What is a Class F felony in Wisconsin?
Class F felony charges are serious. If you’re charged with an offense classified as a Class F felony, you face a maximum penalty of 12.5 years in prison, $25,000.00 in fines, or both (Wis. Stat. sec. 939.50). Considering those penalties, Class F felonies are certainly mid-level felonies. Upon a conviction of a felony of this level, you face a maximum of 7.5 years initial confinement and 5 years extended supervision.
Facing 12.5 years in prison is scary. Any good criminal defense attorney will give you the same advice when facing such a serious charge: hire a serious defense attorney. And hire the very best criminal defense lawyer you can afford. At Van Severen Law Office our entire focus is on criminal defense. We certainly don’t practice family law, or business law, or anything along those lines. We focus 100% of our resources on cases just like yours.
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