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Class B Misdemeanor penalties

What kind of crimes are Class B misdemeanors? Below is a list of various Class B misdemeanors in Wisconsin: Disorderly conduct Possession of alcohol as a minor (2nd or subsequent) Recklessly interfering with a service dog Trespassing in a hospital or medical facility Food stamp fraud Unlawful use of a telephone Unlawful use of a…

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Class A Felony penalties

What are examples of Class A felonies in Wisconsin? Only the most serious charges in Wisconsin qualify as Class A felonies.  Below is the list: First-degree intentional homicide Repeated sexual assault of a child First-degree sexual assault of a child Although this list is indeed short, the legislature deemed these the most serious crimes in…

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Class B Felony penalties

What are the Class B felonies in Wisconsin? Firstly, all crimes in Wisconsin are classified by their maximum penalties.  Class B felonies are no exception.  Below, we’ve provided a list of some Class B felonies in Wisconsin: Second-degree intentional homicide First-degree reckless homicide Repeated sexual assault of the same child Kidnapping First-degree sexual assault of…

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Class C Felony penalties

What crimes are considered Class C felonies? Secondly, all crimes in Wisconsin are classified by their maximum penalties.  This applies to Class C felonies, other misdemeanors, other labelled felonies, and even unclassified crimes.  Below are some of the crimes considered Class C felonies in Wisconsin: Homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle (prior OWI offense)…

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Class D Felony penalties

What are Class D felonies in Wisconsin? There’s a wide variety of Class D felonies in Wisconsin.  Below is a list: Possession of child pornography First-degree reckless injury Homicide while operating while intoxicated Possession with intent to deliver cocaine Possession with intent to deliver heroin Second-degree reckless homicide Manufacture, distribution, or delivery of heroin Manufacture,…

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Class E Felony penalties

What crimes are Class E felonies? All Wisconsin crimes are classified by their penalties.  There are certainly a number of those crimes that qualify as Class E felonies.  Here is a list: Robbery with use or threat of force Reckless child abuse causing great bodily harm Possession with intent to deliver marijuana Possession with intent…

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Class F Felony penalties

Which charges are Class F felonies? Numerous charges in Wisconsin qualify as Class F felonies.  For example, here are a few: Sexual exploitation of a child (if defendant is under 18 at time of offense) Causing a child to view or listen to sexual activity (if victim is under 13) Causing mental harm to a…

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Class G Felony penalties

What are Class G felonies?  Here’s a list of a few common examples: Theft of services Resisting an officer Terrorist threats Second degree recklessly endangering safety Theft between $10,000.00 and $100,000.00 Homicide by negligent handling of a dangerous weapon Homicide by negligent operation of a vehicle Receiving stolen property Possession of methamphetamine paraphernalia Possession with…

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Class H Felony penalties

What are Class H felonies?  Examples of the offenses: A number of crimes in Wisconsin are Class H felonies.  Here’s a list: Strangulation and suffocation Identity theft Bail jumping Theft of services Operating a vehicle without owner’s consent Resisting an officer causing bodily harm Child abuse Theft Impersonating a peace officer Unauthorized use of an…

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Class I Felony penalties

Examples of Class I felonies in Wisconsin: Class I felonies are certainly an interesting breed of offense.  They’re serious enough that the legislature determined prison punishment to be appropriate, but they’re also the lowest level felony offense.  Finally, here’s a list of Class I felonies we frequently defend in Wisconsin: Identity theft Substantial battery Stalking…

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