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Crime Seriousness The distribution of charges in the felony and misdemeanor samples are shown in Tables I and 2. ) The misdemeanor charges, of course, were by definition made for crimes that were not considered serious. On the other hand, many of the felony charges pointed to crimes that would be committed only by persons who fit the popular and official conceptions of the dangerous criminal: fourteen burglaries, four armed robberies, twelve assaults, one murder, two rapes, and ten grand thefts.
18 WHO IS ARRESTED? Table I 19 Distribution ofCharges in the Felony Sample ( /00 arrests) Narcotics law violation Burglary Assault Grand theft Autotheft Unarmed robbery Receiving stolen property Armed robbery 30 14 12 10 5 5 5 4 Forgery Rape Murder Fraud Gambling law violation Child molesting Attempted murder Weapons law violation Drunk driving 3 2 l 4 Note: This distribution of charges compares closely with the distribution of arrests nationwide, which indicates that this San Francisco sample is not notably skewed; for a distribution of the major crimes from the records compiled by the Uniform Crime Reports Section of the FBI, see James Eisenstein and Herbert Jacob, Felony Justice, p.
0. M. 's wife's car. They found a similar model car a few blocks away and were breaking into it to steal the part when they were caught by the police. They were both drunk. M. 5. 7 Note: The scores assigned to five acts in the national survey of crime severity, conducted in 1980 by Marvin E. 14 A person disturbs the neighborhood with noisy behavior. 93 A person snatches a handbag containing ten dollars from a victim on the street. 27 A person threatens to harm a victim unless the victim gives him money.
Jail : Managing the Underclass in American Society by John Irwin