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If, however, the case is for trial or the Defendant is trying to obtain a better deal, the case may take longer.
A plea deal is where the State asks the Defendant to plead guilty to a lesser crime, or a fewer number of charges, in exchange for the Defendant giving up his or her right to a trial.
Almost all North Carolina Misdemeanor Cases begin in district court.
For some counties, these cases start in ‘Disposition Court,’ while other counties will simply begin misdemeanor cases in regular district court.
Normally, misdemeanor cases will take between 1 and 4 months to resolve depending on how they are handled.
Additionally, the DA will give the Judge the sentencing level of the crime(s) in question as well as the Defendant’s prior criminal record.
These two factors are used by the Judge to determine what range to sentence the Defendant.
All North Carolina Misdemeanors are assigned one of 4 class levels: 1A, 1, 2, or 3.
Class 1A is the most serious misdemeanor crime in North Carolina where a class 3 is the least severe.