Jeffrey A. Haynes, P.A.

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Jeffrey A. Haynes, P.A.

What Are Felony Charges?Felony charges in Florida are defined as criminal charges which are punishable by more than a year of incarceration.  Unlike a misdemeanor charge which carries a potential county jail sentence, a person convicted of a felony can be sentenced to incarceration in the Florida Department of Corrections.

The State of  Florida has several classes of felony charges, which include the following:

Third Degree Felony – Punishable by Maximum of 5 years in State prison

Second Degree Felony – Punishable by Maximum of 15 years in State prison

First Degree Felony – Punishable by Maximum of 30 years in State prison

Capital or Life Felony – Punishable by Maximum of Life Sentence in State prison

Jeffrey Haynes

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