50) M-2 3 m
4106(a)(1)(iii) Access device fraud-device revoked/cancelled (›=$500) F-3 5 1
4106(a)(1)(iii) Access device fraud-device revoked/cancelled ($50-‹$500) M-1 4 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4106(a)(1)(iii) Access device fraud-device revoked/cancelled (‹$50) M-2 3 m
4106(a)(1)(iv) Access device fraud-other (›=$500) F-3 5 1
4106(a)(1)(iv) Access device fraud-other ($50-‹$500) M-1 4 m
4106(a)(1)(iv) Access device fraud-other (‹$50) M-2 3 m
4106(a)(2)Access device fraud-publishes/makes/sells illegal device F-3 5 1
4106(a)(3) Access device fraud-knowingly possesses illegal device M-3 2 m
4106.1(a)(1) Unlawful device-making equipment (produces/traffics) F-3 6 1
4106.1(a)(2) Unlawful device-making equipment (possesses) M-1 4 m
4107(a)(1) Deceptive business practices-false weight/
measure (›$2,000)
F-3 5 1
4107(a)(1) Deceptive business practices-false weight/
measure ($200-$2,000)
M-1 3 m
4107(a)(1) Deceptive business practices-false weight/
measure (‹$200/amt unk)
M-2 2 m
4107(a)(1) Deceptive business practices-false weight/
measure (›$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs)
F-2 7 2
4107(a)(1) Deceptive business practices-false weight/
measure ($200-$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs)
F-3 5 1
4107(a)(1) Deceptive business practices-false weight/
measure (‹$200/amt unk & victim ›=60 yrs)
M-1 3 m
4107(a)(2) Deceptive business practices-sells ‹ rep. quantity (›$2,000) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(2) Deceptive business practices-sells ‹ rep. quantity ($200-$2,000) M-1 3 m
4107(a)(2) Deceptive business practices-sells ‹ rep. quantity (‹$200/amt unk) M-2 2 m
4107(a)(2) Deceptive business practices-sells ‹ rep. quantity (›$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-2 7 2
4107(a)(2) Deceptive business practices-sells ‹ rep. quantity ($200-$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(2) Deceptive business practices-sells ‹ rep. quantity (‹$200/amt unk & victim ›=60 yrs) M-1 3 m
4107(a)(3) Deceptive business practices-take › rep. quantity (›$2,000) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(3) Deceptive business practices-take › rep. quantity ($200-$2,000) M-1 3 m
4107(a)(3) Deceptive business practices-take › rep. quantity (‹$200/amt unk) M-2 2 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4107(a)(3) Deceptive business practices-take › rep. quantity (›$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-2 7 2
4107(a)(3) Deceptive business practices-take › rep. quantity ($200-$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(3) Deceptive business practices-take › rep. quantity (‹$200/amt unk & victim ›=60 yrs) M-1 3 m
4107(a)(4) Deceptive business practices-sell adulterated goods (›$2,000) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(4) Deceptive business practices-sell adulterated goods ($200-$2,000) M-1 3 m
4107(a)(4) Deceptive business practices-sell adulterated goods (‹$200/amt unk) M-2 2 m
4107(a)(4) Deceptive business practices-sell adulterated goods (›$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-2 7 2
4107(a)(4) Deceptive business practices-sell adulterated goods ($200-$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(4) Deceptive business practices-sell adulterated goods (‹$200/amt unk & victim ›=60 yrs) M-1 3 m
4107(a)(5) Deceptive business practices-false advertisement (›$2,000) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(5) Deceptive business practices-false advertisement ($200-$2,000) M-1 3 m
4107(a)(5) Deceptive business practices-false advertisement (‹$200/amt unk) M-2 2 m
4107(a)(5) Deceptive business practices-false advertisement (›$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-2 7 2
4107(a)(5) Deceptive business practices-false advertisement ($200-$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(5) Deceptive business practices-false advertise-
ment (‹$200/amt unk & victim ›=60 yrs)
M-1 3 m
4107(a)(6) Deceptive business practices-false statement to obtain credit (›$2,000) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(6) Deceptive business practices-false statement to obtain credit ($200-$2,000) M-1 3 m
4107(a)(6) Deceptive business practices-false statement to obtain credit (‹$200/amt unk) M-2 2 m
4107(a)(6) Deceptive business practices-false statement to obtain credit (›$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-2 7 2
4107(a)(6) Deceptive business practices-false statement to obtain credit ($200-$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(6) Deceptive business practices-false statement to obtain credit (‹$200/amt unk & victim ›=60 yrs) M-1 3 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4107(a)(7) Deceptive business practices-false statement to sell securities (›$2,000) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(7) Deceptive business practices-false statement to sell securities ($200-$2,000) M-1 3 m
4107(a)(7) Deceptive business practices-false statement to sell securities (‹$200/amt unk) M-2 2 m
4107(a)(7) Deceptive business practices-false statement to sell securities (›$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-2 7 2
4107(a)(7) Deceptive business practices-false statement to sell securities ($200-$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(7) Deceptive business practices-false statement to sell securities (‹$200/amt unk & victim ›=60 yrs) M-1 3 m
4107(a)(8) Deceptive business practices-false statement to investor (›$2,000) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(8) Deceptive business practices-false statement to investor ($200-$2,000) M-1 3 m
4107(a)(8) Deceptive business practices-false statement to investor (‹$200/amt unk) M-2 2 m
4107(a)(8) Deceptive business practices-false statement to investor (›$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-2 7 2
4107(a)(8) Deceptive business practices-false statement to investor ($200-$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(8) Deceptive business practices-false statement to investor (‹$200/amt unk & victim ›=60 yrs) M-1 3 m
4107(a)(9) Deceptive business practices-false statement via phone (›$2,000) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(9) Deceptive business practices-false statement via phone ($200-$2,000) M-1 3 m
4107(a)(9) Deceptive business practices-false statement via phone (‹$200/amt unk) M-2 2 m
4107(a)(9) Deceptive business practices-false statement via phone (›$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-2 7 2
4107(a)(9) Deceptive business practices-false statement via phone ($200-$2,000 & victim ›=60 yrs) F-3 5 1
4107(a)(9) Deceptive business practices-false statement via phone (‹$200/amt unk & victim ›=60 yrs) M-1 3 m
4107.1(a) Deception relating to kosher food products M-3 1 m
4107.2(a)(1) Deception minority/women’s business-fraud to obtain certif. F-3 4 1
4107.2(a)(2) Deception minority/women’s business-false statement to deny certif. F-3 4 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4107.2(a)(3) Deception minority/women’s business-obstruct investigation for certif. F-3 4 1
4107.2(a)(4) Deception minority/women’s business-fraudulent obtain public money F-3 4 1
4108(a) Commercial bribery/breach of duty-corrupt employee/agent/fiduciary M-2 2 m
4108(b) Commercial bribery/breach of duty-corrupt disinterested person M-2 2 m
4108(c) Commercial bribery/breach of duty-solicitation M-2 2 m
4109(a)(1) Rigging publicly exhibited contest-confer benefit/threaten injury M-1 3 m
4109(a)(2) Rigging publicly exhibited contest-tamper
w/ person/animal/thing
M-1 3 m
4109(b) Rigging publicly exhibited contest-solicit/accept benefit for rigging M-1 3 m
4109(c) Rigging publicly exhibited contest-participate in rigged contest M-1 3 m
4110 Defrauding secured creditors M-2 2 m
4111 Fraud in Insolvency M-2 2 m
4111(1) Fraud in insolvency-destroys/etc. property to obstruct creditor claim M-2 2 m
4111(2) Fraud in insolvency-falsify writing/record of property M-2 2 m
4111(3) Fraud in insolvency-knowingly misrepresent/refuse to disclose property M-2 2 m
4112 Receiving deposits in failing financial institution M-2 2 m
4113(a) Misapplication of entrusted property (›$50) M-2 2 m
4113(a) Misapplication of entrusted property (‹=$50) M-3 1 m
4114 Securing execution of documents by deception M-2 2 m
4115 Falsely impersonating persons privately employed M-2 2 m
4116(b)(1) Copying; recording devices-knowingly transfer sounds for profit (100+ motion pict./1000+ recordings) F-3 5 1
4116(b)(1) Copying; recording devices-knowingly transfer sounds for profit (100+ motion pict./1000+ recordings and 2nd/subsq off) F-2 7 2
4116(b)(1) Copying; recording devices-knowingly transfer sounds for profit (any other 1st off) M-1 3 m
4116(b)(1) Copying; recording devices-knowingly transfer sounds for profit (any other 2nd/subsq off) F-3 5 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4116(b)(2) Copying; recording devices-manufacture/etc. w/ knowledge of transfer (100+ motion pict./1000+ recordings) F-3 5 1
4116(b)(2) Copying; recording devices-manufacture/etc. w/ knowledge of transfer (100+ motion pict./1000+ recordings and 2nd/subsq off) F-2 7 2
4116(b)(2) Copying; recording devices-manufacture/etc. w/ knowledge of transfer (any other 1st off) M-1 3 m
4116(b)(2) Copying; recording devices-manufacture/etc. w/ knowledge of transfer (any other 2nd/subsq off) F-3 5 1
4116(d) Copying; recording devices-sell/rent illegal recording device (100+ motion pict./1000+ recordings) F-3 5 1
4116(d) Copying; recording devices-sell/rent illegal recording device (100+ motion pict./1000+ recordings and 2nd/subsq off) F-2 7 2
4116(d) Copying; recording devices-sell/rent illegal recording device (any other 1st off) M-1 3 m
4116(d) Copying; recording devices-sell/rent illegal recording device (any other 2nd/subsq off) F-3 5 1
4116(d.1)(1) Copying; recording devices-sell/rent live recording w/o owner consent (100+ motion pict./1000+ recordings) F-3 5 1
4116(d.1)(1) Copying; recording devices-sell/rent live recording w/o owner consent (100+ motion pict./1000+ recordings and 2nd/subsq off) F-2 7 2
4116(d.1)(1) Copying; recording devices-sell/rent live recording w/o owner consent (any other 1st off) M-1 3 m
4116(d.1)(1) Copying; recording devices-sell/rent live recording w/o owner consent (any other 2nd/subsq off) F-3 5 1
4116(e) Copying; recording devices-mfr. name on packaging (100+ motion pict./1000+ recordings) F-3 5 1
4116(e) Copying; recording devices-mfr. name on packaging (100+ motion pict./1000+ recordings & 2nd/subsq off) F-2 7 2
4116(e) Copying; recording devices-mfr. name on packaging (any other 1st off) M-1 3 m
4116(e) Copying; recording devices-mfr. name on packaging (any other 2nd/subsq off) F-3 5 1
4116.1(a) Unlawful use of recording device in movie theater (1st off) M-1 3 m
4116.1(a) Unlawful use of recording device in movie theater (2nd/subsq off) F-3 4 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4117(a)(1) Insurance fraud-false document to gvt. agency for ins. rate F-3 4 1
4117(a)(2) Insurance fraud-false insurance claim F-3 4 1
4117(a)(3) Insurance fraud-assist/conspire/etc. in false insurance claim F-3 4 1
4117(a)(4) Insurance fraud-unlicensed agent activity F-3 4 1
4117(a)(5) Insurance fraud-knowingly benefits from proceeds F-3 4 1
4117(a)(6) Insurance fraud-health care facility allows insurance fraud F-3 4 1
4117(a)(7) Insurance fraud-borrows/uses another’s ins. ID w/ intent to defraud F-3 4 1
4117(a)(8) Insurance fraud-direct/indirect solicitation for pecuniary gain F-3 4 1
4117(b)(1) Insurance fraud-unlawful compensation by attorney M-1 3 m
4117(b)(2) Insurance fraud-unlawful compensation by provider M-1 3 m
4117(b)(3) Insurance fraud-unlawful compensation for patient referral M-1 3 m
4117(b)(4) Insurance fraud-false insurance application M-1 3 m
4118 Washing vehicle titles F-3 4 1
4119(a)(1) Trademark counterfeiting-mfr. M-1 3 m
4119(a)(1) Trademark counterfeiting-mfr. (prev conv/›100 items-‹1000 items/›$2,000-‹$10,000 value) F-3 5 1
4119(a)(1) Trademark counterfeiting-mfr. (2+ prev conv/mfr. of items/›=1000 items/›$10,000 value) F-2 7 2
4119(a)(2) Trademark counterfeiting-sells M-1 3 m
4119(a)(2) Trademark counterfeiting-sells (prev conv/›100 items-‹1000 items/›$2,000-‹$10,000 value) F-3 5 1
4119(a)(2) Trademark counterfeiting-sells (2+ prev conv/mfr. of items/›=1000 items/›$10,000 value) F-2 7 2
4119(a)(3) Trademark counterfeiting-offers for sale M-1 3 m
4119(a)(3) Trademark counterfeiting-offers for sale (prev conv/›100 items-‹1000 items/›$2,000-‹$10,000 value) F-3 5 1
4119(a)(3) Trademark counterfeiting-offers for sale (2+ prev conv/mfr. of items/›=1000 items/›$10,000 value) F-2 7 2
4119(a)(4) Trademark counterfeiting-displays M-1 3 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4119(a)(4) Trademark counterfeiting-displays (prev conv/›100 items-‹1000 items/›$2,000-‹$10,000 value) F-3 5 1
4119(a)(4) Trademark counterfeiting-displays (2+ prev conv/mfr. of items/›=1000 items/›$10,000 value) F-2 7 2
4119(a)(5) Trademark counterfeiting-advertises M-1 3 m
4119(a)(5) Trademark counterfeiting-advertises (prev conv/›100 items-‹1000 items/›$2,000-‹$10,000 value) F-3 5 1
4119(a)(5) Trademark counterfeiting-advertises (2+ prev conv/mfr. of items/›=1000 items/›$10,000 value) F-2 7 2
4119(a)(6) Trademark counterfeiting-distributes M-1 3 m
4119(a)(6) Trademark counterfeiting-distributes (prev conv/›100 items-‹1000 items/›$2,000-‹$10,000 value) F-3 5 1
4119(a)(6) Trademark counterfeiting-distributes (2+ prev conv/mfr. of items/›=1000 items/›$10,000 value) F-2 7 2
4119(a)(7) Trademark counterfeiting-transports M-1 3 m
4119(a)(7) Trademark counterfeiting-transports (prev conv/›100 items-‹1000 items/›$2,000-‹$10,000 value) F-3 5 1
4119(a)(7) Trademark counterfeiting-transports (2+ prev conv/mfr. of items/›=1000 items/›$10,000 value) F-2 7 2
4120(a) Identity theft (›=$2,000) F-3 5 1
4120(a) Identity theft (‹$2,000) M-1 3 m
4120(a) Identity theft (3rd/subsq off) F-2 7 2
4120(a) Identity theft (furtherance of conspiracy) F-3 5 1
4120(a) Identity theft (›=$2,000 and victim ›=60 yrs/care-dependent) F-2 7 2
4120(a) Identity theft (‹$2,000 and victim ›=60 yrs/care-dependent) F-3 5 1
4120(a) Identity theft (3rd/subsq off and victim ›=60 yrs/
care-dependent)
F-1 8 3
4120(a) Identity theft (furtherance of conspiracy and victim ›=60 yrs/care-dependent) F-2 7 2
4120(a)Identity theft (‹$2,000 and victim ‹18 yrs)F-351
4120(a)Identity theft (›=$2,000 and victim ‹18 yrs)F-272

