Class B Felony

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Different crimes are classified in differing levels of severity. The general levels of crimes by increasing severity are misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors and felonies. Within the felony category, there are 3 levels of severity of punishment assigned to those convicted: Class A, Class B and Class C felonies. Anyone charged with a felony, regardless of the class, needs a knowledgeable and aggressive Seattle criminal defense attorney to represent them.

Not only are the consequences of a conviction capable of seriously altering your future, you could be facing extensive prison time if convicted. The maximum prison sentence for a Class B felony conviction is 10 years. In addition to prison time, a fine of up to $20,000 dollars can be imposed upon you. The quality of your defense attorney is the most important factor to affect the final outcome in Class B felony charges. Don't take chances with your future; contact our firm without delay.


There are additional classifications of crimes by degree. The most serious is first degree. First-degree theft is a Class B felony, as are second-degree robbery and second-degree manslaughter. A skilled attorney can often negotiate on your behalf with the prosecution to get charges reduced when it is not possible to get them dismissed.

Our attorneys are experienced in all aspects of criminal law. We have worked as prosecutors as well as defense attorneys and we are now committed to representing those charged with felony crimes. We have extensive trial experience, which is a necessity in your attorney. Whatever the circumstances of your case are, we want to help you. Let us put our experience to work for you.

If you or a loved one has been charged with a Class B felony, contact a Seattle Class B felony lawyer at our firm as soon as you can.

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