Forfeiture of gain acquired through criminal activity.
(c) If the jury finds that the defendant is a status offender, the trial judge shall enter judgment according to the provisions of this Article. (a) A person who is convicted of a firearm-related felony and is also convicted of the status offense must, upon conviction or plea of guilty under indictment as provided in this Article, be sentenced as a Class C felon (except where the felon has been sentenced as a Class A, B1, or B2 felon).
Except that the same jury may be used, the proceedings shall be as if the issue of status offender were a principal charge.
The court may not suspend the sentence and may not place the person sentenced on probation. Crimes committed by use of unmanned aircraft systems.
If the jury finds that the defendant is not a status offender, the trial judge shall pronounce judgment on the principal firearm-related felony offense as provided by law. However, in no case shall the person receive a minimum term of imprisonment of less than 120 months.
However, if a person who heretofore would have been guilty and punishable as an accessory before the fact is convicted of a capital felony, and the jury finds that his conviction was based solely on the uncorroborated testimony of one or more principals, coconspirators, or accessories to the crime, he shall be guilty of a Class B2 felony. If the jury finds that the defendant is a violent habitual felon, the trial judge shall enter judgment according to the provisions of this Article. A person who is convicted of a violent felony and of being a violent habitual felon must, upon conviction (except where the death penalty is imposed), be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole. (a) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (a1) of this section, any person who engages in a continuing criminal enterprise shall be punished as a Class H felon and in addition shall be subject to the forfeiture prescribed in subsection (b) of this section. (b) An indictment that charges a person with being a status offender must set forth all of the following information regarding the prior firearm-related felony: (1) The date the offense was committed.