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Is an Infraction the Same as a Misdemeanor?
Is an Infraction the Same as a Misdemeanor?

Is an Infraction the Same as a Misdemeanor? In Ohio and all other states in the country, crimes are separated into two categories: felony or misdemeanor. A misdemeanor is always less serious and carries fewer, less severe penalties as a result. In some cases, a person ...

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