Misdemeanor Records Search

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  • Class A
  • Class B
  • Class C
  • Class D
Databases Updated on Nov 14, 2019

What Information is Available in Misdemeanor Reports?

Class A

Class A

Discover Misdemeanors punishable with up to $5000 fine and 12 months of incarceration, including DUI/DWI, Resisting Arrest, Vandalism, Perjury, Unlawful Possession Of A Gun, Conspiracy, Burglary, Obscenity, Shoplifting, Violating Restraining Orders and more.

Class B

Class B

Find out aboutHarassments,First-Offense DWI,Indecent Exposure, Minor Drug Possession, Failure to Pay Child Support, False Reports to a Police Officer and other Misdemeanors punishable with up to $2000 fine and 6-9 months of incarceration.

Class C

Class C

Access crimes like Disorderly Behavior, Petty Thefts, Public Intoxication, Leaving a Child in a Car, Criminal Trespassing, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and other Misdemeanors punishable with up to $1000 fine and up to 3 months of incarceration.

Class D

Class D

Check out Misdemeanors punishable with up to $500 fine and up to 1 month of incarceration, such as Stealinga Firearm, Driving While Suspended/Revoked - 1st Offense, Possession of Less than 10 Grams of Marijuana, Minor in Possession and more.

What are Misdemeanor Records?

What are Misdemeanor Records?

Misdemeanor records are documented criminal offenses that are less serious than a felony and more severe than an infraction. What is classified as a misdemeanor depends on the jurisdiction andthese offenses are part of a criminal record. In general,they are punishable by criminal fines and jail sentences of up to one year. The sentence must be served in a local jail facility rather than a high-security prison.

Besides the classified Class A, Class B, Class C, Class D Misdemeanors, which vary from one state to another, many misdemeanors are "unclassified misdemeanors" - littering, gambling, many traffic-related charges - meaningthey do not fit straight into any of the above categories because they’re either new, hard to define or they can have varying penalties.While Felony records are stored in the district or “upper” court, Misdemeanor records are housed with the County Clerk or “lower court.”Conducting an online Misdemeanor Records search can help you quickly and easily accessdigital public records regardless of when or where the crime was committed.

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