Wisconsin classifies a felony as any crime that carries a maximum sentence of one year or more in the Wisconsin State Prison System. There are nine Wisconsin felony classes. These classes are defined by letters ranging from A to I, with A being the most serious and I being the least serious.
Wisconsin felony classes are ranked according to the severity of the crime. Consequently, the punishments are most severe in Class A felony cases and less severe as the classifications move from A to I.
If you are facing felony criminal charges in Wisconsin, contact our team right away to discuss your situation. Time is of the essence in building a strong defense. We offer free consultations to help you obtain the legal advice you need to protect yourself from damaging felony charges.
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