Whatever the Class 6 Felony you are talking about.... it would be the attempt to carry it out, whether you were unsuccessful, or not.
A class four felony, is punishable by up to two years in prison. A class six felony is punishable by up to six months in prison.
Numerous crimes are classified as a class D felony, the sentence is as follows:(5) For a Class D felony, the sentence shall not exceed six (6) years; and
A class A felony is more serious than a class B felony.
Thaat would be a mistake, since Virginia does not HAVE a class 9 felony- only 1 through 6.
What is the maximum jail time and the least jail time someone can get in Virginia for a class 5 and class 6 felony
It depends on the class of the felony; Class A felony: 15 yrs.; Class B felony: 8 yrs.; defrauding state, evading or defeating any tax, fraudulent return: 6 yrs.; Class C or D felony: 4 yrs.; Class E felony: 2 yrs.; others: 3 yrs.
class x felony can be 6-30 and up to life in prison for multiple offenses of the same crime.
In Arizona and other states that categorize crimes by number, a Class 6 felony is the lowest ranking felony offense. The lower the number the less severe the charge.
What is a class 4 felony
What sentence for class h felony
Class g felony in arkansas
In Indiana, a Class D felony is typically a crime that can be seen as either a felony or a misdemeanor, depending on the circumstances. Punishment for a Class D felony can range between 6 months and 3 years in prison, and can cost the offender up to $10,000 in fines.
A person can get between 6 and 15 years of jail time for a class b drug felony. There is no probation awarded for this class of felony.
It depends on what class the felony is. For Class 1 felonies the penalty is death or life in prison and a fine of up to $100,000. For Class 6 felonies the penalty is one to five years in jail.
No such class. Virginia numbers felony classes.
6 to 12 months
A 1st class felony is the more serious; in some states it is known as a "Class A" felony.
In Hawaii it will be set at 3 years. If it is classified as a Class A felony it would be 6 years.
4 years usually, can be up to 6 depending on the level class d felony was committed.
va class o felony
This is the worst felony.
That depends on the jurisdiction. You need to say where you're talking about.