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Felony cases in Kentucky can begin in District Court or Circuit Court but all felonies conclude in Circuit Court. Felonies include property crimes (theft; burglary; robbery; receiving stolen property; criminal mischief), violent crimes (assault; murder; capital murder/death penalty cases; homicide; manslaughter; kidnapping) sex crimes/sexual offenses (rape; sexual abuse; unlawful transaction with a minor; child pornography cases including sexting, internet and computer offenses; sexual misconduct; sodomy; incest) drug offenses (possession of a controlled substance, cocaine, prescription pills, meth; drug trafficking including controlled substances, prescription pills, cocaine, marijuana, meth; manufacturing methamphetamine/crystal meth), fourth offense DUI, criminal fraud (credit card fraud; forgery; unlawful possession of a forged instrument; embezzlement) and many other crimes that have a penalty of one year or more in prison.

In Kentucky, felonies fall in one of four categories: A, B, C or D. "A" felonies carry 20 years to life imprisonment. Capital Murder is the only offense in Kentucky that carries a potential death penalty. "B" felonies carry 10 -20 years imprisonment. "C" felonies carry 5-10 years imprisonment. "D" felonies carry 1-5 years imprisonment. Persistent felony offenders (PFO) receive greater penalties.

There is no substitute for experience. Wesley Browne is both experienced and successful in representing individuals charged with Felonies. Call today for your free consultation.

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