Aggravated Assault, Especially Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Aggravated Burglary,
Carjacking, Robbery, Aggravated Robbery, Murder
Aside from the sentencing itself, a convicted felon also faces additional consequences, including losing their right to vote, difficulty finding jobs, exclusion from obtaining certain licenses, losing the right to purchase and possess firearms and ammunition, and ineligibility to hold public office. Additionally, if a felon is not yet a citizen of the United States, he or she will be subject to deportation once sentencing is complete.
Class A: 13.5- 60 years
Class B: 7.2-30 years
Class C: 2.7-16 years, possibility of probation
Class D: 1.8-12 years, possibility of probation
Class E: .9-6 years, possibility of probation