Definition of Felonies. Meaning of Felonies. Synonyms of Felonies

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- class 1 (life imprisonment). Some felonies remain outside the classification system. New York State classifies felonies by letter, with some classes divided...
- use or threat of physical force. Forcible felonies are defined by statute. Typical examples of forcible felonies include murder, arson, rape, kidnapping...
- all past aggravated felonies (as of 2018, not updated with information from Sessions v. Dimaya): The definition of aggravated felony has significantly expanded...
- felony is a type of crime. Felony may also refer to: Felony (album), an album by Emmure Felony (band), an American band po****r in the 1980s Felony (film)...
- during the commission or attempted commission of one of the felonies under New York's felony murder laws. Murder committed for hire (with the charge applying...
- according to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, considered felonies and thus would require a felony waiver. Occupations requiring high level security clearances...
- Misprision of felony is a form of misprision, and an offence under the common law of England that is no longer active in many common law countries. Where...
- Felony was an American new wave and rock band formed in Los Angeles, California, in the early 1970s by brothers Jeffrey Scott Spry (Lead Vocals), Joseph...
- better known by his stage name Jayo Felony, is an American rapper from southeast San Diego, California. In 1994, Jayo Felony signed to the label owned by Jam...
- crimes are considered felonies. Many US states also employ the same or a similar distinction. The distinction between felonies and misdemeanors has been...