Definition of Misdemeanants

1. Noun. (plural of misdemeanant) ¹



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Definition of Misdemeanants

1. misdemeanant [n] - See also: misdemeanant

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Literary usage of Misdemeanants

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1. The Passing of the County Jail by Stuart Alfred Queen (1920)
"First, as already suggested, misdemeanants are not getting the benefit of a good many innovations in correctional methods. It should be clear from the ..."

2. Municipal Government of the City of New York by Abigail Gunn Baker, Abby H. Ware (1906)
"New York City Reformatory of misdemeanants. But it is the treatment of child prisoners which shows the greatest advance along humane lines. ..."

3. Government of the State of New York: A Description of Its Organization and by New York (State), Dept. of Efficiency and Economy (1915)
"... REFORMATORY FOR misdemeanants (NOT YET LOCATED) Established by chapter 502, Laws of 1912, for the reformation and the educational, industrial and moral ..."

4. Proceedings of the ... Annual Congress of Correction of the American by American Correctional Association (1889)
"I think that a very important point in reforming misdemeanants is to reform the officers who make arrests. It is fair to say—it is certainly more than fair ..."

5. The Social Welfare Forum: Official Proceedings [of The] Annual Meeting by National Conference on Social Welfare, American Social Science Association (1921)
"It is in the misdemeanants' Division that women arrested for sex offenses are ... The Criminal Division and the misdemeanants' Division probation staffs are ..."

6. Report on Crime, Pauperism, and Benevolence in the United States at the by United States Census Office, Frederick Howard Wines (1896)
"As already stated, by misdemeanants are meant only such prisoners as receive sentence to ... The same is true of misdemeanants compared with felons. ..."

7. A Study of Women Delinquents in New York State by Mabel Ruth Fernald, Mary Holmes Stevens Hayes, Almena Dawley, Beardsley Ruml (1920)
"While a comparison of the means alone in Table 53 would suggest that the foreign born misdemeanants TABLE 53 TOTAL NATIVE BORN misdemeanants AND TOTAL ..."

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