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4120(a)Identity theft (3rd/subsq off and victim ‹18 yrs)F-183
4120(a)Identity theft (furtherance of conspiracy and victim ‹18 yrs)F-272
4301(a) Bigamy (by married person) M-2 3 m
4301(b) Bigamy (knowing other person committing bigamy) M-2 3 m
4302(a) Incest (victim ›18 yrs.) F-2 9 4
4302(b)(1) Incest-of a minor (victim ‹13 yrs.) F-2 9 4
4302(b)(2) Incest-of a minor (victim 13-18 yrs. and offender at least 4 yrs. older) F-2 9 4
4303(a) Concealing death of child M-1 3 m
4304(a)(1) Endangering welfare of children-violate duty of care M-1 5 1
4304(a)(1) Endangering welfare of children-violate duty of care (course of conduct) F-3 6 1
4304(a)(2) Endangering welfare of children-official prevents/interferes w/ reporting M-1 5 1
4304(a)(2) Endangering welfare of children-official prevents/interferes w/ reporting (course of conduct) F-3 6 1
4305 Dealing in infant children M-1 4 1
4701(a)(1) Bribery in official & political matters-pecuniary benefit as public servant F-3 5 1
4701(a)(2) Bribery in official & political matters-benefit for judicial/admin./legis. proceedings F-3 5 1
4701(a)(3) Bribery in official & political matters-benefit for legal duty as public servant F-3 5 1
4702(a)(1) Threats-to influence decision as public servant M-2 2 m
4702(a)(1) Threats-to influence decision as public servant (threat to commit crime) F-3 5 1
4702(a)(2) Threats-to influence decision in judicial/admin. proceedings M-2 2 m
4702(a)(2) Threats-to influence decision in judicial/admin. proceedings (threat to commit crime) F-3 5 1
4702(a)(3) Threats-harm for legal duty as public servant M-2 2 m
4702(a)(3) Threats-harm for legal duty as public servant (threat to commit crime) F-3 5 1
4703 Retaliation for past official action M-2 2 m
4902(a) Perjury F-3 5 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4903(a)(1) False swearing in official matters-in official proceeding M-2 2 m
4903(a)(2) False swearing in official matters-to mislead public servant M-2 2 m
4903(b) False swearing-statement required to be sworn M-3 1 m
4904(a)(1) Unsworn falsification to authorities-written statement M-2 2 m
4904(a)(2) Unsworn falsification to authorities-relies on false writing M-2 2 m
4904(a)(3) Unsworn falsification to authorities-relies on false specimen/map/boundary, etc. M-2 2 m
4904(b) Unsworn falsification to authorities-statement under penalty M-3 1 m
4905(a) False alarms to agency of public safety M-1 3 m
4905(a) False alarms to agency of public safety (state of emergency) F-3 5 1
4906(a) False reports-falsely incriminate another M-2 2 m
4906(a) False reports-falsely incriminate another (report of theft/loss of firearm) M-1 3 m
4906(a) False reports-falsely incriminate another (state of emergency) M-1 3 m
4906(b)(1) False reports-fictitious report to law enforcement M-3 1 m
4906(b)(1) False reports-fictitious report to law enforcement (report of theft/loss of firearm) M-2 2 m
4906(b)(1) False reports-fictitious report to law enforcement (state of emergency) M-2 2 m
4906(b)(2) False Reports-fictitious report of information M-3 1 m
4906(b)(2) False Reports-fictitious report of information (report of theft/loss of firearm) M-2 2 m
4906(b)(2) False Reports-fictitious report of information (state of emergency) M-2 2 m
4906.1False reports of child abuseM-22m
4909 Witness or informant taking bribe F-3 5 1
4910(1) Tampering w/ physical evidence-intent to impair availability M-2 2 m
4910(2) Tampering w/ physical evidence-false record etc. M-2 2 m
4911(a)(1) Tampering w/ public records-false entry/govt. doc M-2 2 m
4911(a)(1) Tampering w/ public records-false entry/govt. doc. (to defraud) F-3 4 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4911(a)(2) Tampering w/ public records-presenting false document M-2 2 m
4911(a)(2) Tampering w/ public records-presenting false document (to defraud) F-3 4 1
4911(a)(3) Tampering w/ public records-intent to impair doc. availability M-2 2 m
4911(a)(3) Tampering w/ public records-intent to impair doc. availability (to defraud) F-3 4 1
4912 Impersonating a public servant M-2 2 m
4913(a) Impersonating a notary public M-2 2 m
4913(a) Impersonating a notary public (intent to harm/
defraud)
M-1 3 m
4914(a) False identification to law enforcement authorities M-3 1 m
4915.1(a)(1) Fail to register with PSP-15 yr. registration (1st off) F-3 6 1
4915.1(a)(1) Fail to register with PSP-15 yr. registration (2nd/subsq off) F-2 8 2
4915.1(a)(1) Fail to register with PSP-25 yr. registration (1st off) F-2 8 2
4915.1(a)(1) Fail to register with PSP-25 yr. registration (2nd/subsq off) F-1 10 3
4915.1(a)(1) Fail to register with PSP-lifetime registration (1st off) F-2 8 2
4915.1(a)(1) Fail to register with PSP-lifetime registration (2nd/subsq off) F-1 10 3
4915.1(a)(2) Fail to verify address/be photo’d-15 yr. registration (1st off) F-3 6 1
4915.1(a)(2) Fail to verify address/be photo’d-15 yr. registration (2nd/subsq off) F-2 8 2
4915.1(a)(2) Fail to verify address/be photo’d-25 yr. registration (1st off) F-2 8 2
4915.1(a)(2) Fail to verify address/be photo’d-25 yr. registration (2nd/subsq off) F-1 10 3
4915.1(a)(2) Fail to verify address/be photo’d-lifetime registration (1st off) F-2 8 2
4915.1(a)(2) Fail to verify address/be photo’d-lifetime registration (2nd/subsq off) F-1 10 3
4915.1(a)(3) Fail to provide accurate information-15 yr. registration F-2 8 2
4915.1(a)(3) Fail to provide accurate information-25 yr. registration F-1 10 3

