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Next to the charge description there's a charge degree column so if it said something like Charge Descript. Charge Degree BURGLARY..........................F3 or THEFT................................ What would they mean... I'm guessing the F is for a felony because there's also an M1 charge degree which probably stands for Misdemeanor... what do the numbers mean, though? Ah, got it: (1) Eight grades of felonies: First degree felony F1 (most serious offense) Second degree felony F2 Third degree felony F3 Fourth degree felony F4 Fifth degree felony F5 Sixth degree felony F6 Seventh degree felony F7 Eighth degree felony F8 (2) Five grades of misdemeanors: First degree misdemeanor M1 Second degree misdemeanor M2 Third degree misdemeanor M3 Fourth degree misdemeanor M4 Fifth degree misdemeanor M5 (3) One grade of petty misdemeanor: Petty misdemeanor PM (least serious offense)
Debunkifyme Debunkifyme 18-21, F 6 Answers Apr 22, 2010

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Depends on where you are. Varies from county to county, state to state.<br />
Call and ask

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Possibly number of charges on that offence, i.e. 3 burglaries. But I don't know....If you call the jail, they might know.

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Burglary must be higher than theft......?<br />
is the code a link to maximum scentence?

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Maybe the 3 means 3rd degree

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