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    OREGON FELONY ATTORNEY

    In Oregon the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor is categorized based on the maximum sentence that can be imposed by the Judge. Generally, misdemeanors are punishable by a maximum of one year in jail while felonies are often punished with prison sentences and large fines. Oregon has a complex set of mandatory minimum sentences that I can help you maneuver.

    Felony Classifications

    Felonies are classified according to their severity. They are separated into three different classifications:

    • Class A Felony – Maximum of 20 years in prison
    • Class B Felony – Maximum of 10 years in prison
    • Class C Felony – Maximum of 5 years in prison

    Felony sentences are often times increased or decreased based on several different factors, including: one’s criminal history, whether the crime was a “person crime” and whether the person is a “repeat offender.” I represent clients accused of all felonies, including:

    • Felony DUI
    • Assault and Domestic Violence
    • Crimes
    • Theft and Identity Theft
    • Drug Crimes
    • Measure 11 and Violent Crimes
    • Criminal Mistreat and Child Neglect
    • Manslaughter
    • Murder