Misdemeanor refers to a a criminal offense or a crime which is less serious than a Felony. Misdemeanor is one crime that is punishable by incarceration, usually in a local confinement facility, typically for a year or less or a fine. Misdemeanor is a term used in the study of Forensic Psychology.

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