Disqualification penalty periods may be different than those referred to an Administrative Disqualification Hearing (ADH). This table shows the lengths of disqualification for clients found guilty in a court case.
|Disqualification Period – Court Cases|
|Court may specify the length of disqualification – this overrides periods listed here|
|1st Offense involving controlled substances||2 years|
|2nd Offense involving controlled substances||Permanent|
|1st Offense involving firearms, ammunition, or explosives||Permanent|
|Convicted of trafficking SNAP benefits for aggregate amount of $500 or more||Permanent|
|ADH decision finds that the person made a fraudulent statement with respect to identity or residence in order to receive multiple SNAP benefits||Permanent|