Examples of offenses considered to be class B misdemeanors include first-offense driving while intoxicated and possession of up to two ounces of marijuana. A class B misdemeanor in Texas is punishable by a fine of up to ... More »

According to the Peveto Law office, a Class B misdemeanor conviction in Texas stays on a person's record forever. If a misdemeanor charge is eligible for deferred adjudication, a charge reduction or pretrial diversion, i... More »

Theft of property worth less than $50 is a Class C misdemeanor in Texas, while personal possession of a quantity of marijuana that does not exceed 2 ounces is a Class B misdemeanor in Texas. Carrying a firearm without a ... More »

Theft of property worth less than $50 is a Class C misdemeanor in Texas, while personal possession of a quantity of marijuana that does not exceed 2 ounces is a Class B misdemeanor in Texas. Carrying a firearm without a ... More »

According to the Utah State Courts, a Class B misdemeanor includes charges of assault, resisting arrest, DUI, reckless driving, possession of marijuana under 1 ounce, drug paraphernalia, shoplifting (under $300), trespas... More »

According to the Peveto Law office, a Class B misdemeanor conviction in Texas stays on a person's record forever. If a misdemeanor charge is eligible for deferred adjudication, a charge reduction or pretrial diversion, i... More »

Minor crimes in the United States include traffic offenses that do not involve any damage or injury, littering, possession of very small amounts of illegal drugs with no intent to sell, fishing or hunting without a licen... More »