What is Considered a Misdemeanor Crime?

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If You Have Been Arrested For A Misdemeanor and Need Bail, Call Us!

Whenever you post bail, you are making a promise that you will show up in court if you can be trusted to be released from jail. Failure to appear results in warrants out for your arrest. Outstanding warrant services can arise from fleeing law enforcement, not showing up to your scheduled court appearances, or not even knowing you have a warrant! Turning yourself in so you can quickly post your bail and meet with a lawyer is your best option. A lot of times, people have too many unpaid traffic tickets which result in warrants for a misdemeanor. Cut Loose Bail Bonds provides misdemeanor bail bonds in Roseville, CA and other areas around Roseville, CA. To to receive bail for your misdemeanor, call us at 916-663-2245.

Common Misdemeanor Arrests

  • Class A is the most serious misdemeanor offense, for which you can get up to 1 year in prison and a $5,000 fine. Common Class A misdemeanors include: assault, burglary, possession of a controlled substance, illegal possession of a weapon, or DUI. Resisting arrest and violating a restraining order are also considered class A misdemeanors. 
  • Common Class B misdemeanors include: prostitution, criminal mischief such as trespassing or indecent exposure, theft of property less than $500, or grafitti. You can get 6 to 9 months in jail and a $1,000 fine.
  • Common Class C misdemeanors include: fraud, disorderly conduct, falsely reporting someone missing, or leaving a child or animal unattended in a vehicle. Punishments include 3 months in jail and a $1,000 fine.
  • Traffic violations can sometimes be referred to as misdemeanors. Traffic violations often turn into misdemeanors when bodily harm to others becomes involved. These include hit and runs, driving under the influence, reckless driving, or failing to stop and render aid.