The offense of fleeing was upgraded to a 3rd degree felony in 2004. In '94, it was generally a misdemeanor, except that in late 1994 it was upgraded to a felony IF there was a high-speed chase.
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In 1994 Fleeing and Eluding could have been a felony or misdemeanor depending in the facts of the case. Now it is only a felony.
You need to find the 1994 subsection that he was prosecuted under. If it was prosecuted as a misdemeanor then it should not show as a felony.
In 1994 if facts justified it, the charge could have been brought as a felony.
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