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What does "un" mean under charge degree?

Urbana, OH |

on his booking info under charge degree for another theft it say "un"

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  1. Hard to say what that means. Never heard of such a term before. Could just be some type of coding in the jail system, that means something to the jailers, but nothing to do with the charge. It could mean "unclassified." Would need more information to be able to help you with that. Feel free to call my office for further explanation and assistance.

    Attorney Mark A. Deters
    Deters Law LLC
    (937) 224-1100

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  2. Most likely "unclassified" misdemeanor

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