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  • 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

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