What is a class D felony in Iowa?
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What is a class D felony in Iowa?

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Pimping and pandering are class D felonies in Iowa. They are punishable by up to 5 years' imprisonment and a fine of up to $7,500.

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In the state of Iowa, felonies are crimes that are punishable by incarceration for periods of two or more years. There are four classes of felonies in Iowa, designated as A, B, C and D. In Iowa, a person commits a class D felony if he or she finds a customer for a prostitute, furnishes a room for the purpose of prostitution or takes or shares any amount of money another person earns by means of prostitution.

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