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Felony Defendants in Large Urban Counties, 2004 - Statistical Tables

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Table 22. Conviction offense of defendants arrested for a nonviolent offense and subsequently convicted, by most serious arrest charge, 2004

Most serious
arrest charge
Number of
defendants  
Percent of defendants convicted of —
Total felony   Nonviolent felony   Violent  
  felony
Misdemeanor
Total non-violent   Burglary   Larceny/  
theft
Motor
vehicle  
theft
Forgery   Fraud   Drug
trafficking  
Weapons   Driving-  
related
Other  
Burglary 3,124    91 % 90 % 72 % 8 % -- % 2 % 1 % -- % -- % -- % 7 % 1 % 9 %
Larceny/theft 2,900   83   83   1   78   --   --   1   --   --   --   2   --   17  
Motor vehicle theft 1,487   95   95   1   2   79   0   1   1   0   1   10   --   5  
Forgery 1,189   76   76   0   2   0   65   2   0   1   0   7   0   24  
Fraud 1,061   89   89   --   2   --   1   80   --   --   --   3   --   11  
Drug trafficking 5,555   89   89   0   --   --   0   0   76   1   --   12   --   11  
Weapons 1,084   87   86   0   1   0   0   0   1   82   1   2   1   13  
Driving-related 1,308   90   89   0   2   1   0   0   0   0   82   5   1   10  
Note: Data on conviction offense were available for 100% of cases
involving defendants who had been convicted. Detail may not
add to total because of rounding.
--Less than 0.5%.

Source: State Court Processing Statistics (SCPS)
  See also Methodology.
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