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4915.1(a)(3) Fail to provide accurate information-lifetime registration F-1 10 3
4915.1(a.1)(1) Fail to register with PSP: transient-15 yr. registration (1st off) F-3 6 1
4915.1(a.1)(1) Fail to register with PSP: transient-15 yr. registration (2nd/subsq off) F-2 8 2
4915.1(a.1)(1) Fail to register with PSP: transient-25 yr. registration (1st off) F-2 8 2
4915.1(a.1)(1) Fail to register with PSP: transient-25 yr. registration (2nd/subsq off) F-1 10 3
4915.1(a.1)(1) Fail to register with PSP: transient-lifetime registration (1st off) F-2 8 2
4915.1(a.1)(1) Fail to register with PSP: transient-lifetime registration (2nd/subsq off) F-1 10 3
4915.1(a.1)(2) Fail to verify address/be photo’d: transient-15 yr. registration (1st off) F-3 6 1
4915.1(a.1)(2) Fail to verify address/be photo’d: transient-15 yr. registration (2nd/subsq off) F-2 8 2
4915.1(a.1)(2) Fail to verify address/be photo’d: transient-25 yr. registration (1st off) F-2 8 2
4915.1(a.1)(2) Fail to verify address/be photo’d: transient-25 yr. registration (2nd/subsq off) F-1 10 3
4915.1(a.1)(2) Fail to verify address/be photo’d: transient-
lifetime registration (1st off)
F-2 8 2
4915.1(a.1)(2) Fail to verify address/be photo’d: transient-
lifetime registration (2nd/subsq off)
F-1 10 3
4915.1(a.1)(3) Fail to provide accurate info.: transient-15 yr. registration F-2 8 2
4915.1(a.1)(3) Fail to provide accurate info.: transient-25 yr. registration F-1 10 3
4915.1(a.1)(3) Fail to provide accurate info.: transient-lifetime registration F-1 10 3
4915.1(a.2)(1) Fail to comply w/ SVP outpatient review/counseling M-1 5 m
4915.1(a.2)(2) Fail to comply w/ counseling req. from other jurisdiction M-1 5 m
4952(a)(1) Intimidation of witness/victim-refrain from reporting (listed factor & F-1/Murder 1 or 2) F-1 11 4
4952(a)(1) Intimidation of witness/victim-refrain from reporting (listed factor & F-2) F-2 9 2
4952(a)(1) Intimidation of witness/victim-refrain from reporting (listed factor) F-3 7 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4952(a)(1) Intimidation of witness/victim-refrain from reporting (general) M-2 5 m
4952(a)(2) Intimidation of witness/victim-false/misleading info. (listed factor & F-1/Murder 1 or 2) F-1 11 4
4952(a)(2) Intimidation of witness/victim-false/misleading info. (listed factor & F-2) F-2 9 2
4952(a)(2) Intimidation of witness/victim-false/misleading info. (listed factor) F-3 7 1
4952(a)(2) Intimidation of witness/victim-false/misleading info. (general) M-2 5 m
4952(a)(3) Intimidation of witness/victim-Withhold Information, (listed factor & F-1/Murder 1 or 2) F-1 11 4
4952(a)(3) Intimidation of witness/victim-withhold info. (listed factor & F-2) F-2 9 2
4952(a)(3) Intimidation of witness/victim-withhold info. (listed factor) F-3 7 1
4952(a)(3) Intimidation of witness/victim-withhold info. (general) M-2 5 m
4952(a)(4) Intimidation of witness/victim-false info/refuse testimony (listed factor & F-1/Murder 1 or 2) F-1 11 4
4952(a)(4) Intimidation of witness/victim-false info/refuse testimony (listed factor & F-2) F-2 9 2
4952(a)(4) Intimidation of witness/victim-false info/refuse testimony (listed factor) F-3 7 1
4952(a)(4) Intimidation of witness/victim-false info/refuse testimony (general) M-2 5 m
4952(a)(5) Intimidation of witness/victim-evade/ignore summons (listed factor & F-1/Murder 1 or 2) F-1 11 4
4952(a)(5) Intimidation of witness/victim-evade/ignore summons (listed factor & F-2) F-2 9 2
4952(a)(5) Intimidation of witness/victim-evade/ignore summons (listed factor) F-3 7 1
4952(a)(5) Intimidation of witness/victim-evade/ignore summons (general) M-2 5 m
4952(a)(6) Intimidation of witness/victim-absent from proceeding, (listed factor & F-1/Murder 1 or 2) F-1 11 4
4952(a)(6) Intimidation of witness/victim-absent from proceeding (listed factor & F-2) F-2 9 2
4952(a)(6) Intimidation of witness/victim-absent from proceeding (listed factor) F-3 7 1
4952(a)(6) Intimidation of witness/victim-absent from proceeding (general) M-2 5 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4953(a) Retaliation against witness/victim-listed factor F-3 8 1
4953(a) Retaliation against witness/victim-general M-2 5 m
4953.1(a) Retaliation against prosecutor/judicial official-listed factor F-2 9 2
4953.1(a) Retaliation against prosecutor/judicial official-
general
M-1 6 m
4958(a)(1) Intimidation child abuse case-knowledge/
intent to impede, etc.
M-2 5 m
4958(a)(1) Intimidation child abuse case-knowledge/
intent to impede, etc. (force, etc.)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(1) Intimidation child abuse case-knowledge/
intent to impede, etc. (benefit)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(1) Intimidation child abuse case-knowledge/
intent to impede, etc. (furtherance consp)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(1) Intimidation child abuse case-knowledge/
intent to impede, etc. (other person)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(1) Intimidation child abuse case-knowledge/
intent to impede, etc. (prior conv)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(i) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt refrain from/cause not report
M-2 5 m
4958(a)(2)(i) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt refrain from/cause not report (force, etc.)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(i) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt refrain from/cause not report (benefit)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(i) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt refrain from/cause not report (furtherance consp)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(i) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt refrain from/cause not report (other person)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(i) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt refrain from/cause not report (prior conv)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(ii) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt withhold information
M-2 5 m
4958(a)(2)(ii) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt withhold information (force, etc.)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(ii) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt withhold information (benefit)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(ii) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt withhold information (furtherance consp)
F-2 7 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4958(a)(2)(ii) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt withhold information (other person)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(ii) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt withhold information (prior conv)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(iii) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt false/misleading information
M-2 5 m
4958(a)(2)(iii) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt false/misleading information (force, etc.)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(iii) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt false/misleading information (benefit)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(iii) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt false/misleading information (furtherance consp)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(iii) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt false/misleading information (other person)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(iii) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt false/misleading information (prior conv)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(iv) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt evade etc. request/legal process
M-2 5 m
4958(a)(2)(iv) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt evade etc. request/legal process (force)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(iv) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt evade etc. request/legal process (benefit)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(iv) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt evade etc. request/legal process (furtherance consp)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(iv) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt evade etc. request/legal process (other person)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(iv) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt evade etc. request/legal process (prior conv)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(v) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt fail appear/participate legal process
M-2 5 m
4958(a)(2)(v) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt fail appear/participate legal process (force)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(v) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt fail appear/participate legal process (benefit)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(v) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt fail appear/participate legal process (furtherance consp)
F-2 7 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4958(a)(2)(v) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt fail appear/participate legal process (other person)
F-2 7 2
4958(a)(2)(v) Intimidation child abuse cases-intimidate/
attempt fail appear/participate legal process (prior conv)
F-2 7 2
4958(b) Retaliation child abuse cases M-2 5 m
4958(b) Retaliation child abuse cases (force) F-2 8 2
4958(b) Retaliation child abuse cases (benefit) F-2 8 2
4958(b) Retaliation child abuse cases (furtherance consp) F-2 8 2
4958(b) Retaliation child abuse cases (other person) F-2 8 2
4958(b) Retaliation child abuse cases (prior conv) F-2 8 2
4958(b.1) Obstruction child abuse cases M-2 5 m
4958(b.1) Obstruction child abuse cases (force) F-2 7 2
4958(b.1) Obstruction child abuse cases (benefit) F-2 7 2
4958(b.1) Obstruction child abuse cases (furtherance consp) F-2 7 2
4958(b.1) Obstruction child abuse cases (other person) F-2 7 2
4958(b.1) Obstruction child abuse cases (prior conv) F-2 7 2
5101 Obstructing admin. of law/other govt. function M-2 3 m
5102(a) Obstructing/impeding justice by picketing M-2 2 m
5103 Unlawfully listening into deliberations of jury M-3 1 m
5104 Resisting arrest, etc. M-2 2 m
5104.1(a) Disarming law enforcement officer F-3 5 1
5105(a)(1) Hindering apprehension-harbors/conceals M-2 2 m
5105(a)(1) Hindering apprehension-harbors/conceals (charge is F1/F2) F-3 4 1
5105(a)(2) Hindering apprehension-provides aid to avoid apprehension M-2 2 m
5105(a)(2) Hindering apprehension-provides aid to avoid apprehension (charge is F1/F2) F-3 4 1
5105(a)(3) Hindering apprehension-conceal/destroy evidence M-2 2 m
5105(a)(3) Hindering apprehension-conceal/destroy evidence (charge is F1/F2) F-3 4 1
5105(a)(4) Hindering apprehension-warn of apprehension M-2 2 m
5105(a)(4) Hindering apprehension-warn of apprehension (charge is F1/F2) F-3 4 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
5105(a)(5) Hindering apprehension-false info. to law enforcement ofc. M-2 2 m
5105(a)(5) Hindering apprehension-false info. to law enforcement ofc. (charge is F1/F2) F-3 4 1
5107(a) Aiding consummation of crime M-2 2 m
5107(a) Aiding consummation of crime (principal off is F1/F2) F-3 5 1
5108(a) Compounding M-2 2 m
5109 Barratry-vex with unjust/vexatious suits M-3 1 m
5110 Contempt of General Assembly M-3 1 m
5111(a)(1) Dealing in proceeds of unlawful activities-intent to promote act F-1 8 3
5111(a)(2) Dealing in proceeds of unlawful activities-designed to conceal proceeds F-1 8 3
5111(a)(3) Dealing in proceeds of unlawful activities-
avoid transaction report req.
F-1 8 3
5112(a) Obstructing emergency services M-3 1 m
5121(a) Permitting/facilitating escape M-2 3 m
5121(a) Escape M-2 3 m
5121(a)* Escape (from: halfway house, pre-release ctr., treatment ctr., work-release ctr., work-release, or failure to return from an authorized leave/
furlough)
F-3 5 1
5121(a)* Escape (all other specified escapes) F-3 6 1
5121(a)* Permitting/facilitating escape (from: halfway house, pre-release ctr., treatment ctr., work-release ctr., work-release, or failure to return from an authorized leave/furlough) F-3 5 1
5121(a)* Permitting/facilitating escape (all other specified escapes) F-3 6 1
5122(a)(1) Weapons/implements for escape-provide to inmate M-1 8 m
5122(a)(2) Weapons/implements for escape-possession by inmate M-1 4 m
5123(a) Contraband-provide controlled substance to inmate F-2 7 2
5123(a.2) Contraband-possession of controlled substance by inmate F-2 7 2
5123(b) Contraband-provide money to inmate M-3 1 m
5123(c) Contraband-provide other contraband to inmate M-1 3 m
5123(c.1) Contraband-provide telecom. device to inmate M-1 5 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
5123(c.2) Contraband-possession of telecom. device by inmate M-1 3 m
5124(a) Default in required appearance (felony) F-3 4 1
5124(a) Default in required appearance (non-felony) M-2 2 m
5125 Absconding witness M-3 1 m
5126(a) Flight to avoid apprehension (felony) F-3 5 1
5126(a) Flight to avoid apprehension (misd.) M-2 2 m
5131(a)(1) Recruiting criminal gang member-solicit/cause/
attempt cause (recruitee ›=16 yrs)
M-2 2 m
5131(a)(1) Recruiting criminal gang member-solicit/cause/
attempt cause (recruitee ‹16 yrs)
M-1 3 1
5131(a)(2) Recruiting criminal gang member-inflict BI/physical menace/force (recruitee ›=16 yrs) M-1 3 1
5131(a)(2) Recruiting criminal gang member-inflict BI/physical menace/force (recruitee ‹16 yrs) F-3 5 1
5131(a)(3) Recruiting criminal gang member-inflict SBI (recruitee ›=16 yrs) F-3 5 1
5131(a)(3) Recruiting criminal gang member-inflict SBI (recruitee ‹16 yrs) F-2 7 2
5301(1) Official oppression-subjects another to arrest, etc. M-2 2 m
5301(2) Official oppression-denies another enjoyment
of rights
M-2 2 m
5302(1) Speculating/wagering on official action-
acquires pecuniary interest
M-2 2 m
5302(2) Speculating/wagering on official action-speculates on information M-2 2 m
5302(3) Speculating/wagering on official action-aids another M-2 2 m
5501(1) Riot-intent to commit felony/misd. F-3 4 1
5501(2) Riot-intent to prevent/coerce official action F-3 4 1
5501(3) Riot-actor/other plans to use deadly weapon F-3 4 1
5502 Failure to disperse upon official order M-2 2 m
5503(a)(1) Disorderly conduct-frightening/threatening behavior (substantial harm/persist after warning) M-3 1 m
5503(a)(2) Disorderly conduct-unreasonable noise (substantial harm/persist after warning) M-3 1 m
5503(a)(3) Disorderly conduct-obscene language (substantial harm/persist after warning) M-3 1 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
5503(a)(4) Disorderly conduct-hazardous condition (substantial harm/persist after warning) M-3 1 m
5506 Loitering and prowling at night time M-3 1 m
5507(a) Obstructing highway, etc.-after warning M-3 1 m
5508 Disrupting meetings and processions M-3 1 m
5509(a)(1) Desecration of venerated objects-intentional (public monument, etc.) M-2 2 m
5509(a)(2) Desecration of venerated objects-intentional (object of veneration) M-2 2 m
5509(a)(3) Desecration of venerated objects-sell veteran’s marker M-2 2 m
5509(a.1) Desecration of venerated objects-historic burial lots M-1 3 m
5510 Abuse of corpse M-2 3 m
5511(a)(1) Cruelty to animals-own dog that injures service dog M-3 1 m
5511(a)(1)(i) Cruelty to animals-kill/maim domestic animal M-2 3 m
5511(a)(1)(ii) Cruelty to animals-poisons domestic animal M-2 3 m
5511(a)(1)(iii) Cruelty to animals-harasses/injure etc. service/guide dog M-2 3 m
5511(a)(2)(i) Cruelty to animals-kill/maim zoo animal F-3 5 1
5511(a)(2)(ii) Cruelty to animals-poison zoo animal F-3 5 1
5511(a)(2.1)(i)(a) Cruelty to animals-kill/maim dog/cat/service dog (1st off) M-1 3 m
5511(a)(2.1)(i)(a) Cruelty to animals-kill/maim dog/cat/service dog (2nd/subsq off) F-3 5 1
5511(a)(2.1)(i)(b) Cruelty to animals-poison dog/cat (1st off) M-1 3 m
5511(a)(2.1)(i)(b) Cruelty to animals-poison dog/cat (2nd/subsq off) F-3 5 1
5511(c)(1) Cruelty to animals-neglect/mistreat animal in care (2nd/subsq off) M-3 1 m
5511(e.1) Cruelty to animals-transport equines in cruel manner (2nd/subsq off) M-3 1 m
5511(h.1)(1) Cruelty to animals-animal fighting (for amusement/gain) F-3 5 1
5511(h.1)(2) Cruelty to animals-animal fighting (receives compensation) F-3 5 1
5511(h.1)(3) Cruelty to animals-animal fighting (owns fighting animal) F-3 5 1
5511(h.1)(4) Cruelty to animals-animal fighting (encourage/aid/assist) F-3 5 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
5511(h.1)(5) Cruelty to animals-animal fighting (wagers on fight outcome) F-3 5 1
5511(h.1)(6) Cruelty to animals-animal fighting (pays admission) F-3 5 1
5511(h.1)(7) Cruelty to animals-animal fighting (permits use of animal for fight) F-3 5 1
5511.2(a) Police animals-illegal to taunt F-3 5 1
5511.2(b) Police animals-illegal to torture F-3 7 1
5511.3 Assault w/ biological agent on animal/fowl/honey bee F-2 7 2
5512(b)(1) Lotteries-set up unlawful game M-1 3 m
5512(b)(2) Lotteries-manuf./etc. unlawful tickets M-1 3 m
5512(b)(3) Lotteries-publish advertisement M-1 3 m
5513(a)(1) Gambling devices-intentionally makes gambling device M-1 3 m
5513(a)(2) Gambling devices-allows assemble for gambling M-1 3 m
5513(a)(3) Gambling devices-solicits/invites person for gambling M-1 3 m
5513(a)(4) Gambling devices-allows gambling on premises M-1 3 m
5513(a.1)(1) Gambling devices-electronic video monitor: indirect or direct consideration M-1 3 m
5513(a.1)(2) Gambling devices-electronic video monitor: player eligible for prize M-1 3 m
5514(1) Pool selling and bookmaking-engage in M-1 3 m
5514(2) Pool selling and bookmaking-occupy place M-1 3 m
5514(3) Pool selling and bookmaking-receives bet on political outcome M-1 3 m
5514(4) Pool selling and bookmaking-custodian of property wagered (for gain) M-1 3 m
5514(5) Pool selling and bookmaking-knowingly permit premises to be used M-1 3 m
5515(b)(1) Prohibiting of paramilitary training-teaching M-1 3 m
5515(b)(2) Prohibiting of paramilitary training-assembles for training M-1 3 m
5516(a)(1) Facsimile weapons of mass destruction-terrifying/etc. individual F-3 5 1
5516(a)(2)(i) Facsimile weapons of mass destruction-reaction of org. wh/ deals w/ emergency F-3 5 1
5516(a)(2)(ii) Facsimile weapons of mass destruction-reaction of law enforcement agency F-3 5 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
5516(a)(3) Facsimile weapons of mass destruction-serious public inconvenience F-3 5 1
5517(a) Unauthorized school bus entry M-3 1 m
5703 Interception of wire/oral communication F-3 5 1
5703(1) Interception of wire/oral communication-
intentionally intercepts
F-3 5 1
5703(2) Interception of wire/oral communication-discloses contents F-3 5 1
5703(3) Interception of wire/oral communication-use contents F-3 5 1
5705(1) Possess/etc. of interception devices-intentionally possess/etc. F-3 5 1
5705(2) Possess/etc. of interception devices-intentionally sells/etc. F-3 5 1
5705(3) Possess/etc. of interception devices-intentionally manufactures/etc. F-3 5 1
5705(4) Possess/etc. of interception devices-intentionally advertises/etc. F-3 5 1
5719 Unlawful use of order concerning intercepted communications M-2 2 m
5741(a)(1) Unlawf. access stored communications-access w/o authority-for gain (1st off) M-3 1 m
5741(a)(1) Unlawf. access stored communications-access w/o authority-for gain (2nd/subsq off) M-2 2 m
5741(a)(2) Unlawf. access stored communications-exceed authorization-for gain (1st off) M-3 1 m
5741(a)(2) Unlawf. access stored communications-exceed authorization-for gain (2nd/subsq off) M-2 2 m
5771(a) Prohibit pen register & trap/trace device M-3 1 m
5901 Open lewdness M-3 1 m
5902(a)(1) Prostitution-business (1st/2nd off) M-3 1 m
5902(a)(1) Prostitution-business (3rd off) M-2 3 m
5902(a)(1) Prostitution-business (4th/subsq off) M-1 4 m
5902(a)(1) Prostitution-business (HIV positive/AIDS) F-3 7 1
5902(a)(2) Prostitution (1st/2nd off) M-3 1 m
5902(a)(2) Prostitution (3rd off) M-2 3 m
5902(a)(2) Prostitution (4th/subsq off) M-1 4 m
5902(a)(2) Prostitution (HIV positive/AIDS) F-3 7 1
5902(b)(1) Promoting prostitution-own house/business F-3 5 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
5902(b)(2) Promoting prostitution-procure prostitute for house F-3 5 1
5902(b)(3) Promoting prostitution-encourage prostitution F-3 5 1
5902(b)(4) Promoting prostitution-solicit patron M-2 3 m
5902(b)(4) Promoting prostitution-solicit patron (compel) F-3 5 1
5902(b)(4) Promoting prostitution-solicit patron (HIV positive/AIDS) F-3 5 1
5902(b)(4) Promoting prostitution-solicit patron (spouse/child/ward) F-3 5 1
5902(b)(5) Promoting prostitution-procure prostitute M-2 3 m
5902(b)(5) Promoting prostitution-procure prostitute (compel) F-3 5 1
5902(b)(5) Promoting prostitution-procure prostitute
(HIV positive/AIDS)
F-3 5 1
5902(b)(5) Promoting prostitution-procure prostitute (spouse/child/ward) F-3 5 1
5902(b)(6) Promoting prostitution-transport prostitute M-2 3 m
5902(b)(6) Promoting prostitution-transport prostitute (compel) F-3 5 1
5902(b)(6) Promoting prostitution-transport prostitute
(HIV positive/AIDS)
F-3 5 1
5902(b)(6) Promoting prostitution-transport prostitute (spouse/child/ward) F-3 5 1
5902(b)(7) Promoting prostitution-provide place for prostitution M-2 3 m
5902(b)(7) Promoting prostitution-provide place for prostitution (compel) F-3 5 1
5902(b)(7) Promoting prostitution-provide place for prostitution (HIV positive/AIDS) F-3 5 1
5902(b)(7) Promoting prostitution-provide place for prostitution (spouse/child/ward) F-3 5 1
5902(b)(8) Promoting prostitution-receive benefit M-2 3 m
5902(b)(8) Promoting prostitution-receive benefit (compel) F-3 5 1
5902(b)(8) Promoting prostitution-receive benefit
(HIV positive/AIDS)
F-3 5 1
5902(b)(8) Promoting prostitution-receive benefit (spouse/child/ward) F-3 5 1
5902(b.1)(1)* Promoting prostitution of minor-business
(16-‹18 yrs)
F-3 6 1
5902(b.1)(1)* Promoting prostitution of minor-business
(‹16 yrs)
F-3 8 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
5902(b.1)(2)* Promoting prostitution of minor-procure
(16-‹18 yrs)
F-3 6 1
5902(b.1)(2)* Promoting prostitution of minor-procure
(‹16 yrs)
F-3 8 1
5902(b.1)(3)* Promoting prostitution of minor-induce
(16-‹18 yrs)
F-3 6 1
5902(b.1)(3)* Promoting prostitution of minor-induce (‹16 yrs) F-3 8 1
5902(b.1)(4)* Promoting prostitution of minor-solicit minor
to patronize (16-‹18 yrs)
F-3 6 1
5902(b.1)(4)* Promoting prostitution of minor-solicit minor
to patronize (‹16 yrs)
F-3 8 1
5902(b.1)(5)* Promoting prostitution of minor-procure minor prostitute for patron (16-‹18 yrs) F-3 6 1
5902(b.1)(5)* Promoting prostitution of minor-procure minor prostitute for patron (‹16 yrs) F-3 8 1
5902(b.1)(6)* Promoting prostitution of minor-transport
minor for prostitution (16-‹18 yrs)
F-3 6 1
5902(b.1)(6)* Promoting prostitution of minor-transport
minor for prostitution (‹16 yrs)
F-3 8 1
5902(b.1)(7)* Promoting prostitution of minor-provide place for prostitution (16-‹18 yrs) F-3 6 1
5902(b.1)(7)* Promoting prostitution of minor-provide place for prostitution (‹16 yrs) F-3 8 1
5902(b.1)(8)* Promoting prostitution of minor-receive benefit (16-‹18 yrs) F-3 6 1
5902(b.1)(8)* Promoting prostitution of minor-receive benefit (‹16 yrs) F-3 8 1
5902(d) Living off prostitutes M-2 3 m
5902(d) Living off prostitutes (compel) F-3 5 1
5902(d) Living off prostitutes (HIV positive/AIDS) F-3 5 1
5902(d) Living off prostitutes (spouse/child/ward) F-3 5 1
5902(e) Patronizing prostitutes (1st/2nd off) M-3 1 m
5902(e) Patronizing prostitutes (3rd off) M-2 3 m
5902(e) Patronizing prostitutes (4th/subsq off) M-1 4 m
5902(e) Patronizing prostitutes (HIV positive/AIDS) F-3 7 1
5903(a)(1) Obscene materials-display (1st off & not for resale) M-1 3 m
5903(a)(1) Obscene materials-display (2nd/subsq off or for resale) F-3 5 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
5903(a.1) Obscene materials-disseminate via elec. comm. (1st off & not for resale) M-1 3 m
5903(a.1) Obscene materials-disseminate via elec. comm: att. evade prosec. (1st) (additional penalty) M-1 3 m
5903(a.1) Obscene materials-disseminate via elec. comm: att. evade prosec. (2nd) (additional penalty) M-1 3 m
5903(a)(2) Obscene materials-sell (1st off & not for
resale)
M-1 3 m
5903(a)(2) Obscene materials-sell (2nd/subsq off or for resale) F-3 5 1
5903(a)(3)(i) Obscene materials-design (1st off & not for resale) M-1 3 m
5903(a)(3)(i) Obscene materials-design (2nd/subsq off or for resale) F-3 5 1
5903(a)(3)(ii) Obscene materials-design: minor depicted (1st off & not for resale) M-1 4 m
5903(a)(3)(ii) Obscene materials-design: minor depicted (2nd/subsq off or for resale) F-3 6 1
5903(a)(4)(i) Obscene materials-prepare ad (1st off & not for resale) M-1 3 m
5903(a)(4)(i) Obscene materials-prepare ad (2nd/subsq off or for resale) F-3 5 1
5903(a)(4)(ii) Obscene materials-prepare ad: minor included (1st off & not for resale) M-1 4 m
5903(a)(4)(ii) Obscene materials-prepare ad: minor included (2nd/subsq off or for resale) F-3 6 1
5903(a)(5)(i) Obscene materials-produce performance (1st off & not for resale) M-1 3 m
5903(a)(5)(i) Obscene materials-produce performance (2nd/subsq off or for resale) F-3 5 1
5903(a)(5)(ii) Obscene materials-produce performance: minor included (1st off & not for resale) M-1 4 m
5903(a)(5)(ii) Obscene materials-produce performance: minor included (2nd/subsq off or for resale) F-3 6 1
5903(a)(6) Obscene materials-use minor to assist (1st off & not for resale) M-1 4 m
5903(a)(6) Obscene materials-use minor to assist (2nd/subsq off or for resale) F-3 6 1
5903(a)(7) Obscene materials-deliver to correctnl facility (1st off & not for resale) M-1 3 m
5903(a)(7) Obscene materials-deliver to correctnl facility (2nd/subsq off or for resale) F-3 5 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
5903(a)(8) Obscene materials-inmate possesses (1st off & not for resale) M-1 3 m
5903(a)(8) Obscene materials-inmate possesses (2nd/subsq off or for resale) F-3 5 1
5903(a)(9) Obscene materials-permit into correctnl inst (1st off & not for resale) M-1 3 m
5903(a)(9) Obscene materials-permit into correctnl inst (2nd/subsq off or for resale) F-3 5 1
5903(c)(1) Obscene materials-disseminate pictures to minors (1st off) F-3 5 1
5903(c)(1) Obscene materials-disseminate pictures to minors (2nd/subsq off) F-2 7 2
5903(c)(2) Obscene materials-disseminate print/audio to minors (1st off) F-3 5 1
5903(c)(2) Obscene materials-disseminate print/audio to minors (2nd/subsq off) F-2 7 2
5903(d) Obscene materials-admit minor to show (1st off) F-3 5 1
5903(d) Obscene materials-admit minor to show (2nd/subsq off) F-2 7 2
5903(f) Obscene materials-require sale M-1 3 m
5904 Public exhibition of insane/deformed person M-2 2 m
6105(a)(1)* Firearms-persons not to possess: convicted of enumerated felony (loaded/ammo available) [(a.1)(1)] F-2 10 2
6105(a)(1)* Firearms-persons not to possess: convicted of enumerated felony (unloaded/no ammo available) [(a.1)(1)] F-2 9 2
6105(a)(1)* Firearms-persons not to possess: convicted of enumerated misd. (loaded/ammo available) [(a.1)(1)] M-1 3 1
6105(a)(1)* Firearms-persons not to possess: convicted of enumerated misd. (unloaded/no ammo available) [(a.1)(1)] M-1 3 1
6105(a)(1)* Firearms-persons not to possess: accept w/PFA (loaded/ammo available) [(a.1)(2)(i)] M-3 2 m
6105(a)(1)* Firearms-persons not to possess: accept w/PFA (unloaded/no ammo available) [(a.1)(2)(i)] M-3 1 m
6105(a)(1)* Firearms-persons not to possess: fail to relinquish w/PFA (loaded/ammo available) [(a.1)(2)] M-1 5 1
6105(a)(1)* Firearms-persons not to possess: fail to relinquish w/PFA (unloaded/no ammo available) [(a.1)(2)] M-1 4 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
6105(a)(1)* Firearms-persons not to possess: return to person w/PFA (loaded/ammo available) [(a.1)(5)] M-1 6 1
6105(a)(1)* Firearms-persons not to possess: return to person w/PFA (unloaded/no ammo available) (a.1)(5) M-1 5 1
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: fugitive from justice (loaded/ammo available) ((c)(1))M-161
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: fugitive from justice (unloaded/no ammo available) ((c)(1))M-151
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: convicted of drug offense (loaded/ammo available) ((c)(2))M-161
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: convicted of drug offense (unloaded/no ammo available) ((c)(2))M-151
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: convicted of DUI (loaded/ammo available) ((c)(3))M-161
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: convicted of DUI (unloaded/no ammo available) ((c)(3))M-151
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: incompetent/mental illness (loaded/ammo available) ((c)(4))M-151
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: incompetent/mental illness (unloaded/no ammo available) ((c)(4))M-141
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: alien (loaded/ammo available) ((c)(5))M-161
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: alien (unloaded/no ammo available) ((c)(5))M-151
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: active PFA (loaded/ammo available) ((c)(6))M-161
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: active PFA (unloaded/no ammo available) ((c)(6))M-151
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: adjudicated delinquent (loaded/ammo available) ((c)(7))M-161
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: adjudicated delinquent (unloaded/no ammo available) ((c)(7))M-151
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: adjudicated delinquent (loaded/ammo available) ((c)(8))M-161
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: adjudicated delinquent (unloaded/no ammo available) ((c)(8))M-151
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: other under U.S.C. (loaded/ammo available) ((c)(9))M-161

