Hello own property in a POA controlled subdivision in Va. On the current board there are at least two members that by My reading of the law have committed several class 1 misdemeanors. This activity has been ongoing over four years.
1) How Do I hold a POA accountable for its actions?
2) Ho many misdemeanors does it take to make it a felony?
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If an individual commits a misdemeanor, you can contact your local police department and report the crime.
As far as how many misdemeanors does it take to make a felony?
Short Answer: Depends on the misdemeanor.
- A misdemeanor is a crime that is punishible by less than 1 year incarceration.
- A felony is a crime that is punishable by 1 year or more incarceration.
If an individual commits several misdemeanors, he may never actually commit a crime that equals a felony. There are situations, where repeated offenses are elements of a crime which is a felony.
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