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The term felony is used in common law systems for
very serious crimes, whereas misdemeanors are considered to be less serious
offenses. This distinction is principally used in criminal law in the United
States legal system, where the federal government generally considers a crime
punishable by more than five days up to a year in prison to be a misdemeanor,
while considering crimes punishable by greater than a year in prison to be felonies;
crimes of five days or less in prison, or no prison at all, are considered infractions.
In the United States, a felony is intended to be
the higher category of criminal offenses, as distinct from a misdemeanor, which
is intended to be the less serious category of offenses. Crimes commonly considered
to be felonies include, but are not limited to: aggravated assault and/or battery,
arson, burglary, embezzlement, grand theft, treason, espionage, racketeering,
robbery, murder, rape, kidnapping and fraud.
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