misdemeanour

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12/04: Shane Ingram, 40, of White Hall, pleaded guilty criminal damage to property, a Class 4 felony and leaving the scene, a Class A misdemeanor.
Among other things, felonies threaten more severe penalties than misdemeanors, but they also trigger more procedural safeguards.
Ron Reynolds, D-Missouri City, no longer formally stands accused of felony ambulance chasing after the Montgomery County District Attorney's office dropped those charges and refiled the allegations as misdemeanors.
INTRODUCTION: MISDEMEANORS IN THE AGE OF MASS INCARCERATION
Similarly, financial crimes not exceeding $500, previously $300, are punishable as Class A misdemeanors.
Marshal positions, says too little is done to educate minority students about misdemeanors.
If approved, the city would be able to fine for certain misdemeanors or infractions that now have to go through the court system.
Even if there were misdemeanors and shortcomings on his part they only serve to highlight the greatness of a fallible man.
The memo lists 102 misdemeanors that will not be prosecuted - including breaking into a car, violating park rules, prostitution, theft of less than $750 in value, writing bad checks, mail theft, driving while suspended and carrying a concealed weapon.
The court ordered the county to institute additional measures to reduce crowding, including: providing counsel within 72 hours of arrest to all persons accused of minor offenses who could not make bail; expanding the authority of Pretrial Services to include supervision of persons arrested for misdemeanor offenses; eliminating any unreasonable factors used to exclude persons charged with felonies from pretrial release; ensuring persons charged with misdemeanors were offered a reasonable bond; and imposing additional restrictions on the length of time a person could remain in jail without accusation or indictment, or accused or indicted but untried.
Scholten now faces two felony charges and three misdemeanors.
The question of criminal jurisdiction over misdemeanors where the defendant is non-Indian remained unanswered until the Supreme Court decided Oliphant v.
More than 6 percent of all men arrested for misdemeanors or felonies--about one in 16 -- suffer from a severe mental disorder upon arriving at jail, Teplin observes in the June AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH.
Ropinder Singh Chadda before the Superior Court of Los Angeles, Van Nuys Division, Case Number 3VN04468, Chadda pled nolo contendere and was found guilty for violating both 23152(a) and 23152(b) of the Vehicle Code, both misdemeanors.
Immigrants convicted of serious crimes are deported under federal law after they serve their prison terms, but sheriff's officials said they do not routinely check the citizenship status of people arrested for misdemeanors.