What Is a Predicate Felony?

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A predicate felony means a person who is convicted of a current felony charge had earlier already been convicted for another felony. For a person to be considered as a predicate felony offender then he will have had at least another felony charge within a period of ten years.
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In NY, a predicate felon is someone who is convicted of a felony and has a prior felony ...
In NY, a predicate felon is someone who is convicted of a felony and has a prior felony ...
A predicate felon is a person convicted of a felony more than once. This convict has a previous conviction of the same in a span of ten years. A person charged ...
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