What is a Class D felony penalty in Wisconsin?
Class D felony charges in Wisconsin are serious. They’re some of the most serious charges in Wisconsin. Certain homicide charges are classified as Class D felonies.
A Class D felony carries with it a maximum penalty of 25 years in prison, $100,000.00 in fines, or both (Wis. Stat. sec. 939.50). That 25 year penalty is broken down into 15 years initial confinement and 10 years extended supervision (Wis. Stat. sec. 973.01).
25 years in prison is certainly a lifetime. The significant penalty compels us to provide the same advice for anyone facing a charge of this level: certainly hire a top criminal defense attorney to represent you. Finally, to speak with a criminal defense attorney at Meyer Van Severen, S.C., give us a call at (414) 270-0202 today.
What are Class D felonies in Wisconsin?
There’s a wide variety of Class D felonies in Wisconsin. Below is a list:
How do we defend my Class D felony case?
Sometimes the way we defend a Class D felony is different from how we defend other crimes. For example, a Class A misdemeanor is certainly different than defending a serious felony case.
Firstly, child enticement cases frequently involve statements from alleged-victims. Those victims are children. The government must show the defendant cause the child to go into a secluded vehicle, building, room, or location. Unless there is a third party witness, the child’s credibility is certainly an issue. There are numerous ways to attack a victim’s credibility, including things like a Shiffra Green motion.
Secondly, possession of child pornography cases frequently involves subpoenas and search warrants. Challenging those means of obtaining information could result in a dismissal of the charges against the defendant. The affidavit in support of a search warrant must show that there is probable cause evidence of a crime will be found in the location. Without that probable cause, the cops can’t search. And if they can’t search, they certainly can’t find the illegal materials.
Finally, you always maintain a right to a jury trial. It does not matter what you’re charged with. If you’re innocent of the allegations lodged against you, certainly pursuing to said jury trial may be the route to defending your case.
Finally, contact Meyer Van Severen, S.C. to speak with a criminal defense lawyer
Our criminal defense attorneys certainly believe that the best way to defend a Class E felony is by hiring a top criminal defense attorney. At Meyer Van Severen our entire practice is surely dedicated to defending the rights of individuals charged with crimes. Unquestionably, sometimes those crimes are Class E felonies.
Finally, remember that we answer phones 24/7 at Meyer Van Severen. Call us today at (414) 270-0202 regarding your criminal or drunk driving charges.