What is a Class A misdemeanor in Missouri?

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In Missouri, a Class A misdemeanour is a crime that may earn the offender a maximum penalty of up to a year in jail and a fine of 1,000 dollars. Examples of crimes that fall under this class are fraud, passing bad cheques, and 3rd degree assault.
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Unlawful activity including theft against property, simple assault, driving under the influence of alcohol, negligent homicide and possession of one to 16 ounces of marijuana are
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Generally, the State has one year from the date of the offense to file misdemeanor charges, but cities may file ordinance violations within five years of the date of offense.
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A person who commits a Class A misdemeanor shall be imprisoned for
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It's a class LSD misdemeanor. Bouncing a cheque isn't a crime, kiting a cheque (pretending to be someone else) or depositing a fake cheque is. $28.33 isn't even enough to make it
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