Several criminal offences are considered fourth degree felonies in Ohio, including grand theft of a motor vehicle, safe-cracking, unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, aggravated assault and certain other types of theft.... More »

Fourth-degree felonies in the state of Ohio include unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, safecracking and grand theft of a motor vehicle, as noted by CriminalDefense Lawyer. Fourth-degree felonies are punishable in Ohio... More »

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Fifth degree felonies are the lowest level of felony crimes recognized by Ohio law. According to Court News Ohio, this category and the immediately preceding fourth degree typically includes drug possession, some theft c... More »

Fourth-degree felonies in the state of Ohio include unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, safecracking and grand theft of a motor vehicle, as noted by CriminalDefense Lawyer. Fourth-degree felonies are punishable in Ohio... More »

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A first-degree misdemeanor in Ohio is regarded as the most serious offense, such as petty theft, driving under suspension, assault, making false reports of child abuse and domestic violence. A person of any age who commi... More »

Misdemeanor offenses include assault, theft, trespassing, vandalism and disorderly conduct. Misdemeanors carry punishment of fines and, in some cases, jail time. Misdemeanors may also be resolved with treatment programs,... More »

The types of crimes considered felonies include rape, arson, assault and murder, Attorneys.com says. Assault includes threatening physical harm or violence with a weapon. Battery occurs when a person inflicts physical ha... More »