Criminal sentences are supposed to be proportionate to the crime. That is, they
should "fit the crime." Therefore, felonies carry harsher sentences than ...
Rev. 5/16. FELONY SENTENCING AFTER. REALIGNMENT. J. RICHARD
COUZENS. Judge of the Superior Court. County of Placer (Ret.) TRICIA A.
For purposes of assigning sentences to each felony offense, many states divide
felonies into subcategories. Others assign sentences on a crime-by-crime basis,
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Felony Sentences in State Courts, 2006 - Statistical Tables (Standard error tables
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victed of a violent felony received the longest prison sentences in 2006,
compared to prop- erty, drug, weapon, and other felonies. • Felony sentences to
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offenses to vote upon completion of sentence and supervision.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a person who is convicted in a court
of the United States of a serious violent felony shall be sentenced to life ...
In more complex criminal cases, such as those involving serious felonies, the
sentencing judge usually receives input from the prosecutor, the defense, and the