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A Class U felony is actually a "unclassified" felony. Certain crimes, such as grand larceny, are termed unclassified felonies. This is because the punishment for ...

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Well, the class O felony does not exist (maybe it is a typo). But, if you tell me what the charges are, I can tell you the punishment. Also, the class ...

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In Virginia, a class U felony is a felony that is unclassified. This type of felony charge is for offenses that don't fall neatly under the first six official felony classes.

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Felony code U is a code given to crimes such as grand larceny shoplifting, and sexual perversion. The u code basically means that while the crime is still a ...

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Aug 22, 2014 ... Virginia attorney Jennifer Raimo explains a class U felony is unclassified. The sentencing range is different from other felonies and can be ...

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Jan 28, 2008 ... What is the name of your state? Virginia Charged with 18.2-103. Class U Felony. I can not find any informaion on Felony U. Does this fall into a ...

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Dec 1, 2006 ... In turn, felonies are classified according to severity as capital, class A, .... $100,000. 21a-277(a). F. U. SALE HLCGN/NARCOTIC (SBS OFF). 0.

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Class U felony is a felony for which punishment is not defined by the standard Virginia felony 1-6 breakdown, but is instead punished by the ...

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In Virginia, felonies are punishable by death or incarceration in state prison. Less serious crimes (misdemeanors) are punishable by up to 12 months in jail.