Felony vs. Misdemeanor

A felony is a much more serious charge (and subsequent conviction) than a misdemeanor. Felonies typically carry punishments of at least one year in prison and up to (and including) the death penalty in some states. In practice felons often spend less than a year in jail; it is not unheard of for a felon to either have a suspended prison sentence or be offered rehab instead of incarceration.

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The Wright Firm, L.L.P. explains misdemeanor vs. Felony offenses in Texas.

Felony vs. (gross) misdemeanor in Nevada Law

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Wisconsin billionaire's charges dropped from felony to misdemeanor

A plea deal for a Wisconsin billionaire charged with having sexual contact with a teenage girl. Charges against Curt Johnson, of the S.C. Johnson family, wer…
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