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What is a felony?

At English common law a felony was an offense for which conviction resulted in a total forfeiture of lands, goods, or both. The Criminal Law Act 1967 abolished the distinc (MORE)

What is felony larceny?

Felony larceny is stealing something that is worth over a certainof value. In some states that amount is $5,000 and in some it is$10,000. Conviction can often lead to long pri (MORE)

What is a felony DUI?

Typically DUIs are misdemeanors until the third strike. A third DUI offense is known as a felony DUI because it then becomes a felony. Below is an article on felony DUIs. (MORE)

What is a feloni?

Feloni is America's most "controversial" female rapper from Motown, Michigan!. Official Indie Website: www.TrakDiamondRecords.com. Official Myspace Music: www.myspace.com/fe (MORE)

When is a felony crime not a felony?

A felony is different from state to state and in some instances from jurisdiction of the courts. The public often thinks a crime is a felony when in reality it is not. If you (MORE)

What is felonious restraint?

There is no such legal term. It sounds more like phraseology describing an action in which an individual attempted to restrain or stop something, but who used felonious method (MORE)

Why is murder a felony?

A felony is defined as any crime that is punishable by more than one year in prison or by death. The maximum penalty for murder is death (in death penalty states) or life in (MORE)

Is facilitation to a felony a misdemeanor or a felony?

Facilitation of a felony is almost the same as a felony cause you helped the felon commit the crime in any way, shape, or form. It really depends on what the charge was (commi (MORE)