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A felony offense is a criminal act committed in violation of the laws of the State of Tennessee. Punishment for a felony offense carries a jail service of a minimum one year in jail, to a maximum of LIFE in prison with possible fines and other penalties attached. Other consequences accompany a felony conviction, including, Continue Reading »
A misdemeanor offense is a criminal act committed in violation of the laws of the state of Tennessee. Punishment for a misdemeanor offense carries a jail service of at a minimum zero days in jail, to a maximum of eleven months and twenty-nine days in jail with a possible fine/loss of driving privileges. Any offense Continue Reading »
Tennessee crimes that may result in jail sentences are classified as either misdemeanor or felony offenses. The penalties and ramifications of each significantly differ. Of the two, felonies are the more serious offense and carry greater penalties than a misdemeanor offense. Tennesseans charged with a criminal offense may distinguish misdemeanors from felonies by the potential Continue Reading »