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The term felony, in some common law countries, means a serious crime. The word originates ... "The common law divided participants in a felony into four basic categories: (1) first-degree princ...

Texas Felony Crimes by Class and Sentences | Criminal Law

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A conviction for a first degree felony can result in life imprisonment or five to 99 years' imprisonment, as well as a fine of up to $10,000. Sexual assault against a  ...

Felony Definition, Examples, and Classifications - Legal Dictionary

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Common law and statutes in most states divide felonies into first through fourth degree felonies, each carrying increasing penalties, and are specifically outlined  ...

Utah State Courts - Criminal Penalties

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Classification of Criminal Offenses; Felonies; Misdemeanors. Infractions; How a ... First Degree, Five years to life in prison, Up to $10,000. Second Degree, One ...

PENAL CODE CHAPTER 12. PUNISHMENTS

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12.32. FIRST DEGREE FELONY PUNISHMENT. (a) An individual adjudged guilty of a felony of the first degree shall be punished by imprisonment in the Texas ...

Grading of Crimes

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constitutes a crime. The classes of crime are: (l) Murder of the first degree or of the second degree. (2) Felony of the first degree. (3) Felony of the second degree .

What Is the Penalty for a 1st, 2nd or 3rd-Degree Felony Possession ...

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The author discusses what the penalty is for a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd degree felony possession of a controlled substance.

101 Pa. Code § 15.66. Offenses and penalties.

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(2) A crime is a felony of the first degree if it is murder of the third degree or if it is so designated or if a person convicted thereof may be sentenced to a term of ...

Overview of Florida's Sentencing Policies - Florida's Criminal ...

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Five years for a felony of the third degree; Fifteen years for a felony of the second degree; Thirty years for a felony of the first degree; Life for a life felony.

Lawriter - ORC - 2929.14 Definite prison terms. - Ohio Revised Code

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(1) For a felony of the first degree, the prison term shall be three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, or eleven years. (2) For a felony of the second degree, the  ...

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Florida Felony Crimes by Class and Sentences | Criminal Law

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Capital and life felonies are the most serious crimes in Florida. Capital felonies are punishable by the death penalty. First degree murder is an example of a ...

What is the difference between Felony 1, 2, amd 3 - Avvo.com

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Jul 2, 2010 ... Are you asking about the difference between First, Second, and Third Degree Felonies? A First Degree Felony is punishable by 5 years to 99 ...

Texas First Degree Felony Crime and Consequences

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Apr 17, 2012 ... First Degree Felonies are among the most serious crimes in Texas, second only to capital felonies. Examples of crimes that are considered First ...