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
6105(a)(1)*Firearms-persons not to possess: other under U.S.C. (unloaded/no ammo available) ((c)(9))M-151
6106(a)(1)* Firearms-carried w/o license: ineligible (loaded/ammo available) F-3 9 1
6106(a)(1)* Firearms-carried w/o license: ineligible (unloaded/no ammo available) F-3 7 1
6106(a)(2)* Firearms-carried w/o license: eligible (loaded/ammo available & crim act.) F-3 9 1
6106(a)(2)* Firearms-carried w/o license: eligible (unloaded/no ammo available & crim act.) F-3 7 2
6106(a)(2)* Firearms-carried w/o license (loaded/ammo available/no other crim. act.) M-1 4 1
6106(a)(2)* Firearms-carried w/o license (unloaded/no ammo available/ no other crim. act.) M-1 3 1
6107(a) Firearms-prohibited conduct during emergency M-1 3 1
6108 Firearms-carrying in Philadelphia (loaded/ammo available) M-1 5 1
6108 Firearms-carrying in Philadelphia (unloaded/no ammo available) M-1 4 1
6110.1(a) Firearms-possession by minor M-1 3 1
6110.1(c) Firearms-delivery to minor by adult F-3 7 1
6110.2(a)* Firearms-possession w/ altered mfr. num. (loaded/ammo available) F-2 10 2
6110.2(a)* Firearms-possession w/ altered mfr. num. (unloaded/no ammo available) F-2 9 2
6111(a)(1) Firearms-sale/transfer: deliver before 48 hrs M-2 2 m
6111(a)(1) Firearms-sale/transfer: deliver before 48 hrs (2nd/subsq off) F-2 9 2
6111(a)(1) Firearms-sale/transfer: deliver before 48 hrs (false statements) F-3 8 1
6111(a)(1) Firearms-sale/transfer: deliver before 48 hrs (inappropriate use of crim history) F-3 5 1
6111(a)(1) Firearms-sale/transfer: deliver before 48 hrs (sell to ineligible) F-3 8 1
6111(a)(1) Firearms-sale/transfer: deliver before 48 hrs (unlawful crim history request) F-3 5 1
6111(a)(2) Firearms-sale/transfer: deliver w/o crim history check M-2 2 m
6111(a)(2) Firearms-sale/transfer: deliver w/o crim history check (2nd/subsq off) F-2 9 2
6111(a)(2) Firearms-sale/transfer: deliver w/o crim history check (false statements) F-3 8 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
6111(a)(2) Firearms-sale/transfer: deliver w/o crim history check (inappropriate use of crim history) F-3 5 1
6111(a)(2) Firearms-sale/transfer: deliver w/o crim history check (sell to ineligible) F-3 8 1
6111(a)(2) Firearms-sale/transfer: deliver w/o crim history check (unlawful crim history request) F-3 5 1
6111(b)(1) Firearms-sale/transfer: full app/record of sale M-2 2 m
6111(b)(1) Firearms-sale/transfer: full app/record of sale (2nd/subsq off) F-2 9 2
6111(b)(1) Firearms-sale/transfer: full app/record of sale (false statements) F-3 8 1
6111(b)(1) Firearms-sale/transfer: full app/record of sale (inappropriate use of crim history) F-3 5 1
6111(b)(1) Firearms-sale/transfer: full app/record of sale (sell to ineligible) F-3 8 1
6111(b)(1) Firearms-sale/transfer: full app/record of sale (unlawful crim history request) F-3 5 1
6111(b)(1.2) Firearms-sale/transfer: transmit fee M-2 2 m
6111(b)(1.2) Firearms-sale/transfer: transmit fee (2nd/subsq off) F-2 9 2
6111(b)(1.2) Firearms-sale/transfer: transmit fee (false statements) F-3 8 1
6111(b)(1.2) Firearms-sale/transfer: transmit fee (inappropriate use of crim history) F-3 5 1
6111(b)(1.2) Firearms-sale/transfer: transmit fee (sell to ineligible) F-3 8 1
6111(b)(1.2) Firearms-sale/transfer: transmit fee (unlawful crim history request) F-3 5 1
6111(c) Firearms-sale/transfer: thru licensed dealer M-2 2 m
6111(c) Firearms-sale/transfer: thru licensed dealer (2nd/subsq off) F-2 9 2
6111(c) Firearms-sale/transfer: thru licensed dealer (false statements) F-3 8 1
6111(c) Firearms-sale/transfer: thru licensed dealer (inappropriate use of crim history) F-3 5 1
6111(c) Firearms-sale/transfer: thru licensed dealer (sell to ineligible) F-3 8 1
6111(c) Firearms-sale/transfer: thru licensed dealer (unlawful crim history request) F-3 5 1
6111(g)(2) Firearms-sale/transfer: to unqualified or ineligible person F-3 8 1
6111(g)(2) Firearms-sale/transfer: to unqualified or ineligible person (2nd/subsq off) F-2 9 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
6111(g)(4) Firearms-sale/transfer: false statements, materials, ID F-3 8 1
6111(g)(4) Firearms-sale/transfer: false statements, materials, ID (2nd/subsq off) F-2 9 2
6112 Firearms-dealer to be licensed M-1 3 1
6113(a)(1) Firearms-dealer license: sell in undesignated area M-1 3 1
6113(a)(2) Firearms-dealer license: fail to display license M-1 3 1
6113(a)(3) Firearms-dealer license: violation of act M-1 3 1
6113(a)(4) Firearms-dealer license: w/o knowledge of purchaser M-1 3 1
6113(a)(5) Firearms-dealer license: fail to keep record M-1 3 1
6113(a)(6) Firearms-dealer license: display firearm in public view M-1 3 1
6115(a) Firearms-lending prohibited M-1 3 1
6116 Firearms-give false info/identity for purchase M-1 3 1
6117(a) Firearms-alter mfr. number/ID F-2 7 2
6121(a) Firearms-certain bullets prohibited F-3 5 1
6122 Firearms-proof of license M-1 3 1
6161(a) Carrying explosives on conveyances M-2 3 m
6162(a) Shipping explosives M-3 3 m
6301(a)(1)(i) Corruption of minors M-1 4 m
6301(a)(1)(ii) Corruption of minors-course of conduct (of a sexual nature) F-3 6 1
6301(a)(2) Corruption of minors-encourage 2nd truancy in one year M-3 1 m
6302(a) Sale/lease of weapons/explosives (to minor) M-1 4 m
6303(a) Sale of starter pistols-to minors M-1 4 m
6304(a)(1) Sale/use of air rifles-sale or transfer (to minor) M-3 1 m
6307(a) Misrepresentation of age to secure alcohol (2nd/subsq off) M-3 1 m
6309(a) Representing that minor is of age M-3 1 m
6310(a) Inducement of minors to buy liquor/beer M-3 1 m
6310.1(a) Selling/furnishing liquor/beer to minors M-3 1 m
6310.2(a) Manufacture/sale of false ID card M-2 2 m
6310.3(a) Carrying a false ID card (2nd/subsq off) M-3 1 m
6311(a) Tattooing a minor (1st off) M-3 1 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
6311(a) Tattooing a minor (2nd/subsq off) M-2 2 m
6311(b) Body piercing a minor (1st off) M-3 1 m
6311(b) Body piercing a minor (2nd/subsq off) M-2 2 m
6312(b)* Sexual abuse of children-photographing/etc. sexual acts (13-‹18 yrs) F-2 8 2
6312(b)* Sexual abuse of children-photographing/etc. sexual acts (‹13 yrs or determination of prepubescence) F-2 9 2
6312(b)* Sexual abuse of children-photographing/etc. sexual acts: when indecent contact depicted (13-‹18 yrs) F-1 10 3
6312(b)* Sexual abuse of children-photographing/etc. sexual acts: when indecent contact depicted (‹13 yrs or determination of prepubescence) F-1 10 3
6312(c)* Sexual abuse of children-dissemination
(13-‹18 yrs) (1st off)
F-3 6 1
6312(c)* Sexual abuse of children-dissemination
(13-‹18 yrs) (2nd/subsq off)
F-2 8 2
6312(c)* Sexual abuse of children-dissemination
(‹13 yrs or determination of prepubescence) (1st off)
F-3 7 1
6312(c)* Sexual abuse of children-dissemination
(‹13 yrs or determination of prepubescence) (2nd/subsq off)
F-2 9 2
6312(c)* Sexual abuse of children-dissemination: when indecent contact depicted (13-‹18 yrs)
(1st offense)
F-2 9 2
6312(c)* Sexual abuse of children-dissemination: when indecent contact depicted (13-‹18 yrs)
(2nd/subsq offense)
F-1 10 3
6312(c)* Sexual abuse of children-dissemination: when indecent contact depicted (‹13 yrs or determination of prepubescense) (1st offense) F-2 9 2
6312(c)* Sexual abuse of children-dissemination: indecent contact depicted (‹13 yrs or determination of prepubescense) (2nd/subsq offense) F-1 10 3
6312(d)* Sexual abuse of children-possess child pornography (13-‹18 yrs) (1st off) F-3 6 1
6312(d)* Sexual abuse of children-possess child pornography (13-‹18 yrs) (2nd/subsq off) F-2 8 2
6312(d)* Sexual abuse of children-possess child pornography (‹13 yrs or determination of prepubescence) (1st off) F-3 7 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
6312(d)* Sexual abuse of children-possess child pornography (‹13 yrs or determination of prepubescence) (2nd/subsq off) F-2 9 2
6312(d)* Sexual abuse of children-possess child pornography: when indecent contact depicted (13-‹18) (1st offense) F-2 9 2
6312(d)* Sexual abuse of children-possess child pornography: when indecent contact depicted (13-‹18) (2nd/subsq offense) F-1 10 3
6312(d)* Sexual abuse of children-possess child pornography: when indecent contact depicted (‹13 yrs or determination of prepubescence) (1st offense) F-2 9 2
6312(d)* Sexual abuse of children-possess child pornography: when indecent contact depicted (‹13 yrs or determination of prepubescence) (2nd/subsq offense) F-1 10 3
6318(a)(1) Unlaw. contact w/ minor-sexual offenses [underlying offense=F-3 or greater] Same as underlying offense same as underlying offense, or OGS 6, whichever is greater same as underlying offense, or 1, whichever is greater
6318(a)(1) Unlaw. contact w/ minor-sexual offenses [underlying offense ‹F-3] F-3 6 1
6318(a)(2) Unlaw. contact w/ minor-open lewdness [underlying offense=F-3 or greater] Same as underlying offense same as underlying offense, or OGS 6, whichever is greater same as underlying offense, or 1, whichever is greater
6318(a)(2) Unlaw. contact w/ minor-open lewdness [underlying offense ‹F-3] F-3 6 1
6318(a)(3) Unlaw. contact w/ minor-prostitution [underlying offense=F-3 or greater] Same as underlying offense same as underlying offense, or OGS 6, whichever is greater same as underlying offense, or 1, whichever is greater
6318(a)(3) Unlaw. contact w/ minor-prostitution [underlying offense ‹F-3] F-3 6 1
6318(a)(4) Unlaw. contact w/ minor-sexual materials [underlying offense=F-3 or greater] Same as underlying offense same as underlying offense, or OGS 6, whichever is greater same as underlying offense, or 1, whichever is greater
6318(a)(4) Unlaw. contact w/ minor-sexual materials [underlying offense ‹F-3] F-3 6 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
6318(a)(5) Unlaw. contact w/ minor-sexual abuse [underlying offense=F-3 or greater] Same as underlying offense same as underlying offense, or OGS 6, whichever is greater same as underlying offense, or 1, whichever is greater
6318(a)(5) Unlaw. contact w/ minor-sexual abuse [underlying offense ‹F-3] F-3 6 1
6318(a)(6) Unlaw. contact w/ minor-sexual exploitation [underlying offense=F-3 or greater] Same as underlying offense same as underlying offense, or OGS 6, whichever is greater same as underlying offense, or 1, whichever is greater
6318(a)(6) Unlaw. contact w/ minor-sexual exploitation [underlying offense ‹F-3] F-3 6 1
6319(a) Solicitation of minors to traffic drugs-general F-2 9 2
6319(b) Solicitation of minors to traffic drugs-drug-free school zone F-1 10 3
6320 Sexual exploitation of children F-2 9 2
6321(b) Transmission, sexually explicit image by minor-of another minor (victim ›-12 yrs) M-3 1 m
6321(c)(1) Transmission, sexually explicit image by minor-w/ intent to harass: makes depiction of minor w/ nudity w/o knowledge and consent M-2 3 m
6321(c)(2) Transmission, sexually explicit image by minor-w/ intent to harass: transmits depiction of minor w/ nudity w/o knowledge and consent M-2 3 m
6501(a)(1) Scattering rubbish-upon land/stream (2nd/subsq off) M-3 1 m
6501(a)(2) Scattering rubbish-interferes w/ contents of receptacle (2nd/subsq off) M-3 1 m
6501(a)(3) Scattering rubbish-deposit trash on street (2nd/subsq off) M-1 3 m
6501(a)(3) Scattering rubbish-deposit trash on street (1st off) M-2 2 m
6504 Public nuisances M-2 2 m
6703 Dealing in military decorations M-3 1 m
6707 False registration of domestic animals M-3 1 m
6709(1) Use of union labels-insignia M-3 1 m
6709(2) Use of union labels-nonunion product M-3 1 m
6709(3) Use of union labels-not authorized by union M-3 1 m
6901 Extension of water line-w/o permit M-3 1 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
6910(a) Unauthorized sale of tickets M-3 1 m
7102 Administer drugs to race horses M-1 3 m
7103(a) Horse racing M-3 1 m
7104(a) Fortune telling-for gain or lucre M-3 1 m
7107(a)(1) Unlawf. action by athlete agent-prior to eligibility expired M-1 3 m
7107(a)(2) Unlawf. action by athlete agent-give prior to eligibility expired M-1 3 m
7107(a)(3) Unlawf. action by athlete agent-agreement w/ univ. employee for referral M-1 3 m
7302(a) Sale of solidified alcohol M-2 2 m
7302(b) Labeling of solidified alcohol M-1 3 m
7303(a) Sale/illegal use of certain solvents-smell/inhale toxic subst M-3 1 m
7303(c) Sale/illegal use of certain solvents-possess solvent for toxic vapors M-3 1 m
7303(d) Sale/illegal use of certain solvents-sell solvent for toxic vapors M-3 1 m
7306(a) Incendiary devices M-1 3 m
7307 Out-of-state convict made goods-sell/exchange M-2 2 m
7308(a) Unlawful advertising of insurance business M-2 2 m
7309(a) Unlawful coercion in contracting insurance M-1 3 m
7310(a) Furnishing free insurance as inducement for purchase M-3 1 m
7311(a) Unlawful collection agency practices-assignment of claims M-3 1 m
7311(b) Unlawful collection agency practices-appearance for creditor M-3 1 m
7311(b.1) Unlawful collection agency practices-unfair/deceptive methods M-3 1 m
7311(c) Unlawful collection agency practices-unlaw. furnish legal services M-3 1 m
7311(d) Unlawful collection agency practices-unlaw. service for debtor M-3 1 m
7311(e) Unlawful collection agency practices-unlaw. solicit job for attorney M-3 1 m
7311(f) Unlawful collection agency practices-unlaw. coercion/intimidation M-3 1 m
7312(a) Debt pooling M-3 1 m
7313(a) Buying/exchanging food stamps (›=$1,000) F-3 5 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
7313(a) Buying/exchanging food stamps (‹$1,000) M-1 3 m
7314(a) Fraudulent traffic in food orders (›=$1,000) F-3 5 1
7314(a) Fraudulent traffic in food orders (‹$1,000) M-1 3 m
7316(a) Keeping bucket-shop M-3 1 m
7317(a) Accessories in conduct of bucket-shop M-3 1 m
7318(a) Maintaining premises of bucket-shop M-3 1 m
7319(b) Bucket-shop contracts M-3 1 m
7321(a) Lie detector tests-require for employment M-2 2 m
7322 Demanding property/money to secure employment M-3 1 m
7323 Discrimination on account of U.S. armed
forces uniform
M-2 2 m
7324(b) Unlaw. sale of dissertations/etc.-sale of assistance M-3 1 m
7324(c) Unlaw. sale of dissertations/etc.-sale of assignment M-3 1 m
7324(d) Unlaw. sale of dissertations/etc.-distribution for sale M-3 1 m
7326(a) Disclosure of confidential tax information M-3 1 m
7328(a) Operation of unauthorized bottle club M-3 1 m
7503(a) Architects/engineers-interest in public works contracts M-3 1 m
7504(a) Appointment of special police M-3 1 m
7507 Breach of privacy-use stress monitor w/o consent M-2 2 m
7507.1(a)(1) Invasion of privacy-view/photograph person w/o consent (single violation) M-3 2 m
7507.1(a)(1) Invasion of privacy-view/photograph person w/o consent (›1 violation) M-2 3 m
7507.1(a)(2) Invasion of privacy-view/photograph intimate parts w/o consent (single violation) M-3 2 m
7507.1(a)(2) Invasion of privacy-view/photograph intimate parts w/o consent (›1 violation) M-2 3 m
7507.1(a)(3) Invasion of privacy-transfer image (single violation) M-3 2 m
7507.1(a)(3) Invasion of privacy-transfer image (›1 violation) M-2 3 m
7508.2(a) Operate meth lab-cause chemical reaction F-2 8 2
7508.2(a) Operate meth lab-cause chemical reaction (w/in 1000 ft of school) F-1 9 3

