Types of Utah Misdemeanors:
A misdemeanor is a lower offense than a Utah felony. A misdemeanor can be punished with a county jail term of up to one year and, or a fine. You can not go to prison for a misdemeanor conviction. There are three categories of Utah misdemeanors.
|CLASS||POSSIBLE JAIL TERM||POSSIBLE FINE|
|Class A||No more than 1 year in jail||Not greater than $2,500|
|Class B||No more than 6 months in jail||Not greater than $1,000|
|Class C||No more than 90 days in jail||Not greater than $750|
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