Any sentence imposed by the court may have a number of consequences, which may include but are not limited to any of the following:
- Loss of the right to vote
- Loss of the right to possess a firearm of any kind
- Loss of the right to associate with known criminals
- Registration as a sex offender
- Increased penalties in future convictions
- Registration as a narcotics offender
Some of these collateral consequences may be removed in certain cases by expungement, or on a motion to the court.