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The term felony, in some common law countries, means a serious crime. The word originates .... In some states, all or most felonies are placed into one of various classes according to their ... Class E (encompassing the least severe felonies) through Classes D, C, B, and A–II up to Class A–I (encompassing the most severe).


Oct 31, 2016 ... A felony is a crime punishable by more than one year in prison.


Under this approach, a class C felony (or a level 3 felony) is the third most ... on the crime charged, enhancements (time added to a base sentence), and any ...


In New York, an offender charged with a violent Class C felony must serve a minimum of 3 ½ years in jail – up from the 1 year minimum in the presumptive ...


Mar 15, 2017 ... If you've been arrested and charged with a crime, its important to know ... What Types of Crimes Are Class C Felonies Under New York Law?


A.W.: Client charged with felony possession of a stolen vehicle. ... High-level Class A, Class B1 or B2, Class C, and Class D felonies include violent crimes such ...


Class C Felonies - A listing of Class C Non Violent Felonies in the New York Penal Law | C Felony | NY Laws.


A class C felony is a relatively less severe criminal charge. Acts that are usually charged as a class C felony include...


Class C felony: any sentence authorized for a Class B felony ... the acts against multiple victims whether or not the defendant was charged is so designated.