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  1. Crimes and Misdemeanors (en Hispanoamérica, Crímenes y pecados; en España, Delitos y faltas) es una película estadounidense de comedia dramática de 1989 escrita y dirigida por Woody Allen. Es protagonizada por Martin Landau , Woody Allen , Anjelica Huston , Alan Alda y Mia Farrow .

  2. Misdemeanors Compared to Other Legal Matters. Misdemeanors are lesser crimes, compared to felonies, which are more serious crimes that carry stiffer penalties. First, let’s look at what distinguishes a crime, such as a misdemeanor, from other legal cases known as “civil” matters:

  3. Here, a class C misdemeanor might max out at 90 days' jail time, class B misdemeanors go up to 180 days in jail, and class A misdemeanors carry the potential for a year in jail. Some states do not classify their misdemeanors—they simply assign a punishment right in the statute that describes or defines the crime.

  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › MisdemeanorMisdemeanor - Wikipedia

    The United States Constitution provides that the President may be impeached and subsequently removed from office if found guilty by Congress for "high crimes and misdemeanors". As used in the Constitution, the term misdemeanor refers broadly to criminal acts as opposed to employing the felony-misdemeanor distinction used in modern criminal codes. [22]

  5. Crimes are generally graded into four categories: felonies, misdemeanors, felony-misdemeanors, and infractions. Often the criminal intent element affects a crime’s grading. Malum in se crimes, murder, for example, are evil in their nature and are generally graded higher than malum prohibitum crimes, which are regulatory, like a failure to pay income taxes.

  6. In Washington, as in most states, misdemeanors are crimes that carry potential jail sentences of less than a year. The state has only two classes of these crimes: The least serious crimes are simply called misdemeanors, while the more serious are classified as gross misdemeanors. Misdemeanors in Washington: Sentences and Examples

  7. The mildest crimes are known as infractions, more serious crimes are known as misdemeanors, and the most serious crimes are known as felonies. The classification of a crime influences both the substance and procedure of a criminal charge, so it's important to understand the differences between the classifications.