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Felony Charges

A crime is considered to be a felony if it could result in a prison sentence of one year or more.  Other penalties may also apply, such as probation, conditional discharge, periodic imprisonment, a fine or restitution.

Class 4 Felonies 

A person could be sentenced from 1 to 6 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections depending upon the person's criminal history.  Probation may be an option for the court to consider as an alternative to prison. 

Class 3 Felonies 

A person could be sentenced from 2 to 10 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections depending upon the person's criminal history.  Probation may be an option for the court to consider as an alternative to prison. 

Class 2 Felonies 

A person could be sentenced from 3 to 14 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections depending upon the person's criminal history.  Probation may be an option for the court to consider as an alternative to prison. However, in certain circumstances, the person must be sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections.

Class 1 Felonies 

A person could be sentenced from 4 to 30 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections depending upon the person's criminal history.  Probation may be an option for the court to consider as an alternative to prison. However, in certain circumstances, the person must be sentenced to the Illinois Department of Corrections.

Class X Felonies 

A person could be sentenced from 6 to 60 years in the Illinois Department of Corrections depending upon the person's criminal history.  Probation is not an option for the court to consider as an alternative to prison. 

 

We have extensive experience in litigating, filing motions and negotiating all felony classes.  You need an attorney with experience to navigate the criminal code to make it work to your advantage.  If you have been charged with a misdemeanor or felony, you need an experienced Felony Attorney or Misdemeanor Attorney to fight for your rights.

 


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