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misdemeanor
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To Kill a Mockingbird
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  • In Maycomb County, hunting out of season was a misdemeanor at law, a capital felony in the eyes of the populace.
    p.41.3
  • It was a misdemeanor and it’s in the record, Judge.
    p.262.7

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  • The witnesses saw the assault, and the victim had some marks on her consistent with what they saw. This is a fairly clear-cut case of misdemeanor assault.
    Sean Whitcomb
  • ...we have already made some other arrests on steroid charges. Even though these (new) cases are misdemeanors, we consider them serious and we want our investigation to be thorough.
    Steve Cole

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