What reasons did the Florida District Court of Appeal give for its conclusion that the common law crime of misprision of a felony should not be judicially made part of Florida substantive criminal law?
A) Misprision was created prior to the existence of professional police officers.
B) American prosecutors had largely rejected misprision because it was not suited to contemporary society.
C) Floridians don’t want people to be criminally prosecuted for choosing to “mind their own business.”
D) All of the above
E) None of the above