What is an F5 felony?

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A F5 felony is a crime that involves violence and warrants a preliminary hearing. The F5 felony carries a jail term of 6 to 18 months and maximum fine of up to 1600 British pounds. F5 is the least serious felony charge.
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This is probably an abbreviation for a "class 5" felony. Exactly what a "class 5" felony means depends on what state you are in. Each state makes their own laws
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The "5" in felony 5 defines the degree of seriousness of the crime that was committed. A felony 5 charge carries potential jail time but is much less serious than a felony
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