Serious Misdemeanor Definition
Serious misdemeanor, is a term defined by the William Van Regenmorter Crime Victim’s Rights Act. The Act includes a wide range of misdemeanor offenses, such as domestic violence and assault, breaking and entering, child abuse in the fourth degree, certain firearm violations, injuring a worker in a work zone, and specific drunk and drugged driving offenses, among other crimes.
Do serious misdemeanors go away?
What’s the difference between a misdemeanor and a serious misdemeanor?
What are the 3 types of misdemeanors?
Can a misdemeanor ever be more serious?
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