Legal Question in Criminal Law in Pennsylvania

on a court docket, what does the letters, m, m2 and s mean under the heading grade?

Asked on 12/30/11, 9:44 pm

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Misdemeanor or misdemeanor of the second degree (all crimes are divided into felonies, misdemeanors or summary offenses, but some crimes are further subdivided into degrees os severity, with first degree being more serious and third degree being the least serious).

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Answered on 12/31/11, 12:58 pm

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