There are generally five distinct levels of state felony crimes with the most serious being a Y felony, punishable from ten (10) to forty (40) years in prison or life to the least serious being a D felony, punishable from zero (0) to six (6) years in prison.

Each felony has potentially a fine involved and potential incarceration which is, in most cases, controlled be the Arkansas department of corrections. The end result in any case is difficult to determine, but knowledge of normal ranges and parole eligibility laws is needed to fully advise clients of what is at risk with the goal being to force the state or government to dismiss the charges.

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