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What offenses constitute a non-significant misdemeanor?
What offenses constitute a non-significant misdemeanor? For the purposes of this process, a non-significant misdemeanor is an offense that do not fit the criteria below for a significant misdemeanor.
- a misdemeanor (maximum jail is one year or less but more than five days); and
- NOT an offense of domestic violence; sexual abuse or exploitation; burglary; unlawful possession or use of a firearm; drug distribution or trafficking; or, driving under the influence; and
- Custody was 90 days or less.The time in custody does being held solely because a law enforcement agency is honoring a detainer, will not be counted against you.