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  • An Overview of Felonies in Nevada¬† In Nevada, crimes can fall under one of two categories: misdemeanors or felonies. Felonies are the more serious of the two, because they generally consist of crimes against people rather than crimes against property. Those who are accused of felonies could face lifelong consequences if convicted of one of these crimes. Felony crimes are broken down into four categories based upon severity. These four categories are: *Category A-murder, first degree kidnapping, promoting child pornography and sexual assault *Category B-assault with a deadly weapon, battery with intent to kill *Category C-stalking, violating protective order *Category D-involuntary manslaughter, arson *Category E-gang related activities, child prostitution The various categories of felonies all carry different penalties that can

    Jul 24,
  • Facing Felony Charges? Call Potter Law Offices A felony charge can reduce your chances of landing a new job, change the way that loved ones think and feel about you and even impact the way you live your life. Here at Potter Law Offices, we realize that every situation is different, which is why we offer a customized plan to fighting your felony charge. Felony charges can include: *Theft *Aggravated assault *Sexual crimes The sooner that you call us, the sooner we can get to work on your case. Depending on what happened and the charge that you face, we might decide that a plea bargain is your best choice. For example, if the court charges you with a count

    Apr 13,
  • Felony Charges Felonies are crimes that are punishable by harsh fines and several years in a state or federal prison. They include the most serious types of offenses. Nevada and several states use a classification system that is similar to the United States Code. This system groups felonies from A to E based upon their severity. Category A felonies are the most serious offenses. Examples of these crimes in Nevada are first-degree murder, first degree kidnapping and vehicular homicide. The penalties for these offenses range from death to life in prison with a possibility of parole. Class E felonies in the state include criminal gang recruitment and unlawfully dispensing prescription medications. This felony class carries the lightest felony sentences. Offenses

    Jul 07,

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