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21-6809.Criminal history categories in criminal history scale. The criminal history scale is represented in abbreviated form on the horizontal axis of the sentencing guidelines grids. The relative severity of each criminal history category decreases from left to right on such grids. Criminal history category A is the most serious classification. Criminal history category I is the least serious classification. The criminal history categories in the criminal history scale are:

Criminal

History

Category  Descriptive Criminal History

(A)  The offender's criminal history includes three or more adult convictions or juvenile adjudications, in any combination, for person felonies.

(B)  The offender's criminal history includes two adult convictions or juvenile adjudications, in any combination, for person felonies.

(C)  The offender's criminal history includes one adult conviction or juvenile adjudication for a person felony, and one or more adult conviction or juvenile adjudication for a nonperson felony.

(D)  The offender's criminal history includes one adult conviction or juvenile adjudication for a person felony, but no adult conviction or juvenile adjudications for a nonperson felony.

(E)  The offender's criminal history includes three or more adult convictions or juvenile adjudications for nonperson felonies, but no adult conviction or juvenile adjudication for a person felony.

(F)  The offender's criminal history includes two adult convictions or juvenile adjudications for nonperson felonies, but no adult conviction or juvenile adjudication for a person felony.

(G)  The offender's criminal history includes one adult conviction or juvenile adjudication for a nonperson felony, but no adult conviction or juvenile adjudication for a person felony.

(H)  The offender's criminal history includes two or more adult convictions or juvenile adjudications for nonperson and/or select misdemeanors, and no more than two adult convictions or juvenile adjudications for person misdemeanors, but no adult conviction or juvenile adjudication for either a person or nonperson felony.

(I)  The offender's criminal history includes no prior record; or, one adult conviction or juvenile adjudication for a person, nonperson, or select misdemeanor, but no adult conviction or juvenile adjudication for either a person or nonperson felony.

History: L. 2010, ch. 136, § 290; July 1, 2011.



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