It depends on several factors, such as where you are and what the felony is. In my state, it can range from a couple of years in jail to life in prison, depending on what the crime was.
No you can't less you want to go back to Jail with another felony and serve up to three or more years
Yes, especially if the marriage is recent and the husband is going to be in jail for a long time or has committed a felony.
It depends on exactly what you're asking, but in every state in the U.S. you can go to jail for illegal possession of a handgun.
4 years usually, can be up to 6 depending on the level class d felony was committed.
Receive a pardon from the Governor. Generally speaking, a pardon gets a person out of jail, or relieves the person from other punishment, but it does not remove the felony from the persons record.
Huh? JAIL is the punishment for a "jail felony".
The difference between felony and misdemeanor probation is the felony is when a person is sentence to a jail term, but it can be served out of jail. The misdemeanor probation is not given jail time. They serve a probation period.
A felony of any crime is punishable by more than a year in jail. Any burglary is a felony because it is punishable by longer than one year in jail.
Third felony arrest. What is the possible jail time.
What is the maximum jail time and the least jail time someone can get in Virginia for a class 5 and class 6 felony
MONEY and JAIL (mostly)
The jail time that a person receives for felony forgery can vary depending upon the facts of the case and the state in which the crime was committed. For example in New York a person can be sentenced to up to 7 years in prison for felony forgery but in Washington the prison time for forgery is up to 18 months in prison.
A felony is a crime that is serious enough to get a jail sentence of more than one year. Obvious felonies are murder, robbery, and rape.Jack committed a felony when he robbed the bank. The jury convicted the rapist of his felony after a few minutes of deliberation. If you commit a felony you cannot vote or have a gun.
The key word is felony. That automatically means MORE than one year in prison.
It is the lowest felony. Sec. 12.35. STATE JAIL FELONY PUNISHMENT. (a) Except as provided by Subsection (c), an individual adjudged guilty of a state jail felony shall be punished by confinement in a state jail for any term of not more than two years or less than 180 days. (b) In addition to confinement, an individual adjudged guilty of a state jail felony may be punished by a fine not to exceed $10,000.
You will need to consult with a lawyer You cannot legaslly buy a handgun in any state if you have any felony, unless you have had your rights restored. Having your rights restored is something you have to go to an attorney to do, so you would know if that has been done.
He was caught carrying an unregistered handgun.
A Class C Felony does not have a set amount of jail time. The judge will decide how much jail time you will serve depending on what the specific crime was.
Yes because they sentence you there as punishment and anyone that helps them is also a felony
yes only if you go to jail for the felony
Yes. In fact, she could go to jail for a long time, because she's committed a felony (maybe several).
I think it is a prison
yes, yes you can
There is not enough information given in the question to answer. Felony gun charges involved with WHAT offense? Gun possession during the commission of a felony is an ENHANCEMENT to the charge and brings added jail time. That is why it is necessary to know what offense (armed with a gun) was being committed.