Definition of "wobbler"
  1. A crime that's chargeable either as a minor offense, known as a misdemeanor, or a serious crime, termed a felony, based on its severity and specific circumstances
How to use "wobbler" in a sentence
  1. The prosecutor decided to handle the wobbler case as a misdemeanor because it was a first offense.
  2. Theft under certain circumstances can be treated as a wobbler, with it being a felony or misdemeanor.
  3. The judge had the jurisdiction to consider the wobbler case as either felony or misdemeanor depending on the details.

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