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
7509(a) Furnishing drug-free urine: unlaw. sale M-3 1 m
7509(b) Furnishing drug-free urine: unlaw. use M-3 1 m
7510(a) Municipal housing code avoidance (4th off) M-2 2 m
7510(a) Municipal housing code avoidance (5th/subsq off) M-1 3 m
7512(a) Criminal use of communication facility F-3 5 1
7515(a)(1) Contingent compensation-compensate other M-3 1 m
7515(a)(2) Contingent compensation-agree to lobby M-3 1 m
7516(a) Greyhound racing-for remuneration M-1 3 m
7517(b) Commemorative service demonstration activities M-3 1 m
7611(a)(1) Unlawful use of computer-access w/ intent to disrupt function F-3 7 1
7611(a)(2) Unlawful use of computer-access/interfere/
damage/destroy
F-3 7 1
7611(a)(3) Unlawful use of computer-provide password/ID code/PIN/etc. F-3 7 1
7612(a) Disruption of computer service F-3 7 1
7613(a) Computer theft F-3 7 1
7614(a) Unlawful duplication (›$2500) F-2 7 2
7614(a) Unlawful duplication (‹=$2500) F-3 5 1
7615(a)(1) Computer trespass-remove data/programs F-3 7 1
7615(a)(2) Computer trespass-cause malfunction F-3 7 1
7615(a)(3) Computer trespass-alter/erase data F-3 7 1
7615(a)(4) Computer trespass-transfer funds F-3 7 1
7615(a)(5) Computer trespass-cause physical injury to property F-3 7 1
7616(a)(1) Distribution of a computer virus-prevent/disrupt operation F-3 7 1
7616(a)(2) Distribution of a computer virus-degrade/destroy performance F-3 7 1
7622 Duty of internet provider-disable child porn access (1st off) M-3 1 m
7622 Duty of internet provider-disable child porn access (2nd off) M-2 2 m
7622 Internet service provider-disable child porn access (3rd/subsq off) F-3 5 1
7641(a) Computer-assisted remote harvesting of animals M-3 1 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.


18 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
7661(a)(1) Unlaw. transmis. email-forge/falsify M-3 1 m
7661(a)(1) Unlaw. transmis. email-forge/falsify (malicious damage; ›=$2500) F-3 7 1
7661(a)(1) Unlaw. transmis. email-forge/falsify (reckless damage; ›=$2500) M-1 5 m
7661(a)(2)(i) Unlaw. transmis. email-sell software to falsify M-3 1 m
7661(a)(2)(i) Unlaw. transmis. email-sell software to falsify (malicious damage; ›=$2500) F-3 7 1
7661(a)(2)(i) Unlaw. transmis. email-sell software to falsify (reckless damage; ›=$2500) M-1 5 m
7661(a)(2)(ii) Unlaw. transmis. email-sell software w/ limited purpose M-3 1 m
7661(a)(2)(ii) Unlaw. transmis. email-sell software w/ limited purpose (malicious damage; ›=$2500) F-3 7 1
7661(a)(2)(ii) Unlaw. transmis. email-sell software w/ limited purpose (reckless damage; ›=$2500) M-1 5 m
7661(a)(2)(iii) Unlaw. transmis. email-sell software known to falsify M-3 1 m
7661(a)(2)(iii) Unlaw. transmis. email-sell software known to falsify (malicious damage; ›=$2500) F-3 7 1
7661(a)(2)(iii) Unlaw. transmis. email-sell software known to falsify (reckless damage; ›=$2500) M-1 5 m
7702(1) Owning/operating/conducting a chop shop F-2 7 2
7702(2) Owning/operating/conducting a chop shop-transfer/sell vehicle F-2 7 2
7703 Altered or illegally obtained property-veh ID num F-3 5 1
7704 Altered or illegally obtained property-disposition F-3 5 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).
Inchoate = Inchoate to 4 point PRS offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).
See § §  303.7(c) and 303.8(b) for all other inchoates.

MISCELLANEOUS OFFENSES
(Child Abuse Reporting)



23 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7 PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4354(d)(2) Willful failure to pay child support (special circumstances) M-3 1 m
6319(a)(1)Failure to report or to refer suspected child abuse-willfully fails to report/F-1 or higher/direct knowledge of natureF-351
6319(a)(1)Failure to report or to refer suspected child abuseM-22m
6319(b)Failure to report or to refer suspected child abuse-continuing course of actionM-13m
6319(b)Failure to report or to refer suspected child abuse-continuing course of action (child abuse is F-1 or higher)F-351
6319(c)Failure to report or to refer suspected child abuse-2nd/subsq offenseF-351
6319(c)Failure to report or to refer suspected child abuse-child abuse is F-1 or higher (2nd subsq offense)F-272

 m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).

OPERATION OF BOATS



30 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
5502(a)(1) Oper. watercraft under influence-general impairment/incapable of safe operation (1st off) M 1 m
5502(a)(1) Oper. watercraft under influence-general impairment/incapable of safe operation (2nd off) M 1 1
5502(a)(1) Oper. watercraft under influence-general impairment/incapable of safe operation (3rd/subsq off) M-2 3 1
5502(a)(1) Oper. watercraft under influence-incapable of safe operation: refused testing (1st off) M 1 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).


30 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
5502(a)(1) Oper. watercraft under influence-incapable of safe operation: refused testing (2nd off) M-1 5 1
5502(a)(1) Oper. watercraft under influence-incapable of safe operation: refused testing (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1
5502(a)(1) Oper. watercraft under influence-incapable of safe operation: accident w/BI/SBI/death (1st off) M 1 m
5502(a)(1) Oper. watercraft under influence-incapable of safe operation: accident w/BI/SBI/death (2nd off) M 1 1
5502(a)(1) Oper. watercraft under influence-incapable of safe operation: accident w/BI/SBI/death (3rd off) M-1 5 1
5502(a)(1) Oper. watercraft under influence-incapable of safe operation: accident w/BI/SBI/death (4th/subsq off) M-1 5 1
5502(a)(1) Oper. watercraft under influence-incapable of safe operation: accident w/ damage (1st off) M 1 m
5502(a)(1) Oper. watercraft under influence-incapable of safe operation: accident w/ damage (2nd off) M 1 1
5502(a)(1) Oper. watercraft under influence-incapable of safe operation: accident w/ damage (3rd off) M-1 5 1
5502(a)(1) Oper. watercraft under influence-incapable of safe operation: accident w/ damage (4th/subsq off) M-1 5 1
5502(a.1) Oper. watercraft under influence-high rate of alcohol: BAC .10-‹.16 (1st off) M 1 m
5502(a.1) Oper. watercraft under influence-high rate of alcohol: BAC .10-‹.16 (2nd off) M 1 1
5502(a.1) Oper. watercraft under influence-high rate of alcohol: BAC .10-‹.16 (3rd off) M-1 5 1
5502(a.1) Oper. watercraft under influence-high rate of alcohol: BAC .10-‹16 (4th/subsq off) M-1 5 1
5502(a)(2) Oper. watercraft under influence-general impairment: BAC .08-‹.10 (1st off) M 1 m
5502(a)(2) Oper. watercraft under influence-general impairment: BAC .08-‹.10 (2nd off) M 1 1
5502(a)(2) Oper. watercraft under influence-general impairment: BAC .08-‹.10 (3rd/subsq off) M-2 3 1
5502(a.2) Oper. watercraft under influence-highest rate of alcohol: BAC ›=.16 (1st off) M 1 m
5502(a.2) Oper. watercraft under influence-highest rate of alcohol: BAC ›=.16 (2nd off) M-1 5 1
5502(a.2) Oper. watercraft under influence-highest rate of alcohol: BAC ›=.16 (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).


30 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
5502(a.3)(1)(i) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances: Sched I (1st off) M 1 m
5502(a.3)(1)(i) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances: Sched I (2nd off) M-1 5 1
5502(a.3)(1)(i) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances: Sched I (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1
5502(a.3)(1)(ii) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances: Sched II/III (1st off) M 1 m
5502(a.3)(1)(ii) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances: Sched II/III (2nd off) M-1 5 1
5502(a.3)(1)(ii) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances: Sched II/III (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1
5502(a.3)(1)(iii) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances: metabolite of Sched I/II/III (1st off) M 1 m
5502(a.3)(1)(iii) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances: metabolite of Sched I/II/III (2nd off) M-1 5 1
5502(a.3)(1)(iii) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances: metabolite of Sched I/II/III (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1
5502(a.3)(2) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances & incapable of safe operation (1st off) M 1 m
5502(a.3)(2) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances & incapable of safe operation (2nd off) M-1 5 1
5502(a.3)(2) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances & incapable of safe operation (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1
5502(a.3)(3) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances & alcohol & incapable of safe operation (1st off) M 1 m
5502(a.3)(3) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances & alcohol & incapable of safe operation (2nd off) M-1 5 1
5502(a.3)(3) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances & alcohol & incapable of safe operation (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1
5502(a.3)(4) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances: solvent, etc. (1st off) M 1 m
5502(a.3)(4) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances: solvent, etc. (2nd off) M-1 5 1
5502(a.3)(4) Oper. watercraft under influence-controlled substances: solvent, etc. (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).


30 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
5502(a.4) Oper. watercraft under influence-minor operator (1st off) M 1 m
5502(a.4) Oper. watercraft under influence-minor operator (2nd off) M 1 1
5502(a.4) Oper. watercraft under influence-minor operator (3rd off) M-1 5 1
5502(a.4) Oper. watercraft under influence-minor operator (4th/subsq off) M-1 5 1
5502.1(a) Homicide by watercraft while operating under influence F-2 10 2
5502.2* Homicide by watercraft (when there is a conviction for operating under the influence) M-1 8 1
5502.2* Homicide by watercraft (when there is not a conviction for operating under the influence) M-1 6 1
5502.3(a) Aggravated assault by watercraft while operating under influence F-2 7 2
5507(a) Duties of operators involved in boating accidents-stop M-1 3 m
5507(a) Duties of operators involved in boating accidents-stop (death) F-3 5 1
5507(b) Duties of operators involved in boating accidents-give information M-1 3 m
5507(b) Duties of operators involved in boating accidents-give information (death) F-3 5 1
5507(c) Duties of operators involved in boating accidents-render aid M-1 3 m
5507(c) Duties of operators involved in boating accidents-render aid (death) F-3 5 1
5507(d) Duties of operators involved in boating accidents-stay M-1 3 m
5507(d) Duties of operators involved in boating accidents-stay (death) F-3 5 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).

DRUG ACT OFFENSES



35 P. S. §  780-113 DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR
RECORD SCORE
POINTS
(a)(1) Manufacture/sale/delivery-adulterated
controlled substance (1st off)
M 4 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).


35 P. S. §  780-113 DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR
RECORD SCORE
POINTS
(a)(1) Manufacture/sale/delivery-adulterated
controlled substance (2nd/subsq off)
M 4 m
(a)(2) Adulterate/misbrand-controlled substance (1st off) M 4 m
(a)(2) Adulterate/misbrand-controlled substance (2nd/subsq off) M 4 m
(a)(3) False/misleading advertisement (1st off) M 4 m
(a)(3) False/misleading advertisement (2nd/subsq off) M 4 m
(a)(4) Removal/disposal-detained substance (1st off) M 5 m
(a)(4) Removal/disposal-detained substance (2nd/subsq off) M 5 m
(a)(5) Adulterate/destroy label-controlled substance for sale (1st off) M 4 m
(a)(5) Adulterate/destroy label-controlled substance for sale (2nd/subsq off) M 4 m
(a)(6) Forge/counterfeit w/ mark/ID symbol (1st off) M 5 m
(a)(6) Forge/counterfeit w/ mark/ID symbol (2nd/subsq off) M 5 m
(a)(7) Place trademark on controlled substance to defraud (1st off) M 5 m
(a)(7) Place trademark on controlled substance to defraud (2nd/subsq off) M 5 m
(a)(8) Selling controlled substance w/ defrauded trademark (1st off) M 5 m
(a)(8) Selling controlled substance w/ defrauded trademark (2nd/subsq off) M 5 m
(a)(9) Selling trademark equipment to defraud (1st off) M 5 m
(a)(9) Selling trademark equipment to defraud (2nd/subsq off) M 5 m
(a)(10) Illegal sale of nonproprietary drug (1st off) M 4 m
(a)(10) Illegal sale of nonproprietary drug (2nd/subsq off) M 4 m
(a)(11) Illegal pharmacy operations (1st off) M 5 m
(a)(11) Illegal pharmacy operations (2nd/subsq off) M 5 m
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-heroin (›1000 g) F 13 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-heroin (100-1000 g) F 11 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-heroin (50-‹100 g) F 10 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).


35 P. S. §  780-113 DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR
RECORD SCORE
POINTS
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-heroin (10-‹50 g) F 8 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-heroin (1-‹10 g) F 7 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-heroin (‹1 g) F 6 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-other narcotics, Sched I & II (›1000 g) F 13 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-other narcotics, Sched I & II (›1000 pills) F 13 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-other narcotics, Sched I & II (100-1000 g) F 11 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-other narcotics, Sched I & II (100-1000 pills) F 11 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-other narcotics, Sched I & II (50-‹100 g) F 10 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-other narcotics, Sched I & II (50-‹100 pills) F 10 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-other narcotics, Sched I & II (10-‹50 g) F 8 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-other narcotics, Sched I & II (10-‹50 pills) F 8 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-other narcotics, Sched I & II (1-‹10 g) F 7 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-other narcotics, Sched I & II (1-‹10 pills) F 7 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-other narcotics, Sched I & II (‹1 g) F 6 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-cocaine (›1000 g) F 13 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-cocaine (100-1000 g) F 11 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-cocaine (50-‹100 g) F 10 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-cocaine (10-‹50 g) F 8 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-cocaine (5-‹10 g) F 7 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-cocaine (2-‹5 g) F 6 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-cocaine (‹2 g) F 5 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).


