What is a Class B Misdemeanor?
Misdemeanor crimes in Texas are divided into three separate categories: class A, class B, and class C. Each has its own distinction and each comes with its own set of penalties. The severity of each class descends with each letter, so class A misdemeanors are the worst, followed by class B, with class C misdemeanors being the least serious offense.
Penalty for Class B Misdemeanor in Texas
The penalty for class B misdemeanors in Texas are as follows:
- Fine of up to $2,000
- Up to 180 days in jail
Texas Class B Misdemeanor Examples
- Driving while intoxicated (DWI), first offense
- Terroristic threat
- Criminal trespass
- Evading arrest on foot
- Child enticement
- False report to a police officer and/or false 911 calls
- Failure to pay child support
- Indecent exposure
- Minor drug possession
Bail for a Class B Misdemeanor
Class B misdemeanors are the middle ground when it comes to being punished by the courts. PCS Bail Bonds has over 25 years of experience handling bail on all sorts of charges. That means we’ve seen countless misdemeanors and know that more often than not, you have a strong chance of receiving bail. With that being the case, we will do what we can to assure you get the best bail service possible.
Trust us at PCS Bail Bonds to help with your class B misdemeanor bail bond. If at all possible, we’ll have you out of jail quickly so you can return home to your family.