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The term felony, in some common law countries, means a serious crime. The word originates ... For example, if a person is sentenced to six months, but the charge can be "up to two years", ...

Wisconsin Felony Crimes by Class and Sentences | Criminal Law


Wisconsin's lawmakers classify felonies as Class A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, or I. ... If you are charged with a crime, the best way to avoid a conviction is to work with a  ...

Wisconsin Legislature: 939.50


940.01 (2) (b) to a charge of 1st-degree murder is not required to satisfy the ... 895.07 (1) (h), requires that the part of the lot or site in question be "devoted to ... 939.50(2) (2) A felony is a Class A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, or I felony when it is so ...

Wisconsin Legislature: 939.51(3)(b)


939.50(2) (2) A felony is a Class A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, or I felony when it is so .... is seeking lifetime supervision for a person who is charged with committing a ...

Classes of Felonies Defined | Enlighten Me


Felony crimes are the most serious of all crimes, and there are different classes ... Class F felonies include sexual exploitation, stalking and theft, and carry a fine ...

Felonies Explained: Types of Felonies and Examples


A.W.: Client charged with felony possession of a stolen vehicle. ... property by false pretenses are low-level Class H or Class I felonies for which a defendant can ...

Class H and I Felonies in District CourtNorth Carolina Criminal Law


Mar 2, 2011 ... A defendant may only enter a plea to a Class H or I felony in district ... pending in district court, the prosecution must charge the defendant by ...

North Carolina Criminal Charges - NC Criminal Sentencing


Felony charges are categorized in classes, with a Class A Felony as the most serious, down to a Class J ... For each prior felony Class H or I conviction, 2 points.

The legal definition of a "felony" in California criminal law


Some crimes may be charged as either a felony or a misdemeanor, in the prosecutor's ... Penal Code 1170(h) PC is a catchall provision for felony sentencing.

18 U.S. Code § 3559 - Sentencing classification of offenses | US ...


life imprisonment, or if the maximum penalty is death, as a Class A felony;. (2). twenty-five ... (H) the term “serious drug offense” means—. (i). an offense that is ...

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North Carolina Felony Class Conviction and Law: Crimes by Felony ...


Class A felonies are the most serious crimes a person can commit, while Class I ... felony: 8 to 31 months; Class H felony: 4 to 25 months; Class I felony: 3 to 12 months ... Once someone commits a crime, prosecutors must file criminal charges  ...

Criminal Charges - Wisconsin Criminal Defense Lawyer


Some offenses, particularly felony charges, may have mandatory minimum penalties under ... Class H, Up to 6 years in prison and fines reaching $10,000.

Structured Sentencing - The North Carolina Court System


Felony Punishment Chart for offenses committed on or after December 1, ...... charged the Commission with, among other things, recommending structures for use ... authorized an active sentence for some low level property offenses (Class H, ...