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What is a Class D felony in Missouri?

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A Class D felony in Missouri includes third-degree domestic assault, resisting arrest, fraud or passing a bad check, as noted by Criminal Defense Lawyer. A person convicted of a Class D felony may spend up to 7 years in prison.

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Class D felonies are the least serious of all felonies in the state of Missouri. Besides a prison sentence, a person convicted of this type of felony may also be fined up to $5,000.

The next step up from a Class D felony in the state of Missouri is a Class C felony. A Class C felony carries with it a maximum of 10 years in prison and includes involuntary manslaughter, statutory rape, possession of a controlled substance and theft.

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