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What is the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor? A. A misdemeanor is a major crime. A felony is a minor crime. B. A felony involves several people. A misdemeanor involves one person. C. A
misdemeanor requires a judge and jury. A felony only requires a judge. D. A felony is a major crime. A misdemeanor is a minor crime.
D. A felony is a major crime. A misdemeanor is a minor crime.
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