35 P. S. §  780-113 DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR
RECORD SCORE
POINTS
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-methamphetamine (›1000 g) F 13 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-methamphetamine (100-1000 g) F 11 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-methamphetamine (50-‹100 g) F 10 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-methamphetamine (10-‹50 g) F 8 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-methamphetamine (2.5-‹10 g) F 7 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-methamphetamine (‹2.5 g) F 6 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-PCP (›1000 g) F 13 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-PCP (100-1000 g) F 11 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-PCP (50-‹100 g) F 10 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-PCP (10-‹50 g) F 8 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-PCP (2.5-‹10 g) F 7 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-PCP (‹2.5 g) F 6 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-MDMA (›1000 g) F 13 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-MDMA (100-1000 g) F 11 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-MDMA (50-‹100 g) F 10 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-MDMA (10-‹50 g) F 8 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-MDMA (2.5-‹10 g) F 7 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-MDMA (‹2.5 g) F 6 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-marijuana (›1000 lbs.) F 10 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-marijuana (›5000 plants) F 10 3
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-marijuana (50-1000 lbs.) F 8 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).


35 P. S. §  780-113 DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR
RECORD SCORE
POINTS
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-marijuana (51-5000 plants) F 8 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-marijuana (10-‹50 lbs.) F 7 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-marijuana (21-‹51 plants) F 7 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-marijuana (1-‹10 lbs.) F 5 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-marijuana (10-‹21 plants) F 5 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-marijuana (‹1 lb.) F 3 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-marijuana (‹10 plants) F 3 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-Sched I F 5 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-Sched II F 5 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-Sched III F 5 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-Sched IV F 5 2
(a)(12)* Acquisition of controlled substance by fraud-Sched V M 3 m
(a)(13) Dispense drugs to dependent person (1st off) M 4 m
(a)(13) Dispense drugs to dependent person (2nd/subsq off) M 4 m
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-heroin (›1000 g) F 13 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-heroin (100-1000 g) F 11 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-heroin (50-‹100 g) F 10 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-heroin (10-‹50 g) F 8 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-heroin (1-‹10 g) F 7 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-heroin (‹1 g) F 6 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-other narcotics Sched I & II (›1000 g) F 13 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-other narcotics, Sched I & II (›1000 pills) F 13 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-other narcotics, Sched I & II (100-1000 g) F 11 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-other narcotics, Sched I & II (100-1000 pills) F 11 3

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).


35 P. S. §  780-113 DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR
RECORD SCORE
POINTS
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-other narcotics, Sched I & II (50-‹100 g) F 10 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-other narcotics, Sched I & II (50-‹100 pills) F 10 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-other narcotics, Sched I & II (10-‹50 g) F 8 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-other narcotics, Sched I & II (10-‹50 pills) F 8 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-other narcotics, Sched I & II (1-‹10 g) F 7 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-other narcotics, Sched I & II (1-‹10 pills) F 7 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-other narcotics, Sched I & II (‹1 g) F 6 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-cocaine (›1000 g) F 13 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-cocaine (100-1000 g) F 11 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-cocaine (50-‹100 g) F 10 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-cocaine (10-‹50 g) F 8 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-cocaine (5-‹10 g) F 7 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-cocaine (2-‹5 g) F 6 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-cocaine (‹2 g) F 5 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-methamphetamine (›1000 g) F 13 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-methamphetamine
(100-1000 g)
F 11 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-methamphetamine (50-‹100 g) F 10 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-methamphetamine (10-‹50 g) F 8 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-methamphetamine
(2.5-‹10 g)
F 7 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-methamphetamine
(‹2.5 g)
F 6 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-PCP (›1000 g) F 13 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-PCP (100-1000 g) F 11 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-PCP (50-‹100 g) F 10 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-PCP (10-‹50 g) F 8 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-PCP (2.5-‹ 10 g) F 7 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-PCP (‹2.5 g) F 6 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).


35 P. S. §  780-113 DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR
RECORD SCORE
POINTS
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-MDMA (›1000 g) F 13 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-MDMA (100-1000 g) F 11 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-MDMA (50-‹100 g) F 10 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-MDMA (10-‹50 g) F 8 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-MDMA (2.5-‹ 10 g) F 7 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-MDMA (‹2.5 g) F 6 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-marijuana (›1000 lbs.) F 10 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-marijuana (›5000 plants) F 10 3
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-marijuana (50-1000 lbs.) F 8 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-marijuana (51-5000 plants) F 8 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-marijuana (10-‹50 lbs.) F 7 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-marijuana (21-‹51 plants) F 7 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-marijuana (1-‹10 lbs.) F 5 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-marijuana (10-‹21 plants) F 5 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-marijuana (‹1 lb.) F 3 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-marijuana (‹10 plants) F 3 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-Sched I F 5 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-Sched II F 5 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-Sched III F 5 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-Sched IV F 5 2
(a)(14)* Delivery by practitioner-Sched V M 3 m
(a)(15) Illegal retail sale-controlled substance (1st off) M 4 m
(a)(15) Illegal retail sale-controlled substance (2nd/subsq off) M 4 m
(a)(16) Simple possession (1st off) M 3 m
(a)(16) Simple possession (2nd/subsq off) M 3 m
(a)(16)Simple possession-GHB (1st off)F52
(a)(16)Simple possession-GHB (2nd/sub off)F52
(a)(17) Dispense drugs w/o label by practitioner (1st off) M 4 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).


35 P. S. §  780-113 DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR
RECORD SCORE
POINTS
(a)(17) Dispense drugs w/o label by practitioner (2nd/subsq off) M 4 m
(a)(18) Illegal sale container (1st off) M 4 m
(a)(18) Illegal sale container (2nd/subsq off) M 4 m
(a)(19) Intentional unauthorized purchase (1st off) M 5 m
(a)(19) Intentional unauthorized purchase (2nd/subsq off) M 5 m
(a)(20) Divulging trade secret (1st off) M 4 m
(a)(20) Divulging trade secret (2nd/subsq off) M 4 m
(a)(21) Failure to keep records (1st off) M 2 m
(a)(21) Failure to keep records (2nd/subsq off) M 2 m
(a)(22) Refusal of inspection (1st off) M 2 m
(a)(22) Refusal of inspection (2nd/subsq off) M 2 m
(a)(23) Unauthorized removal of seals M 5 m
(a)(24) Failure to obtain license (1st off) M 2 m
(a)(24) Failure to obtain license (2nd/subsq off) M 2 m
(a)(25) Manufacture by unauthorized party M 5 m
(a)(26) Distribution by registrant of Schedule I or II M 5 m
(a)(27) Use of fictitious registration number M 5 m
(a)(28) Furnish false application material M 5 m
(a)(29) Production of counterfeit trademarks equipment M 5 m
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-heroin
(›1000 g)
F 13 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-heroin (100-1000 g) F 11 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-heroin
(50-‹100 g)
F 10 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-heroin
(10-‹50 g)
F 8 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-heroin
(1-‹10 g)
F 7 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-heroin
(‹1 g)
F 6 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-other narcotics, Sched I & II (›1000 g) F 13 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-other narcotics, Sched I & II (›1000 pills) F 13 3

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).


35 P. S. §  780-113 DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR
RECORD SCORE
POINTS
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-other narcotics, Sched I & II (100-1000 g) F 11 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-other narcotics, Sched I & II (100-1000 pills) F 11 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-other narcotics, Sched I & II (50-‹100 g) F 10 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-other narcotics, Sched I & II (50-‹100 pills) F 10 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-other narcotics, Sched I & II (10-‹50 g) F 8 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-other narcotics, Sched I & II (10-‹50 pills) F 8 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-other narcotics, Sched I & II (1-‹10 g) F 7 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-other narcotics, Sched I & II (1-‹10 pills) F 7 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-other narcotics, Sched I & II (‹1 g) F 6 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-cocaine
(›1000 g)
F 13 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-cocaine
(100-1000 g)
F 11 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-cocaine
(50-‹100 g)
F 10 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-cocaine
(10-‹50 g)
F 8 2
(a)(30)*Possession with intent to deliver-cocaine
(5-‹10 g)
F 7 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-cocaine
(2-‹5 g)
F 6 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-cocaine
(‹2 g)
F 5 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-methamphetamine (›1000 g) F 13 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-methamphetamine (100-1000 g) F 11 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-methamphetamine (50-‹100 g) F 10 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-methamphetamine (10-‹50 g) F 8 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-methamphetamine (2.5-‹10 g) F 7 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).


35 P. S. §  780-113 DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR
RECORD SCORE
POINTS
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-methamphetamine (‹2.5 g) F 6 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-PCP
(›1000 g)
F 13 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-PCP
(100-‹1000 g)
F 11 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-PCP
(50-‹100 g)
F 10 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-PCP
(10-‹50 g)
F 8 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-PCP
(2.5-‹10 g)
F 7 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-PCP
(‹2.5 g)
F 6 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-MDMA
(›1000 g)
F 13 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-MDMA
(100-‹1000 g)
F 11 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-MDMA
(50-‹100 g)
F 10 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-MDMA
(10-‹50 g)
F 8 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-MDMA
(2.5-‹10 g)
F 7 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-MDMA
(‹2.5 g)
F 6 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-marijuana (›1000 lbs.) F 10 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-marijuana (›5000 plants) F 10 3
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-marijuana
(50-1000 lbs.)
F 8 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-marijuana
(51-5000 plants)
F 8 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-marijuana
(10-‹50 lbs.)
F 7 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-marijuana
(21-‹51 plants)
F 7 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-marijuana (1-‹10 lbs.) F 5 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-marijuana
(10-‹21 plants)
F 5 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).


35 P. S. §  780-113 DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR
RECORD SCORE
POINTS
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-marijuana
(‹1 lb.)
F 3 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-marijuana
(‹10 plants)
F 3 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-Sched I F 5 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-Sched II F 5 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-Sched III F 5 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-Sched IV F 5 2
(a)(30)* Possession with intent to deliver-Sched V M 3 m
(a)(31) Possession-small amt. of marijuana (‹=30 g/
‹=8 g hashish)
M 1 m
(a)(31) Possession-small amt. of marijuana (‹=30 g/
‹=8 g hashish): personal use
M 1 m
(a)(31) Possession-small amt. of marijuana (‹=30 g/
‹=8 g hashish): intent to distribute, not sell
M 1 m
(a)(31) Possession-small amt. of marijuana (‹=30 g/
‹=8 g hashish): distribution, not sale
M 1 m
(a)(32) Possession-drug paraphernalia M 1 m
(a)(33) Possession w/ intent to deliver paraphernalia-under 18/3 yrs or more junior M-2 4 m
(a)(33) Possession w/ intent to deliver paraphernalia-not to a minor M 3 m
(a)(34) Place ad for sale of drug paraphernalia M 1 m
(a)(34)Place ad for sale of drug paraphernalia-GHBF52
(a)(35)(i) Illegal sale of noncontrolled substance-intent to distribute F 5 2
(a)(35)(ii) Illegal sale of noncontrolled substance-represent as controlled substance F 5 2
(a)(35)(iii) Illegal sale of noncontrolled substance-distribute for redistribution F 5 2
(a)(36) Possession w/ intent to deliver-designer drugs F 5 2
(a)(37) Possession ›30 doses-anabolic steroid (1st off) M 4 m
(a)(37) Possession ›30 doses-anabolic steroid (2nd/subsq off) M 4 m
(a)(38)(II) Unlawful manufacture-methamphetamine (BI
of child ‹18)
F-2 9 2

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).


35 P. S. §  780-113 DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR
RECORD SCORE
POINTS
(a)(38)(I) Unlawful manufacture-methamphetamine (child ‹18 present) F-3 7 1
(a)(39) Possess ephedrine, etc. w/ intent to manuf. methamphetamine (1st off) M 2 m
(a)(39) Possess ephedrine, etc. w/ intent to manuf. methamphetamine (2nd/subsq off) M 2 m
(a)(40) Retail sale-product containing ephedrine, etc. (1st off) M 2 m
(a)(40) Retail sale-product containing ephedrine, etc. (2nd/subsq off) M 2 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).


35 P. S. §  780-113.1 DESCRIPTION STATUTORY
CLASS
§  303.3
OFFENSE
GRAVITY
SCORE
§  303.7
PRIOR
RECORD SCORE POINTS
(a)(1)(i) Possess liquefied ammonia-purpose other than agriculture/industrial M 3 m
(a)(1)(ii) Possess liquefied ammonia-unapproved container M 3 m
(a)(2) Possess liquefied ammonia-intent to manuf controlled substance F 5 2
(a)(3) Possess red phosphorous-intent to manuf controlled substance F 5 2
(a)(4) Possess esters/salts/etc. w/ intent to manuf controlled substance F 5 2


35 P. S. §  780-113.4 DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
(a)(1) Operate meth lab-create chemical reaction F-2 7 2
(a)(3) Operate meth lab-create chemical reaction (w/in 1000 ft. of school) F-1 8 3
(b)(1) Operate meth lab-stores/disposes substance used in manuf. F-3 5 1


35 P. S. DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
6018.101— 6018.1002 Solid Waste Management Act
Knowingly transports, etc. hazardous waste without permit F-1 9 1
Transports, etc. hazardous waste without permit F-2 7 2
Violation of Act, DER Order, etc. M-3 1 m
691.1—691.1001 Clean Streams Law
Violation of Act, DER Order, etc. M-3 1 m
4001—4015 Air Pollution Control Act
Knowingly releases hazardous air pollutant F-1 9 1
Violation of Act, DER Order, etc. M-2 2 m
Negligently releases hazardous air pollution M-3 1 m

 m = other misdemeanor offenses. See §  303.7(a)(5).

JUDICIAL CODE



42 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
4583.1(a)(1) Agg. jury tampering-employ force/violence (charged crime Mur 1/Mur 2/F-1) F-1 11 4
4583.1(a)(1) Agg. jury tampering-employ force/violence (charged crime F-2) F-2 9 2
4583.1(a)(1) Agg. jury tampering-employ force/violence (any other charged crime) F-3 7 1
4583.1(a)(2) Agg. jury tampering-pecuniary/benefit (charged crime Mur 1/Mur 2/F-1) F-1 11 4
4583.1(a)(2) Agg. jury tampering-pecuniary/benefit (charged crime F-2) F-2 9 2
4583.1(a)(2) Agg. jury tampering-pecuniary/benefit (any other charged crime) F-3 7 1
4583.1(a)(3) Agg. jury tampering-further conspiracy (charged crime Mur 1/Mur 2/F-1) F-1 11 4
4583.1(a)(3) Agg. jury tampering-further conspiracy (charged crime F-2) F-2 9 2
4583.1(a)(3) Agg. jury tampering-further conspiracy (any other charged crime) F-3 7 1
4583.1(a)(4) Agg. jury tampering-accept pecuniary benefit (charged crime Mur 1/Mur 2/F-1) F-1 11 4
4583.1(a)(4) Agg. jury tampering-accept pecuniary benefit (charged crime F-2) F-2 9 2
4583.1(a)(4) Agg. jury tampering-accept pecuniary benefit (any other charged crime) F-3 7 1

VEHICLE LAW OFFENSES



75 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
1543(b)(1.1)(ii) Drive w/ susp. lic. & BAC ›=0.02% /or under influence of controlled subst. (2nd off) M-3 1 m
1543(b)(1.1)(iii) Drive w/ susp. lic. & BAC ›=0.02% /or under influence of controlled subst. (3rd/subsq off) M-1 3 m
1571(a.1) Violations concerning licenses-agents issuing altered driver’s license F-3 5 1
1571(a)(5) Violations concerning licenses-exhibit fictitious driver’s license M-1 3 m
3105(g)(2) Unauth. operation of preemptive device M-3 1 m
3367 Racing on highways (2nd/subsq off) M 1 m
3712(a) Abandonment of vehicles-on highway (3rd/subsq off) M-3 1 m
3712(b) Abandonment of vehicles-public/private property (3rd/subsq off) M-3 1 m
3712.2(a) Stripping abandoned vehicles (2nd/subsq off) F-3 5 1
3712.2(a) Stripping abandoned vehicles (1st off) M-3 1 m
3732(a)* Homicide by vehicle-w/DUI conviction &
active work zone
F-31 10 1
3732(a)* Homicide by vehicle-w/DUI conviction & conviction for 75-3325/75-3327 F-31 10 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).

