TX Felony Charge vs TX Misdemeanor Charge



TX Felony Charge vs TX Misdemeanor Charge

A Texas felony charge is any offense in which a person may be confine in the Texas Department of Correction – Institutional Division or State Jail Facility.  A Class B misdemeanor or Class A misdemeanor offense may result in confinement in the county jail up to 180 days for a Class B misdemeanor and up to one (1) year for a Class A misdemeanor.

Felony Charges vs Misdemeanor Charges [Video]

 

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Texas Felony Charge vs. Misdemeanor Charge
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Texas Felony Charge vs. Misdemeanor Charge
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A misdemeanor is a lessor crime than a felony and are either a Class A, B or C in Texas. The punishment range is from zero to one year.
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TX Felony Charge vs TX Misdemeanor Charge was last modified: July 6th, 2017 by F. Edward Brown


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