What Is a Class D Felony in Kentucky?

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An assault in the first degree or an assault in the second degree if not committed under the influence of an extreme emotional disturbance is an example of a Class D felony In Kentucky. The penalty is a term of imprisonment of at least one year but not more than five years.
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1 to 5 years, just get a good lawyer and that will help alot, ther is sumthing called shock probation ask the D.A about that cuz its up to them on how thay want to do it.
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Although not considered as malicious as Class 1 felonies, Class 2 felonies are still serious offenses. They are often violent in nature, and can be committed against either people
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The state of Kentucky has no statute of Limitations on felonies.Only 2 states in U.S. are this way the other is North Carolina.
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*BeAuTiFuL*? A class D felony in Missouri is a sentence of up to 4 years
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