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Connecticut’s laws punished capital by death or life without the possibility of parole. As of April of 2012, the state of Connecticut discontinued the death penalty. Today, if people convicted of murder with special circumstances in Connecticut will be sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. Each felony in the state is broken down into 4 classes depending how serious each cases may be.
Class A Felonies
Class A felonies are the top most serious crime in Connecticut and is punishable for 10-50 years in prison or in some cases 25 years to life with a fine of up to $20,000. For example, a sexual assault case of a child under 12 is considered in this state to be a class A felony.
Class B Felonies
Class B felonies are the second most serious cases as you can serve up to 40 years in prison with a fine of up to $15,000. For example, if you steal someone’s property with the value being up to $20,000 you will be charged in this state with a class B felony.
Class C Felonies
Class C felonies are punishable up to 1-10 years in prison with an additional fine of up to $10,000. For example, if you misrepresent you age in order to lure a child you are then charged with a class C felony.
Class D Felonies
Class D felonies are the least serious in the state and can be charged with 1-5 years in prison with an addition fine of up to $5,000. For example, if you promote or make profits of prostitution you will be handed a class D felony.
As for each of these examples for felonies of all classes there are many different types of felony examples that you may be charged with. No matter the case we are here to help. Our agents have served well over many cases that have to do with felonies. Many times, the loved ones or families are scared to decide what to do in the time of which he or she is incarcerated. That’s where we step in and assist you with emotional and stressful situations.
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