   



 1 statutory maximum increased by 5 years if offense occurred in active work zone (maximum=12 years)
statutory maximum increased by 5 years if also convicted of 75 §  3325 or 75 §  3327 (maximum=12 years)

 2 statutory maximum increased by 2 years if offense occurred in active work zone (maximum=9 years)
statutory maximum increased by 2 years if also convicted of 75 §  3325 or 75 §  3327 (maximum=9 years)


75 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3732(a)* Homicide by vehicle-w/ DUI conviction F-3 8 1
3732(a)* Homicide by vehicle-active work zone F-31 8 1
3732(a)* Homicide by vehicle-w/ conviction for
75-3325/75-3327
F-31 8 1
3732(a)* Homicide by vehicle F-3 6 1
3732.1(a)* Aggravated assault by vehicle-w/ DUI conviction & active work zone F-32 9 1
3732.1(a)* Aggravated assault by vehicle-w/ DUI conviction & conviction for 75-3325/75-3327 F-32 9 1
3732.1(a)* Aggravated assault by vehicle-w/ DUI conviction F-3 7 1
3732.1(a)* Aggravated assault by vehicle-active work zone F-32 7 1
3732.1(a)* Aggravated assault by vehicle-w/ conviction for 75-3325/75-3327 F-32 7 1
3732.1(a)* Aggravated assault by vehicle F-3 5 1
3733(a) Fleeing or eluding police officer M-2 2 m
3733(a) Fleeing or eluding police officer-with DUI/
cross state line/high-speed chase
F-3 5 1
3735(a) Homicide by vehicle while DUI F-2 10 2
3735.1(a) Aggravated assault by vehicle while DUI F-2 9 2
3742(a) Accident involving death/personal injury-failure to stop (death) F-2 9 2
3742(a) Accident involving death/personal injury-failure to stop (SBI) F-3 5 1
3742(a) Accident involving death/personal injury-failure to stop (injury) M-1 3 m
3742.1(a) Accident involving death/personal injury-not properly licensed (death) F-3 6 1
3742.1(a) Accident involving death/personal injury-not properly licensed (SBI) F-3 5 1
3742.1(a) Accident involving death/personal injury-not properly licensed M-2 2 m
3743(a) Accident involving damage to attended vehicle or property M-3 1 m
3802 Driving under the influence of alcohol or controlled substance (DUI) (See mandatory provisions §  303.9(i))§  303.7(a)

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).

   



 1 statutory maximum increased by 5 years if offense occurred in active work zone (maximum=12 years)
statutory maximum increased by 5 years if also convicted of 75 §  3325 or 75 §  3327 (maximum=12 years)

 2 statutory maximum increased by 2 years if offense occurred in active work zone (maximum=9 years)
statutory maximum increased by 2 years if also convicted of 75 §  3325 or 75 §  3327 (maximum=9 years)


75 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3802(a)(1) DUI-general impairment/incapable of safe driving (1st off) M 1 m
3802(a)(1) DUI-general impairment/incapable of safe driving (2nd off) M 1 1
3802(a)(1) DUI-general impairment/incapable of safe driving (3rd/subsq off) M-2 3 1
3802(a)(1) DUI-general impairment/incapable of safe driving (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(a)(1) DUI-incapable of safe driving: refused testing (1st off) M 1 m
3802(a)(1) DUI-incapable of safe driving: refused testing (2nd off) M-1 5 1
3802(a)(1) DUI-incapable of safe driving: refused testing (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1
3802(a)(1) DUI-incapable of safe driving: refused testing (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(a)(1) DUI-incapable of safe driving: accident w/BI/SBI/death (1st off) M 1 m
3802(a)(1) DUI-incapable of safe driving: accident w/BI/SBI/death (2nd off) M 1 1
3802(a)(1) DUI-incapable of safe driving: accident w/BI/SBI/death (3rd off) M-1 5 1
3802(a)(1) DUI-incapable of safe driving: accident w/BI/SBI/death (4th/subsq off) M-1 5 1
3802(a)(1) DUI-incapable of safe driving: accident w/BI/SBI/death (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(a)(1) DUI-incapable of safe driving: damage to vehicle/property (1st off) M 1 m
3802(a)(1) DUI-incapable of safe driving: damage to vehicle/property (2nd off) M 1 1
3802(a)(1) DUI-incapable of safe driving: damage to vehicle/property (3rd off) M-1 5 1
3802(a)(1) DUI-incapable of safe driving: damage to vehicle/property (4th/subsq off) M-1 5 1
3802(a)(1) DUI-incapable of safe driving: damage to vehicle/property (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(a)(2) DUI-general impairment: BAC .08-‹.10 (1st off) M 1 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).

   



 1 statutory maximum increased by 5 years if offense occurred in active work zone (maximum=12 years)
statutory maximum increased by 5 years if also convicted of 75 §  3325 or 75 §  3327 (maximum=12 years)

 2 statutory maximum increased by 2 years if offense occurred in active work zone (maximum=9 years)
statutory maximum increased by 2 years if also convicted of 75 §  3325 or 75 §  3327 (maximum=9 years)


75 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3802(a)(2) DUI-general impairment: BAC .08-‹.10 (2nd off) M 1 1
3802(a)(2) DUI-general impairment: BAC .08-‹.10 (3rd/subsq off) M-2 3 1
3802(a)(2) DUI-general impairment: BAC .08-‹.10 (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(b) DUI-high rate of alcohol: BAC .10-‹ .16 (1st off) M 1 m
3802(b) DUI-high rate of alcohol: BAC .10-‹ .16 (2nd off) M 1 1
3802(b) DUI-high rate of alcohol: BAC .10-‹ .16 (3rd off) M-1 5 1
3802(b) DUI-high rate of alcohol: BAC .10-‹.16 (4th/subsq off) M-1 5 1
3802(b) DUI-high rate of alcohol: BAC .10-‹.16 (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(c) DUI-highest rate of alcohol: BAC ›=.16 (1st off) M 1 m
3802(c) DUI-highest rate of alcohol: BAC ›=.16 (2nd off) M-1 5 1
3802(c) DUI-highest rate of alcohol: BAC ›=.16 (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1
3802(c) DUI-highest rate of alcohol: BAC ›=.16 (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(1)(i) DUI-controlled substances: Sched I (1st off) M 1 m
3802(d)(1)(i) DUI-controlled substances: Sched I (2nd off) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(1)(i) DUI-controlled substances: Sched I (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(1)(i) DUI-controlled substances: Sched I (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(1)(ii) DUI-controlled substances: Sched II/III (1st off) M 1 m
3802(d)(1)(ii)DUI-controlled substances: Sched II/III (2nd off) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(1)(ii) DUI-controlled substances: Sched II/III (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(1)(ii) DUI-controlled substances: Sched II/III (minor occupant) M-1 5 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).

   



 1 statutory maximum increased by 5 years if offense occurred in active work zone (maximum=12 years)
statutory maximum increased by 5 years if also convicted of 75 §  3325 or 75 §  3327 (maximum=12 years)

 2 statutory maximum increased by 2 years if offense occurred in active work zone (maximum=9 years)
statutory maximum increased by 2 years if also convicted of 75 §  3325 or 75 §  3327 (maximum=9 years)


75 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3802(d)(1)(iii) DUI-controlled substances: metabolite of Sched I/II/III (1st off) M 1 m
3802(d)(1)(iii) DUI-controlled substances: metabolite of Sched I/II/III (2nd off) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(1)(iii) DUI-controlled substances: metabolite of Sched I/II/III (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(1)(iii) DUI-controlled substances: metabolite of Sched I/II/III (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(2) DUI-controlled substances & incapable of safe driving (1st off) M 1 m
3802(d)(2) DUI-controlled substances & incapable of safe driving (2nd off) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(2) DUI-controlled substances & incapable of safe driving (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(2) DUI-controlled substances & incapable of safe driving (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(3) DUI-controlled substances & alcohol & incapable of safe driving (1st off) M 1 m
3802(d)(3) DUI-controlled substances & alcohol & incapable of safe driving (2nd off) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(3) DUI-controlled substances & alcohol & incapable of safe driving (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(3) DUI-controlled substances & alcohol & incapable of safe driving (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(4) DUI-controlled substances: solvent, etc. (1st off) M 1 m
3802(d)(4) DUI-controlled substances: solvent, etc. ( 2nd off) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(4) DUI-controlled substances: solvent, etc. (3rd/subsq off) M-1 5 1
3802(d)(4) DUI-controlled substances: solvent, etc. (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(e) DUI-minor driver (1st off) M 1 m
3802(e) DUI-minor driver (2nd off) M 1 1
3802(e) DUI-minor driver (3rd off) M-1 5 1
3802(e) DUI-minor driver (4th/subsq off) M-1 5 1
3802(e) DUI-minor driver (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(f)(1)(i) DUI-commercial vehicles (1st off) M 1 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).

   



 1 statutory maximum increased by 5 years if offense occurred in active work zone (maximum=12 years)
statutory maximum increased by 5 years if also convicted of 75 §  3325 or 75 §  3327 (maximum=12 years)

 2 statutory maximum increased by 2 years if offense occurred in active work zone (maximum=9 years)
statutory maximum increased by 2 years if also convicted of 75 §  3325 or 75 §  3327 (maximum=9 years)


75 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3802(f)(1)(i) DUI-commercial vehicles (2nd off) M 1 1
3802(f)(1)(i) DUI-commercial vehicles (3rd off) M-1 6 1
3802(f)(1)(i) DUI-commercial vehicles (4th/subsq off) M-1 7 1
3802(f)(1)(i) DUI-commercial vehicles (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(f)(1)(ii) DUI-school vehicles (1st off) M 1 m
3802(f)(1)(ii) DUI-school vehicles (2nd off M 1 1
3802(f)(1)(ii) DUI-school vehicles (3rd off) M-1 6 1
3802(f)(1)(ii) DUI-school vehicles (4th/subsq off) M-1 7 1
3802(f)(1)(ii) DUI-school vehicles (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(f)(2) DUI-commercial/school vehicles & incapable of safe driving (1st off) M 1 m
3802(f)(2) DUI-commercial/school vehicles & incapable of safe driving (2nd off) M 1 1
3802(f)(2) DUI-commercial/school vehicles & incapable of safe driving (3rd off) M-1 6 1
3802(f)(2) DUI-commercial/school vehicles & incapable of safe driving (4th/subsq off) M-1 7 1
3802(f)(2) DUI-commercial/school vehicles & incapable of safe driving (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(f)(3) DUI-commercial/school vehicles & controlled substances (1st off) M 1 m
3802(f)(3) DUI-commercial/school vehicles & controlled substances (2nd off) M 1 1
3802(f)(3) DUI-commercial/school vehicles & controlled substances (3rd off) M-1 6 1
3802(f)(3) DUI-commercial/school vehicles & controlled substances (4th/subsq) M-1 7 1
3802(f)(3) DUI-commercial/school vehicles & controlled substances (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3802(f)(4) DUI-commercial/school vehicles & controlled substances & alcohol (1st off) M 1 m
3802(f)(4) DUI-commercial/school vehicles & controlled substances & alcohol (2nd off) M 1 1
3802(f)(4) DUI-commercial/school vehicles & controlled substances & alcohol (3rd off) M-1 6 1
3802(f)(4) DUI-commercial/school vehicles & controlled substances & alcohol (4th/subsq off) M-1 7 1

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).

   



 1 statutory maximum increased by 5 years if offense occurred in active work zone (maximum=12 years)
statutory maximum increased by 5 years if also convicted of 75 §  3325 or 75 §  3327 (maximum=12 years)

 2 statutory maximum increased by 2 years if offense occurred in active work zone (maximum=9 years)
statutory maximum increased by 2 years if also convicted of 75 §  3325 or 75 §  3327 (maximum=9 years)


75 Pa.C.S. §  DESCRIPTION STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR RECORD SCORE POINTS
3802(f)(4) DUI-commercial/school vehicles & controlled substances & alcohol (minor occupant) M-1 5 1
3808(a)(1) Illegally operating motor vehicle not equipped with ignition interlock-no BAC M 1 m
3808(a)(2) Illegally operating motor vehicle not equipped with ignition interlock-BAC ›=.025) M-3 1 m
3808(b) Tampering with ignition interlock system-using/
providing breath sample
M 1 m
6308(d) Investigation by police officers-records M-3 1 m
6503.1 Habitual offenders M-2 2 m
7111 Deal in titles/plates for stolen vehicles M-1 3 m
7112 False report of theft or conversion of vehicle M-3 1 m
7121 False application for title or registration M-1 3 m
7122 Altered/forged/counterfeit title/plates M-1 3 m
8306(b) Willful violation-hazardous materials transportation regs (1st off) M-3 1 m
8306(c) Subsq willful violation-hazardous materials transportation regs (w/in 2 yrs) M-2 2 m

 * = subcategorized offenses. See §  303.3(b).
m = other misdemeanor offense. See §  303.7(a)(5).

   



 1 statutory maximum increased by 5 years if offense occurred in active work zone (maximum=12 years)
statutory maximum increased by 5 years if also convicted of 75 §  3325 or 75 §  3327 (maximum=12 years)

 2 statutory maximum increased by 2 years if offense occurred in active work zone (maximum=9 years)
statutory maximum increased by 2 years if also convicted of 75 §  3325 or 75 §  3327 (maximum=9 years)

OMNIBUS ASSIGNMENTS



OMNIBUS ASSIGNMENTS STATUTORY CLASS §  303.3 OFFENSE GRAVITY SCORE §  303.7
PRIOR
RECORD POINTS
Offenses not otherwise listed and new offenses: F-1 8 3
F-2 7 2
F-3 5 1
Felony Not Classified 5 1
M-1 3 m
M-2 2 m
M-3 1 m
Misdemeanor Not Classified 1 m

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.15 adopted February 15, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; corrected March 28, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1548; corrected May 16, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 2413; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; corrected April 29, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 2599; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655; amended June 27, 2014, effective September 26, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 4071. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (367943) to (368020) and (371463).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.2 (relating to procedure for determining the guideline sentence); 204 Pa. Code §  303.3 (relating to Offense Gravity Score—general); 204 Pa. Code §  303.4 (relating to Prior Record Score—categories); 204 Pa. Code §  303.7 (relating to Prior Record Score—guideline points scoring); and 204 Pa. Code §  303.8 (relating to Prior Record Score—miscellaneous).

§ 303.16(a). Basic Sentencing Matrix.



Level OGS Example Offenses Prior Record Score
0 1 2 3 4 5 RFEL REVOC
AGG/
MIT
LEVEL
5
State
Incar
14 Murder 3
Inchoate Murder (SBI)
Rape (victim ‹13 yrs)
72-SL 84-SL 96-SL 120-SL 168-SL 192-SL 204-SL SL [tilde ]/-12
13Inchoate Murder (No SBI)
Weapons Mass Destr-Use
PWID Cocaine (›1,000 g)
60-7866-8472-9078-9684-10296-114108-126240+/-12
12 Rape-Forcible Compulsion
IDSI-Forcible Compulsion
Robbery-Inflicts SBI
48-66 54-72 60-78 66-84 72-90 84-102 96-114 120 +/- 12
11 Agg Assault-Cause SBI
Voluntary Manslaughter
Sexual Assault
PWID Cocaine (100-1,000 g)
36-54 BC 42-60 48-66 54-72 60-78 72-90 84-102 120 +/- 12
10 Kidnapping
Agg Indecent Assault F2
Arson-Person in Building
Hom by Vehicle-DUI & Work Zone
PWID Cocaine (50-‹100 g)
22-36 BC 30-42 BC 36-48 BC 42-54 48-60 60-72 72-84 120 +/- 12
9Sexual Exploitation of Children
Robbery-Commit/Threat F1/F2
Burglary-Home/Person Present
Arson-No Person in Building
12-24 BC18-30 BC24-36 BC30-42 BC36-48 BC48-60 60-72 120+/-12
LEVEL
4
State Incar/
RIP trade
8 (F1)Agg Assault-Cause BI w/DW
Theft (Firearm)
Identy theft (3rd/+ & Vic›=60 yrs)
Hom by Veh-DUI or Work Zone
Theft (›$100,000)
PWID Cocaine (10-‹50 g)
9-16 BC12-18 BC15-21 BC18-24 BC21-27 BC27-33 BC 40-52NA +/-9
LEVEL
3
State/
Cnty Incar RIP
trade
7 (F2)Robbery-Inflicts/Threatens BI
Burglary-Home/No Person Present
Statutory Sexual Assualt
Theft (›$50,000-$100,000)
Identity Theft (3rd/subq)
PWID Cocaine (5-‹10 g)
6-14 BC9-16 BC12-18 BC15-21 BC18-24 BC24-30 BC35-45 BCNA +/-6
6Agg Assault-Cause Fear of SBI
Homicide by Vehicle
Burglary-Not a Home/Person Prsnt
Theft (›$25,000-$50,000)
Arson-Endanger Property
PWID Cocaine (2‹5 g)
3-12 BC6-14 BC9-16 BC12-18 BC15-21 BC21-27 BC27-40 BC NA+/-6
LEVEL 2
Cnty Incar RIP RS
5 (F3)Burglary F2
Theft (›$2000-$25,000)
Bribery
PWID Marij (1‹10 lbs)
RS-91-12 BC3-14 BC6-16 BC9-16 BC12-18 BC 24-36 BCNA+/-3
4Indecent Assault M2
Forgery (Money, Stocks)
Weapon on School Property
Crim Trespass F2
RS-3RS-9RS-‹123-14 BC6-16 BC9-16 BC21-30 BCNA+/-3
3 (M1)Simple Assault-Attempt/Cause BI
Theft ($200-$2000)
Carrying Explosives
Simple Possession
RS-1RS-6RS-9RS-‹123-14 BC6-16 BC12-18 BCNA+/-3
LEVEL
1
RS
2 (M2)Theft ($50-‹$200)
Retail Theft (1st/2nd Offense)
Bad Checks ($500-‹$1,000)
RSRS-2RS-3RS-4RS-61-96-‹12NA+/-3
1 (M3)Most Misd. 3’s; Theft (‹$50)
DUI (M)
Poss. Small Amount Marij.
RSRS-1RS-2RS-3RS-4RS-63-6NA+/-3

 1. Designated areas of the matrix indicate restrictive intermediate punishments may be imposed as a substitute for incarceration.

