Which of the following statements is false regarding the comparison of felonies and misdemeanors?
A. A felony is an offense generally punishable by death or imprisonment in prison, whereas a misdemeanor is generally punishable by a fine.
B. A person convicted of a felony may be barred from certain fields of employment or some professions, whereas a person convicted of a misdemeanor is not.
C. An arrest for a felony or misdemeanor may be made regardless of whether the crime was committed in the officer's presence, as long as the officer had reasonable grounds to believe that the person committed the crime.
D. Distinguishing between a felony and a misdemeanor is sometimes difficult.