is terroristicthreat a class b misdemeanor?
no, reckless endangerment is a first and second (class a and class b) degree misdemeanor in connecticut. see the link below for the law.
a felony is not a misdemeanor, and a misdemeanor is not a felony.
no it is a class b misdemeanor
a class b misdemeanor in new york is for crimes like prostitution, issuing bad checks, ?æand public lewdness. a class b misdemeanor carries fines up to $500.
a class "a" misdemeanor is punishable by imprisonment of up to one year. a class "b" misdemeanor is punishable by imprisonment of up to six months.
a misdemeanor is a lesser crime. it stands below a felony and has three ranks. a, b, and c, with c being the lowest. the punishments allowed for a class b misdemeanor will vary depending on what state you are living in. class b misdemeanor typically follow a fine and several days in jail.
i believe in most states it is a class b misdemeanor.
what is the penalty for a class b misdemeanor for criminal trespass a class b misdemeanor in illinois has a possible penalty of up to 6 months in jail and a fine of up to $1500. for a detailed discussion of illinois misdemeanor law, please see the related link below.
a class a misdemeanor can include incarceration for not more than 1 year with fines up $2,500. a class b misdemeanor can include jail for not more than 6 months with a fine up to $1,000.
it is considered a class b misdemeanor for first offense.
§ 12.22. class b misdemeanor. an individual adjudged guilty of a class b misdemeanor shall be punished by: (1) a fine not to exceed $2,000; (2) confinement in jail for a term not to exceed 180 days; or (3) both such fine and confinement.
a class b misdemeanor is a classification of a crime that is considered to be less serious than a felony, and in the mid-range of offenses charged as misdemeanors. the punishment for a class b misdemeanor is a 1000 dollar fine.
no. not without the express permission of the court.
there are two types of misdemeanors in the state of new york, class a and class b. the punishment for a class b misdemeanor is punishable by three months incarceration, fines up to $500.00, and 1 year probation.
http://blog.austindefense.com/2006/09/articles/class-b-misdemeanor-range-of-punishment-texas-penal-code/ has the answer
the range of punishment for a class b misdemeanor is up to 6 months in jail and/or a fine of up to $500.00
of course i can still become a us citizen if youare convicted of class b misdemeanor. :-)
in illinois, a class b misdemeanor carries up to 6 months in jail and a fine of up to $1500. such things vary by state, as does the meaning of "class b." try searching for "criminal+penalties+your state".
you can only be expunged in texas if it is for a class c misdemeanor. you can also be expunged if you have already received a pardon.
yes, operating a security company without a license in the us is a class b misdemeanor.
harassment charged under subsection a is a class 1 misdemeanor. harassment charged under subsection b is a class 5 felony.
as the classifications work in many states (although possibly not all), a class b misdemeanor is punishable by fine and/or jail time, whereas a class c misdemeanor is punishable by fine only (such as a traffic ticket). also, class c tickets do not typically show up on background checks (except driving record), while a class b misdemeanor will show an arrest and/or conviction.