 2. When restrictive intermediate punishments are appropriate, the duration of the restrictive intermediate punishment programs are recommended not to exceed the guideline ranges.

 3. When the range is RS through a number of months (e.g. RS-6), RIP may be appropriate.

 4. All numbers in sentence recommendations suggest months of minimum confinement pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. 9755(b) and 9756(b).

 5. Statutory classification (e.g., F1, F2, etc.) in brackets reflect the omnibus OGS assignment for the given grade.

 

Key:
BC = boot camp RIP = restrictive intermediate punishments
CNTY = county RS = restorative sanctions
INCAR = incarceration SBI = serious bodily injury
PWID = possession with intent to deliver SL = statutory limit (longest minimum sentence)
REVOC = repeat violent offender category [tilde ] = no recommendation (aggravated sentence would exceed statutory limit)
RFEL = repeat felony 1 and felony 2 offender category ‹ ; › = less than; greater than

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.16 adopted February 15, 1994, effective August 12, 1994, 24 Pa.B. 2483; amended March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; renumbered as §  303.16(a) and amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655; corrected April 4, 2014, effective September 27, 2013, 44 Pa.B. 1967. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (368022) to (368025).

Notes of Decisions

   Consecutive Sentence

   In imposing a sentence, the trial judge may determine whether, given the facts of a particular case, a sentence should run consecutive to or concurrent with another sentence being imposed; trial judge clearly disclosed his reasons for sentencing appellant to consecutive sentences, i.e., appellant sold an unregistered security to 69 elderly victims, defrauding them of over $2.5 million and causing them great hardship and financial distress. Commonwealth v. Perry, 883 A.2d 599, 603—604 (Pa. Super. 2005).

   Ineffective Assistance of Counsel

   Trial counsel rendered ineffective assistance by not filing a post-sentence motion challenging excessiveness of defendant’s sentence for drug offenses; defendant was sentenced to a minimum of 120 months which was over five times the aggravated sentence of 22 months. Commonwealth v. Green, 957 A.2d 1238, 1242 (Pa. Super. 2008).

   Range of Sentence

   The standard range designated in the sentencing guidelines is the standard range for the minimum sentence. Dunn v. Colleran, 247 F.3d 450 (3rd Cir. 2001).

   Sentencing Outside Guideline Recommendations

   Sentencing court abused its discretion in imposing the statutory maximum sentences on each respective criminal court where the court failed to make a legally sufficient contemporaneous statement on the record and where the court advanced reasons for imposing a sentence in the aggravated range and then imposed sentence outside of the guidelines. Commonwealth v. Wagner, 702 A.2d 1084 (Pa. Super. 1997).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.9 (relating to guideline sentence recommendation: general); and 204 Pa. Code §  303.12 (relating to guideline sentence recommendations: sentencing programs).

§ 303.16(b). Basic Sentencing Matrix for Offenders Under Age 18 Convicted of 1st or 2nd Degree Murder.



Sentencing Guideline Recommendations for Murder of 1st or 2nd Degree If Offender
is Under Age 18 at the Time of the Offense and the Conviction Occurred After June 24, 2012
OGS
Prior Record Score
0 1 2 3 4 5 RFEL REVOC Agg/Mit
Murder of 1st Degree
Offender Age 15 to ‹1815 420-Life456-Life 492-Life 552-Life 612-Life 672-Life 732-Life LWOP +/-60**
Offender Age ‹1515 300-Life 324-Life 348-Life 396-Life 444-Life 492-Life 540-Life LWOP +/-48**
Murder of 2nd Degree
Offender Age 15 to ‹1815 360-624 384-624 408-624 444-624 480-624 516-624 552-624 588-624 +/-36**
Offender Age ‹1515 240-588 252-588 264-588 288-588 312-588 336-588 360-588 384-588 +/-24**

 1. Murder of the 1st Degree also includes 1st Degree Murder of Unborn Child and 1st Degree Murder of Law Enforcement Officer

 2. Murder of the 2nd Degree also includes 2nd Degree Murder of Unborn Child and 2nd Degree Murder of Law Enforcement Officer

 3. LWOP = Life without Parole

 4. The Offense Gravity Score (OGS) of 15 is assigned only for Muder 1 and Murder 2 when committed by offenders under age 18.

 5. Commonwealth must provide reasonable notice to offender of its intention to seek a sentence of life imprisonment without parole for Murder of 1st Degree (18 Pa.C.S. §  1102.1(b).

 6. A mitigated sentence cannot be less than the mandatory minimum sentence established in statute (18 Pa.C.S. §  1102.1)

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.16(b) adopted June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655; amended June 27, 2014, effective September 26, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 4071. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (371468).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.9 (relating to guideline sentence recommendation: general).

§ 303.17(a). Deadly Weapon Enhancement/Possessed Matrix.



Level OGS Deadly Weapon Prior Record Score
0 1 2 3 4 5 RFEL REVOC
AGG/MIT
Level
5
14 Possessed 81-SL 93-SL 105-SL 129-SL 177-SL 201-SL 213-SL 240 [tilde ]/- 12
13 Possessed 69-87 75-93 81-99 87-105 93-111 105-123 117-135 240 +/-12
12 Possessed 57-75 63-81 69-87 75-93 81-99 93-111 105-123 120 +/-12
11 Possessed 45-63 51-69 57-75 63-81 69-87 81-99 93-111 120 +/-12
10 Possessed 31-45 39-51 45-57 51-63 57-69 69-81 81-93 120 +/-12
9 Possessed 21-33 27-39 33-45 39-51 45-57 57-69 69-81 120 +/-12
Level
4
8 Possessed 15-22 18-24 21-27 24-30 27-33 33-39 46-58 NA +/-9
7 Possessed 12-20 15-22 18-24 21-27 24-30 30-36 41-51 NA +/-6
6 Possessed 9-18 12-20 15-22 18-24 21-27 27-33 33-46 NA +/-6
Level
3
5 Possessed 6-15 7-18 9-20 12-22 15-22 18-24 30-42 NA +/-3
4 Possessed 3-6 3-12 3-‹15 6-17 9-19 12-19 24-33 NA +/-3
3 Possessed 3-4 3-9 3-12 3-‹15 6-17 9-19 15-21 NA +/-3
2 Possessed 3-3 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-9 4-12 9-‹15 NA +/-3
1 Possessed 3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-9 6-9 NA +/-3

 1. Level 3 and Level 4 indicate restrictive intermediate punishments may be substituted for incarceration.

 2. When county intermediate punishment is appropriate, the duration of the restrictive intermediate punishment program(s) shall not exceed the guideline ranges.

 3. The mitigated recommendation is never less than three months (§  303.10(a)).

 4. All numbers in sentence recommendations suggest months of minimum confinement pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. §  9755(b) and §  9756(b).

 5. If the standard range includes the statutory limit, there is no aggravated recommendation.

 6. If any recommendation is longer than the statutory limit, see §  303.9(g).

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.17 adopted March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; corrected March 28, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1548; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; renumbered as §  303.17(a) and amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655; amended June 27, 2014, effective September 26, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 4071. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (368027) to (368028).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.9 (relating to guideline sentence recommendation: general); and 204 Pa. Code §  303.10 (relating to guideline sentence recommendations: enhancements).

§ 303.17(b). Deadly Weapon Enhancement/Used Matrix.

   

Level OGS Deadly Weapon Prior Record Score
0 1 2 3 4 5 RFEL REVOC
AGG/MIT
Level
5
14 Used 90-SL 102-SL 114-SL 138-SL 186-SL 210-SL 222-SL SL [tilde ]/- 12
13 Used 78-96 84-102 90-108 96-114 102-120 114-132 126-144 240 +/-12
12 Used 66-84 72-90 78-96 84-102 90-108 102-120 114-132 120 +/-12
11 Used 54-72 60-78 66-84 72-90 78-96 90-108 102-120 120 +/-12
10 Used 40-54 48-60 54-66 60-72 66-78 78-90 90-102 120 +/-12
9 Used 30-42 36-48 42-54 48-60 54-66 66-78 78-90 120 +/-12
Level
4
8 Used 21-28 24-30 27-33 30-36 33-39 39-45 52-64 NA +/-9
7 Used 18-26 21-28 24-30 27-33 30-36 36-42 47-57 NA +/-6
6 Used 15-24 18-26 21-28 24-30 27-33 33-39 39-52 NA +/-6
5 Used 12-21 13-24 15-26 18-28 21-28 24-30 36-48 NA +/-3
Level
3
4 Used 6-9 6-15 6-‹18 9-20 12-22 15-22 27-36 NA +/-3
3 Used 6-7 6-12 6-15 6-‹18 9-20 12-22 18-24 NA +/-3
2 Used 6-6 6-8 6-9 6-10 6-12 7-15 12-‹18 NA +/-3
1 Used 6-6 6-7 6-8 6-9 6-10 6-12 9-12 NA +/-3

 1. Level 3 and Level 4 indicate restrictive intermediate punishments may be substituted for incarceration.

 2. When county intermediate punishment is appropriate, the duration of the restrictive intermediate punishment program shall not exceed the guideline ranges.

 3. The mitigated recommendation is never less than six months (§  303.10(a)).

 4. All numbers in sentence recommendations suggest months of minimum confinement pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. §  9755(b) and §  9756(b).

 5. If the standard range includes the statutory limit, there is no aggravated recommendation.

 6. If any recommendation is longer than the statutory limit, see §  303.9(g).

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.18 adopted March 14, 1997, effective June 13, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1252; corrected March 28, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 1548; amended February 9, 2005, effective June 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1508; amended September 5, 2008, effective December 5, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4971; amended September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; renumbered as §  303.17(b) and amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655; amended June 27, 2014, effective September 26, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 4071. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (368029) to (368030).

Notes of Decisions

   Sentence Outside Guidelenes’ Recommendations

   Where the defendant fired a deadly weapon in connection with the offense to which he entered a guilty plea, and the court noted the standard range in light of the deadly weapon enhancement, the court’s imposition of a sentence beyond the standard range was an abuse of discretion where the record indicates the judge failed to consider all factors relevant to the determination of a proper sentence. Commonwealth v. Ritchey, 779 A.2d 1183 (Pa. Super. 2001).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.9 (relating to guideline sentence recommendation: general); and 204 Pa. Code §  303.10 (relating to guideline sentence recommendations: enhancements).

§ 303.18(a). Youth Enhancement Matrix.



Level OGS Prior Record Score
0
1 2 3 4 5 RFEL REVOC
Agg/Mit
5 14 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA [tilde ]/-12
13 66-90 72-96 78-102 84-108 90-114 102-126 114-138 240 +/-12
12 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA +/-12
11 42-66 48-72 54-78 60-84 66-90 78-102 90-114 120 +/-12
10 28-48 36-54 42-60 48-66 54-72 66-84 78-96 120 +/-12
9 18-36 24-42 30-48 36-54 42-60 54-72 66-84 120 +/-12
4 815-28 18-30 21-33 24-36 27-39 33-45 46-64 NA +/-9
712-26 15-28 18-30 21-33 24-36 30-42 41-57 NA +/-6
3 6 9-2412 -26 15-28 18-30 21-33 27-39 33-52 NA +/-6
5 6-21 7-24 9-26 12-28 15-28 18-30 30-48 NA +/-3
4 6-15 6-21 6-‹24 9-26 12-28 15-28 27-42 NA +/-3
3 6-13 6-18 6-21 6-‹24 9-26 12-28 18-30 NA +/-3

 1. This enhancement may only be applied to violations of 35 P. S. §  780-113(a)(14) and (a)(30).

 2. Levels 3 and 4 indicate restrictive intermediate punishments may be substituted for incarceration.

 3. When county intermediate punishment is appropriate, the duration of the restrictive intermediate punishment program shall not exceed the guideline ranges.

 4. The mitigated recommendation is never less than six months (§  303.10(b)).

 5. All numbers in sentence recommendations suggest months of minimum confinement pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. §  9755(b) and §  9756(b).

 6. If the standard range includes the statutory limit, there is no aggravated recommendation.

 7. If any recommendation is longer than the statutory limit, see §  303.9(g).

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.19 adopted September 13, 2012, effective December 28, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 6072; renumbered as §  303.18(a) and amended June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655; amended June 27, 2014, effective September 26, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 4071. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (368031) to (368032).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.9 (relating to guideline sentence recommendation: general).

§ 303.18(b). School Enhancement Matrix.



Level OGS Prior Record Score
0
1 2 3 4 5 RFEL REVOC
Agg/Mit
5 14 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA [tilde ]/-12
13 72-102 78-108 84-114 90-120 96-126 108-138 120-150 240 +/-12
12 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA +/-12
11 48-78 54-84 60-90 66-96 72-102 84-114 96-120 120 +/-12
10 34-60 42-66 48-72 54-78 60-84 72-96 84-108 120 +/-12
9 24-48 30-54 36-60 42-66 48-72 60-84 72-96 120 +/-12
4 8 21-40 24-42 27-45 30-48 33-51 39-57 52-76 NA +/-9
7 18-38 21-40 24-42 27-45 30-48 36-54 47-69 NA +/-6
6 15-36 18-38 21-40 24-42 27-45 33-51 39-64 NA +/-6
5 12-33 13-36 15-38 18-40 21-40 24-42 36-60 NA +/-3
4 12-27 12-33 12-‹36 15-38 18-40 21-40 33-54 NA +/-3
3 12-25 12-30 12-33 12-‹36 15-38 18-40 24-42 NA +/-3

 1. This enhancement may only be applied to violations of 35 P.S. §  780-113(a)(14) and (a)(30).

 2. Level 4 indicates restrictive intermediate punishments may be substituted for incarceration.

 3. When county intermediate punishment is appropriate, the duration of the restrictive intermediate punishment program shall not exceed the guideline ranges.

 4. The mitigated recommendation is never less than twelve months (§  303.10(b)).

 5. All numbers in sentence recommendations suggest months of minimum confinement pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. §  9755(b) and §  9756(b).

 6. If the standard range includes the statutory limit, there is no aggravated recommendation.

 7. If any recommendation is longer than the statutory limit, see §  303.9(g).

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.18(b) adopted June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655; amended June 27, 2014, effective September 26, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 4071. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (368033) to (368034).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.9 (relating to guideline sentence recommendation: general).

§ 303.18(c). Youth and School Enhancement Matrix.



Level OGS Prior Record Score
0
1 2 3 4 5 RFEL REVOC
Agg/Mit
5 14 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA [tilde ]/-12
13 78-114 84-120 90-126 96-132 102-138 114-150 126-162 240 +/-12
12 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA +/-12
11 54-90 60-96 66-102 72-108 78-114 90-120 102-120 120 +/-12
10 40-72 48-78 54-84 60-90 66-96 78-108 90-120 120 +/-12
9 30-60 36-66 42-72 48-78 54-84 66-96 78-108 120 +/-12
4 8 27-52 30-54 33-57 36-60 39-63 45-69 58-88 NA +/-9
7 24-50 27-52 30-54 33-57 36-60 42-66 53-81 NA +/-6
6 21-48 24-50 27-52 30-54 33-57 39-63 45-76 NA +/-6
5 18-45 19-48 21-50 24-52 27-52 30-54 42-72 NA +/-3
4 18-39 18-45 18-‹48 21-50 24-52 27-52 39-66 NA +/-3
3 18-37 18-42 18-45 18-‹48 21-50 24-52 30-54 NA +/-3

 1. This enhancement may only be applied to violations of 35 P.S. §  780-113(a)(14) and (a)(30).

 2. Level 4 indicates restrictive intermediate punishments may be substituted for incarceration.

 3. When county intermediate punishment is appropriate, the duration of the restrictive intermediate punishment program shall not exceed the guideline ranges.

 4. The mitigated recommendation is never less than eighteen months (§  303.10(b)).

 5. All numbers in sentence recommendations suggest months of minimum confinement pursuant to 42 Pa.C.S. §  9755(b) and §  9756(b).

 6. If the standard range includes the statutory limit, there is no aggravated recommendation.

 7. If any recommendation is longer than the statutory limit, see §  303.9(g).

Source

   The provisions of this §  303.18(c) adopted June 6, 2013, effective September 27, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3655; amended June 27, 2014, effective September 26, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 4701. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (368035) to (368036).

Cross References

   This section cited in 204 Pa. Code §  303.9 (relating to guideline sentence recommendation: general).



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