Felonies in Wisconsin are crimes punishable by incarceration in state prison.
Wisconsin's lawmakers classify felonies as Class A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, or I.
For a Class E felony, the term of confinement in prison may not exceed 10 years.
973.01(2)(b)6m. 6m. For a Class F felony, the term of confinement in prison may ...
939.50(2) (2) A felony is a Class A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, or I felony when it is so ....
A crime punishable by imprisonment in the Wisconsin state prisons is a felony.
Wisconsin has nine felony categories, with Class A including the most serious
felonies and Class I containing the least serious. Class D felonies include:
Penalties for Class A through Class I felonies in Wisconsin include prison time
and ... Class E felonies are crimes punishable by a prison term of up to 15 years ...
For this article, Wisconsin classifications will be used, with information from other
... Class E felony offenses include battery, burglary and robbery, and carry fines ...
Wisconsin classifies its felony crimes (and misdemeanor crimes) according to the
... Felony Drunk Driving (Fifth or subsequent offense) CLASS E FELONY
Read about Truth In Sentencing & WI felony, misdemeanor & DUI penalties. ...
Penalty for a conviction Class E Felony Offense in Wisconsin: Maximum ...
2011 Wisconsin Code Chapter ... (e) Class E felony. 939.50(1)(f) ... (2) A felony is
a Class A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, or I felony when it is so specified in the statutes.
class E felony; 10-50 g.: class D felony; over 50 g.: class C felony; Sale to minor:
double penalties; Sale within 1000 ft. of school: mandatory 3 yrs. without parole.