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Cumberland County Felony Defense

Under Pennsylvania law, the most serious crimes are classified as felony offenses. Felonies are broken down into three categories: felonies of the 1st degree, felonies of the 2nd degree, and felonies of the 3rd degree. Felonies of the 3rd degree are the least severe category of felony offense and carry a maximum punishment of up to seven years in prison and up to a $15,000 fine. Felonies of the 2nd degree carry a maximum of ten years in prison and up to a $25,000 fine. Felonies of the 1st degree are the most serious crimes in Pennsylvania and carry a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and up to a $25,000 fine.

According to Pennsylvania law, there is also a category of “ungraded crimes” that are comparable to felonies of the third degree. Although, the maximum punishments for drug distribution and possession with intent to distribute charges vary based on the specific drug. Also, the quantity or weight of the drug. Both are regarded as ungraded felonies. Find out more about drug offenses in Cumberland County Pennsylvania here.


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Cumberland County Felony Defense Attorney Gerard Mangieri can provide the defense you need

In addition to the potential for lengthy jail terms, felonies can also result in the loss of some rights, such as the ability to vote or receive government benefits or the right to own, possess, or use guns. Gerard Mangieri, a criminal defense attorney in Cumberland County, can explain how he can defend your rights during a free appointment.

Felony Defense

Felony defense attorney Gerard Mangieri is an effective trial lawyer who has handled more than 75 criminal jury trials in his career throughout Cumberland County and knows how to present the most compelling defense on your behalf. Schedule your free consultation today!


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