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What does the letters behind a Felony mean?

The letters that follow a felony are the degrees of the felony crime. A felony 6 is the lowest felony with a 1 being the highest.


What does non capital felony mean?

A felony that does not have the possibility of the death sentence as a consequence.


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Yes it can be an then It can't be. By that I mean If you sell this drug you are therefore going to be convicted of a felony< if you get caught with this drug in a non packaged form then its not a felony.


What does a class u felony in Virginia mean?

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If you have felony arrest does that mean I'm a felon?

No, not until you are actually found guilty of a felony charge, are you actually a convicted felon.


Does FECR mean felony in Code of Iowa?

FECR = felony criminal AGCR = aggravated criminal SRCR = serious criminal


What does class of felony mean?

A felony is when you commit a "supposedly small" civil crime and instead of being a charge such as murder, it could be charges of theft or burgulury. A rape is also a felony


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A felony case is called when someone is charged with what the law considers a serious crime. There are three phases of a felony case: Arraignment (the preliminary hearing), the Second Arraignment (felony pre-trial), and Felony Trial (where a jury will hear the case).


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