Summers, meanwhile, entered an Alford plea to the misdemeanor charge of unlawful imprisonment, receiving a one-year probation.
Similarly opaque is misdemeanor crime 18 U.S.C. 1036—“entry by false pretense.”
Felony with registration as a Mentally Disordered Sex Offender—or a misdemeanor with probation.
Freundel was charged with six counts of voyeurism, a misdemeanor, and has surrendered his passport while awaiting trial.
But, for bigger charges, like a misdemeanor or felony, you can be busted after-the-fact just for tweeting a picture.
Benedict Arnold condemned to be reprimanded by the commander-in-chief, for misdemeanor at Philadelphia.
He certainly was not there for misdemeanor; for he was a "good boy," at least in his own estimation.
They were indeed banished out of Italy by an edict; but it was for a misdemeanor committed by some villains of that nation.
His office was strictly elective, and he could be deposed for misdemeanor.
But this was only a case of misdemeanor, in which he could ask for nothing beyond fine and imprisonment.
A minor crime, punishable by a fine or a light jail term. Common misdemeanors, such as traffic violations, are usually dealt with informally, without a trial. (Compare felony.)