Legal Question in Criminal Law in Ohio

CRA and/or CRB means what?

In the municipal court system of Akron Ohio, there is a question as to the meaning of the letters CRA and CRB when they appear upon a document prepared by the Court or by the Clerk of Courts, and I would like to know exactly what they mean. Can you help me?

Asked on 3/26/02, 4:13 pm

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Joseph Jacobs The Jacobs Legal Group
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Re: CRA and/or CRB means what?

CRA means that it's a felony case...

CRB means that it's a misdemeanor case...

TRD means that it's a traffic case

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Answered on 3/27/02, 5:01 pm
Gregg Manes Gregg A. Manes, Esq.
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Re: CRA and/or CRB means what?

The letters refer to the general type of case it is CRA means that the charge is a felony and CRB means that the charge is a misdemeanor.

If you have any questions about the charge give me a call at 330-762-1199.

Gregg Manes

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Answered on 3/31/02, 1:17 pm

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