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What are Felony Charges
Felony charges are the most serious class of crimes in Florida law and carry the risk of extended jail time. The felony category refers to the severity and not the type of crime. It covers everything from repeated misdemeanor offenses to murder.
Felony carries higher bail than misdemeanors and as such, prosecutors will often oppose bail. Being free on bail while awaiting trial gives you or your loved one a better chance of beating or reducing your charges.
The cost and strictures of bail for a felony charge can seem overwhelming, but with the help of a registered bail bondsman, you’ll find a way to manage. Call The Better Bail today!
Types of Felony Charges and Sentencing
Florida criminal law has five types of felonies:
Third-degree felonies are the least severe and carry potential imprisonment of five years, with a $5000 fine
Second-degree felonies are twice as severe and can result in up to 15 years in prison, with a $10,000 fine
First-degree felonies are sentenced with up to 30 years in prison and a $10,000 fine
Life felonies entail life imprisonment without the possibility of parole or probation and a $15,000 fine
Capital felonies carry the potential of the death penalty, with life imprisonment
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Felony: The Criminal Process
Those charged with felonies are treated as higher security risks than other crimes and need a well-organized criminal defense to increase their chances of success. The priority should be to seek release on bail.
At The Better Bail, we believe that an arrest is not a verdict. If you find yourself in trouble, a bail bondsman should be one of the first people you call. Contact us! We’re here to help.
Second-degree felonies can get bail at as little as $10,000 if the accused is not deemed a flight risk. A third-degree felony charge is likely to receive high bail, as much as a million dollars, while those facing a life or capital felony charge are unlikely to receive bail.
If you or a loved one are facing a third-degree felony charge and do not have a criminal record, a prosecutor may be receptive to a sentence that includes probation and community service. It is possible to reduce a third-degree felony charge to a misdemeanor in a plea, which avoids a criminal record.
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