The ICC have chosen to amend Cricket Law 24 (Penalty of an Illegal Delivery), as a result of the Spot Fixing Controversy occurred last year, and the Umpires have been authorized to send the culprit Bowler and the fielding Captain to Jail.
In Cricket a No Ball is a penalty against the Fielding Team, usually as a result of an illegal delivery by the Bowler. The delivery of a No Ball normally results in one run to be credited to the Batting Team's score, and an additional ball must be bowled. In addition, the Umpires have been authorized to send the culprit Bowler and the fielding Captain to Jail for up to three years, depending on the size of No Ball, i.e. the smaller the No Ball the longer the punishment.