What does criminal charge M level F mean? And Statute 784.03 1a1? I’m looking at a local sheriffs office website but there is no where to look up a definition of what it means. Thanks in advance.
but what about charge M & level F?

2 Responses to “What does criminal charge M level F mean? ?”

  1. davidmi711 says:

    784.03 Battery; felony battery.–

    (1)(a) The offense of battery occurs when a person:

    1. Actually and intentionally touches or strikes another person against the will of the other


  2. blazin_dank_nugg says:

    784.03 referring to a section and chapter of our U.S laws. Specifically Florida. 784.03 would be referring to a felony battery charge. Hope I could be of help.

    O and the M and F would be referring to a M – Misdemeanor which hold a maximum of one year in jail and F- Felony life

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