Delaware Code Title 11. Crimes and Criminal Procedure § 1256. Promoting prison contraband;  class F felony;  class A misdemeanor

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A person is guilty of promoting prison contraband when:

(1) The person knowingly and unlawfully introduces any contraband into a detention facility;  or

(2) The person possesses with intent to deliver any contraband to any person confined within a detention facility;  or

(3) Being a person confined in a detention facility, the person knowingly and unlawfully makes, obtains or possesses any contraband.

Promoting prison contraband is a class A misdemeanor except that if the prison contraband is a deadly weapon, cellular telephone, or any prohibited electronic device not specifically authorized or approved by the Commissioner or designee, any illegal narcotic or look-a-like substance, any prescription medication, or any item or article that could be used to facilitate an escape, it is a class F felony.

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