What is the punishment for a Class 6 felony?
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What are Class 6 felonies in Arizona [infographic]?
A Class 6 felony is the least severe class of felony in the state of Arizona. Convictions generally come with between 4 months and 2 years in prison, though some factors can increase the sentence to up to 6 years.Class 6 felonies may also be charged or treated as misdemeanors.
What is a Class 6 UN-designated felony?
You may use the forms on this page if the following factors apply to your situation :The class six felony conviction is undesignated at the time of this application.Prior to admitting to or being found guilty of this class 6 undesignated felony, you had not been convicted of two felony offenses.The class 6 felony did not involve the intentional or knowing infliction of serious physical injury.
What are the classes of felonies in Arizona?
They include (but are not limited to):Theft of protective native plantsRacing violationsAttempt of a Class 3 felonySolicitation of a Class 2 felonyNegligent homicideUnlawfully obtaining labor or servicesCriminal damage over $10,000Arson